Published: Fri, April 13, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

Instagram Introduces 'Focus' Feature In Its Newest Updated Version

Instagram Introduces 'Focus' Feature In Its Newest Updated Version

Treasured photos and videos can sometimes get lost in their original form, but now there are few ways to easily access the high-resolution originals if they have been posted on the social network. And as proof of that, the company lets you download a copy of everything you ever shared over the platform. Instagram says those with an iPhone SE and above can use the feature and so can users of certain unlisted Android devices.

Instagram today announced two new features it's bringing to its app for iOS and Android.

Man arrested in pregnant Pakistani singer murder case
A drunken guest reportedly made a decision to end her life after she initially refused to stand and dance while she sang. Jatoi, who was allegedly intoxicated, had badgered the victim to comply before he shot her dead.

Data privacy suddenly became the center of the entire buzz following the Cambridge Analytica revelations that involved collecting user data from Facebook with the consent of the users.

Also, it is not clear that whether you will be able to see the downloaded videos and the photos which are in the same resolution and which can be easily be seen and liked. On May 25, new European privacy laws will go into effect that requires apps like Instagram and Facebook to disclose exactly what data they harvest from users and how that data is used. It does not allow you to save images, or download the ones you have already posted. Whether the feature will be limited to download the photos and videos shared through their profile or they would also get the backup of all the stories that they have saved on their profile. So you will be able to delete your Instagram account without deleting your data which includes photos, videos, and messages. According to TechCrunch, data portability will give Instagram users the option to move to a rival image-sharing service.

Shares in Russian companies plummet on USA sanction fears
On the Hong Kong stock market, one of the exchanges where Rusal's shares are listed, it closed 50 percent down at HK$2.34. But the company said it was premature to speculate on the future of an Australian venture of which Rusal is part owner.

"As soon as there's someone in the shot, you'll notice the person stays in focus while the background softly blurs - making sure they stand out in a striking way", Instagram said in a statement.

Gmail for web is about to get a redesign
The left-side column was more like inbox . google .com and the right side was an enlarged version of Gmail. Apart from the new look, the company will also be introducing some new features to the service.

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