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Instagram Beta for Windows 10 Mobile updated live tile changes

Update: Beta name removed from live tile and  Medium live tile shows the word “Instagram” now south of the app icon, compared to no “Instagram” or “Instagram (Beta)” before the update.

Recently launched Instagram beta app for Windows 10 mobile receives new update. The new update doesn’t bring any new features.

There is no change log available in store , so we can assume that this update is juts a big fixing and performance improvement update.

If you notice anything new in this update then please let us know in the comments.

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Thanks Karan & Nil Mustafi for thsi tip!!!!!!

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  • Nil Mustafi

    Changes that I noticed during my 5 minutes of usage after the update:
    1. Medium live tile shows the word “Instagram” now south of the app icon, compared to no “Instagram” or “Instagram (Beta)” before the update.
    2. Scrolling is no more fast. What I mean is if there are 20 pictures that have been loaded and I am at the top of my feed, previously on scrolling fast, it would quickly scroll down but now it scrolls maybe 1 or 2 pictures.
    3. The first time I ran the app after the update, the Instagram bottom menu options were hidden under the navigation bar – the app covered the whole screen. The second and third time, there was a black empty space below the bottom menu bar inside the app and hiding the OS navigation bar doesn’t make the app use the space available at the bottom.
    4. And then there is “performance improvements”!

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