Instagram, the popular photo editing-come-sharing app for the iPhone, has been updated to version 1.8.5, which allows users to revisit their 'liked' photos.
In case you’ve never used Instagram before, it basically allows users to spice up their otherwise drab looking images with an array of filters and effects, such as ‘tilt-shift blur’, and share them instantly with the friends and family.
The latest update adds three new, although minor, features to the free-to-download app. You can now look back through photos you’ve previously liked in the ‘Photos you've liked’ section in your profile.
You can also add a link your website in your user profile, which is great if you use Flickr or run a dedicated site for your photography.
Elsewhere there is auto-complete for hashtags, which allow your images to organised and searched through more easily. Some background tweaks have also been made to make the app feel more responsive. Everything else is just as it was before.
We’re huge fans of Instagram at Top10, so highly recommend you give it a spin next time you’re out snapping.