Instagram has finally made its way to Microsoft’s Windows 10 platform, after a beta version of the Facebook–owned app was released for the platform.
It comes two years after Instagram first debuted on the operating system that was then known as Windows Phone. This latest release means you can now share photos on Microsoft’s newest handsets, such as the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL.
However, there are caveats. This is a beta version, which means that it comes with a few bugs that still need ironing out.
Word is these include an inability to share photos or video via other social networks. There are also claims that the app crashes while editing images.
The good news is that this app has the same extensive range of features as the iOS and Android versions, unlike the previous Windows edition. That means taking pictures in–app and video sharing.
You can download the app now via the Windows Store.
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