Instagram wants to make it easier for users in emerging markets to use the app, so during the Facebook Developer Conference (F8), the company announced it will be rolling out offline mode.
Screenshots from Android Police show the app providing messages saying you're offline and the actions will be "updated when you're connected".
Instagram engineer Hendri said that users will be able to leave comments, save media, and even unfollow people while offline with the newly introduced support, TechCrunchreports. The mode is primarily aimed at developing countries that often face low or limited data connectivity options.
Facebook said 80 percent of its users are outside the US and many lack access to a stable internet connection. This preloaded content is available on the main Instagram feed, explore tab, your profile and those profiles that have been recently looked at. As per the reports, 600 million users are outside of the United States so that company mainly targeted the users with limited connectivity. It's also good if you know you're heading somewhere without signal, the Underground for example, as you'll still be able to get your Instagram fix. Liking, commenting, saving, following, and unfollowing, all of these can be done while offline then scheduled to apply when you're back online.
Instagram's Snapchat-like Stories feature has also seen significant growth, reportedly even recording more daily active users (200 million) than Snapchat.
While Twitter, Facebook serves it's own objective, Instagram works on its own to a specific set of audience.
That allowed Mitch Moreland - who opened the inning with his third hit of game, a single off loser Tommy Hunter (0-1) - to score. McCutchen hit the first pitch he saw from Eduardo Rodriguez off a billboard above the Monster for his 176th career homer.
That move could be challenged by the Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M Quinn III's office or the Lloyd family. But his death could vacate that conviction, according to attorney Randy Chapman, legal editor for NBC Boston and necn.
Court records show Muhammad also was arrested in Washington state in 2004 after acknowledging he shot a gun outside his apartment. He says he joined the Nation of Islam and in 1995, when he was 17, he attended the Million Man March in D.C.as a lieutenant.
The carrier said it has imposed a cut-off time of 60 minutes before departure for all bookings of flight crews on its own planes. United later said a seat was needed for a commuting crew member, and no one had volunteered to leave the plane.
For Boston , the ending of the game stuck in many a craw, but the Bruins aren't out of this series by any stretch. First, Acciari, who returned from injury, got Boston on the board on a tip-in off a miss by John- Michael Liles .
It'll be all the more hard if Andersen isn't at 100 per cent after exiting Saturday's clincher with an apparent injury. "No space. The Toronto Maple Leafs, at 40-26-15 and 95pts, can alter the playoff seeding when they face Columbus Blue Jackets at 6:00 p.m.
Virgin Trains , London Midland and London Overground services are affected, while the Northern and Victoria Lines were exit only. Affected passengers are being advised to visit nationalrail.co.uk for updates on the situation, or contact train operators.
Another former No. 1 and major champion, Victoria Azarenka, has announced she'll be getting back on tour soon after having a baby. Williams said at a press conference after her win at the 2017 Australian Open in January that it "feels good" to be engaged.
The San Antonio Spurs are one of just two teams that can beat the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 NBA Playoffs . They won even more games than the Cavs, and James Harden might have had the best regular season of any player.
Microsoft believes that the new method is "easier" than two-step verification and much more secure than traditional passwords. Microsoft's war on the password continues with a handy addition to the Microsoft Authenticator app for Android and iOS.
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