Instagram seems to be working in a horizontal source, the company has tried it a bit.
The Virgin On December 27, 2018, the messages that were sent to the left or to the right were being changed by users. The experience of the users moved from there to the first time the app was launched is the same.
Instagram is testing a new horizontal horizon: //t.co/IRhruY5HSK pic.twitter.com/hWHJyCJ7Iw
– Virgin (@verge) December 27, 2017
As the article explains recently, "all messages are converted into a giant and giant Istantian story, to move on and move on to a bar at the top, until it continues".
A new feed means that each photo is "focused", when it is in the application, and the comments are more noticeable.
The Virgin Later, he updated his article and reported that Instagram seemed to have returned to its original vertical routing.
The update published by Twitter on Instagram was said to be a bug and "the problem could be resolved quickly and the feed is normal."
As a result, some users have seen a change in how they appear today. We fixed the mistake and the feed becomes normal. Forgive forgiveness of any confusion.
– Instagram (@instagram) December 27, 2017
Recycling He reported that it was a strange "mistake" for Instagram, and it was reported by many users that he had a notification of how to use the new feed.
A lot of people started updating and how quickly he came back.
hey siri, show "backpedaling" pic.twitter.com/UaYdVTWWZ3
– Josh McConnell (@joshmcconnell) December 27, 2017
Update 12/27/2018 12:10 pm: Article updated with information Recycling and Instagram's statement.
Source: The Virgin