The good news is waiting for the Instagram lovers – the popular photo-sharing app is soon to get live video feature. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom has announced in an interview to the Financial Times that Facebook-owned company is planning to bring Live Videos into the photo-sharing app.
At the present time, social media has become one of the famous media among the people and a social key for spreading messages. And this is the main reason companies like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, and others add a lot of features for the users. Last week Mark Zuckerberg announced the company is focusing on video “across our family of apps.” After the success of Facebook now the company focusing on the same feature on Instagram that will help users to share their life moments with their followers.
Live is really exciting for us. I think it can enhance what we’re doing. If I’m trying to strengthen relationships with someone I love, them streaming video to me live would be an amazing way to be closer to them. – Systrom said in the interview.
Whenever Instagram launches a new feature, it can be assumed it will operate in a similar fashion to Facebook through with a similar interface. Along with this, a Russian news site T Journal already published the screenshots of the updated app.
If a user wants to broadcast anything, you just have to go to the camera, click on “Go Insta,” and enjoy it. One bad thing is that the user who already has access to the experimental feature was not able to find out until they will not clicked the icon “Live.”