Good bye and good riddance!
Instagram rolled out an update for its iOS app, announcing that it’s removed auto-sharing of Instagram likes and activity on Facebook.
What does this mean for you? It means you can like whatever you want, whenever you want. You can like Instagram pictures of Chris Gayle surrounded by a bevy of beautiful women.
You can like selfies of all the derrieres and sweaty abs; whatever strange thing that you like can be “liked” without having to worry whether your activity will become common knowledge to all your friends on Facebook.
Formerly, random likes clicked on Instagram from your iPhone would appear on other people’s newsfeed. Now, people didn’t exactly enjoy their likes of Miley Cyrus’s racy selfies or make-up tips. In fact, that is kind of where the attractiveness of Instagram stemmed from: its privacy. This programmed posting took away from the reason people used Instagram in the first place.
Moreover, you didn’t exactly want to keep up with your friend’s Instagram either. It was just too much clutter for anyone’s liking, no pun intended. While there has been no such update for Android, this step is a breath of fresh air for frustrated users who had to calculate their every like.
Here’s a reminder of everything you can like if you belong to the iPhone clan.
Miley Cyrus’s Selfies
It’s Okay To Beliebe