Instagram Stories is a clone of Snapchat Stories

The users on the Instagram only posts the highlights of their life on Instagram, and the application is added to the new feature “Stories” which is similar and everyday content on Snapchat. It works quite exactly like the Snapchat stories, which allows you to post 24 photo and video slideshows that disappear. This Instagram stories will appear at the top of the old feed, and your followers will certainly see them without you needing to build the audience in another application.

This features Instagram Stories will rolling out globally for the iOS and the Android platforms in the coming few weeks.

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The CEO of Instagram Kevin Systrom won’t disagree with you, when he is confronted about the Instagram stories being the replica for the Snapchat stories, we are unexpected, and he admitted that “They deserve all the credit,” but insisted “This is not about who invented something. This is the format and how you take it to a network and put your spin on it.”

Already some people are dedicated to Snapchat stories and might not have the need for the Instagram Stories. But the Instagram screens and the other things are likely to be attractive to use. The users feel very comfortable and able to save and reshare their pictures to Instagram stories with ease.

Now It’s time for the Instagram which is offering in the different way to share with no likes, no comments and with less pressure. The users who are stick to Snapchat and couldn’t able to build the following there can shift and revel in this new playground built within the Instagram.

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CEO Systrom says that “We’re north of 500 million people using the product”. “We can either let the system evolve the way it evolves — I think that’s a great consumption business. But we want to make sure to keep the soul of what made us love it at the beginning and Share whatever I want, when I want, with who I want. The daily use case.”