Instagram just rolled out a new feature called Instagram Focus that ensures your selfies are on lock. The Nametags feature was first unearthed by TechCrunch in its Android APK and now users are posting screenshots with the details of the feature.
Instagram did not immediately respond to PCMag's request for comment, but tells TechCrunch it's now testing this feature.
Without links and resharing, Facebook's Instagram is immune to a lot of the fake news and politics that have made Facebook exhausting.
The Data Protection Bill requires companies to allow its users to easily move their data from one service to another. So if you have an iPhone 6, you will not be able to play with the new feature. You'll then be able to choose from a bunch of different designs. Users are given the option to use their selfie as background emojis. Perhaps they will print the Nametags on their merchandise. Instead of typing username and sending a follow request, you can simply point your stories camera at a Nametag to add them.
Portability could facilitate the rise of legitimate competitors to Instagram, or at least let users back up their content on an image storage app or their own computer. This is also great for brands, businesses and celebrities.
To get this feature on your smartphone, you need to update your Instagram app to the latest version which is version 39.0.
And Twitter also introduced a QR code feature the following year.