Instagram’s latest update adds some mouth-watering new fluid features, but the one which stands out of the crowd is the ability to change Instagram accounts on-the-go. Yes, the struggle you had to go through previously while switching accounts on Instagram is now gone. I remember the hectic procedure I had to go through while switching from my personal account to my work one. You previously had to log all the way out of one account, then log all the way in to the other, and then follow the same procedure to get back to stock.
With the 7.1.5 update for Android and iOS users now available on their respective marketplaces (Google Play and App Store), you can instantly spruce your version of Instagram by the touch of a single option (Update). Personally, I am glad that Instagram took this problem into consideration, and made a pretty option out of it.
If you’re wondering how you can actually setup your additional accounts, then all you need to do is hop into the Settings option while running the latest version of Instagram, scroll all the way down to have a visual on the option named ‘Add Account’, and then feed in your details. Now, head back to Instagram’s home, and use the little option on the top-left corner to your name to fancy your senses. Select the account you want to switch to, and Voila!
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