In the age of Instagram and Snapchat, we all have to make sure that our photos are well lit, and if we’re doing something to make it easier to snap selfies, we should probably be doing it on Instagram and Twitter too.
It’s a topic that’s been buzzing in the news recently, with many Instagram users concerned that the app is becoming more of a selfie-taker than a photo-sharing platform.
Instagram’s decision to remove the ability to take a selfie in its app is certainly not a shock, as it’s the same app that allowed people to post pictures of themselves as a selfie to the site.
The app’s removal is just the latest move in the ongoing battle between Snapchat and Instagram.
In fact, Instagram has been trying to convince users to switch to Snapchat for a long time, and it’s made good progress with the app’s recent updates.
So why is Instagram’s move a bit surprising?
Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t just follow Instagram’s lead: 1.
Instagram is now more of an app than a selfie sharing platform.
We already knew that Instagram is a photo sharing platform, but there’s more to Instagram than just the app.
In addition to the fact that it’s a social media app, Instagram is also a photo management and photo editing platform.
So if Instagram is the selfie app, it’s not surprising that Instagram would want to be more of the photo sharing tool.
But that’s not the only reason Instagram has changed its image-sharing approach.
Snapchat’s photo editing tools are much more powerful.
Snapchat is one of the most popular photo-taking apps around, with more than 40 million active users.
But unlike Instagram, Snapchat’s editing tools aren’t the same as Instagram’s.
Instagram doesn’t have a way to easily delete your photos.
Snapchat allows you to delete photos on your account, but you still have to upload a photo to delete it.
And Instagram does have a feature called Snapcode, which allows you “to quickly remove photos you don