Back in January, select Instagram users were given access to Direct Messaging on their desktop as a test. As of today, the photo-sharing app has given all users desktop DM capabilities.
Instagram Direct Messaging FeatureDirect Messaging has become an increasingly popular feature of the phone-based app, allowing users to send and receive instant messages, whether they are sharing Instagram posts with one another or just saying hello. Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, represents one of three major instant messaging options offered by the parent company: Instagram-Direct Message, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp. Houseparty and other Apps to have also improved their game to remain competitive in the business of Connect with Friends.
Why Instagram had been reluctantInstagram had been reluctant over the years to make too many of its features accessible from a desktop computer. Designed for smartphones, the social media giant only allowed users to view and like photos from a desktop computer, reserving its other features, like editing and posting images and sending DMs, exclusively for its mobile app. 8 easy steps to install Whatsapp Web on computers Instagram tweeted the news on Friday morning, writing, “Now you can get and send Instagram Direct messages on desktop, no matter where you are in the world.” And though the planet is facing unprecedented separation induced by the pandemic, the app has just made the world feel a little closer. While this is improving their market share as a tech company, other competitors like Microsoft is shuttering Mixer, by partnering with Facebook
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