Instagram boss admits native iPad app would be nice
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(Pocket-lint) – Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri recently told a fan asking for a native iPad version of the app that this is a good idea. However, he also revealed that it is also unlikely to happen anytime soon.
There are plans to add the ability to post through the Instagram website – some even having trial access to the feature now – but it has always been puzzling that a native iPad app wasn’t available.
It is possible to install the iPhone app on an iPadOS device and publish from there, but it is not ideal. It’s sized for an iPhone screen, so you have to expand it (using the arrow icons at the bottom right of the screen) and it looks awkward.
This is why Mosseri’s question and answer: “It would be nice to do it.”
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Unfortunately, it seems the Facebook-owned brand has other priorities: “But there is a lot to do and not many people, so it hasn’t made it,” he added to his Instagram Stories post in a question and answer session. -answer.
What sweetens the pill somewhat is that soon to be released iOS 15 will add the ability to run iPhone apps in landscape mode. This means you can run it without having to magnify the screen and alongside other apps while multitasking.
Written by Rik Henderson. Originally published on .