With the above, Instagrammers on iOS get another feature - the @mention sticker - which makes it "even easier to connect with friends" in stories. Now screenshots and a short demo showing the new feature has been shared online thanks to TechCrunch. Systrom did state that there was initial tension over the direction of Instagram, although he is now grateful for how it all turned out. Wanting to get in on the portrait mode phenomenon, they've just released a background-blurring mode they call Focus. People will be able to scan Nametags to follow people. Clearly, this feature isn't for when you're trying to make your followers jealous that you're in Paris or on a tropical vacation.
Of course, Instagram being a Facebook-owned company and all, it's nice to know that they're advanced software can detect yours and your friends faces via their app.
The new tool is being rolled out globally as part of the an app update, the Facebook-owned platform said.
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Owners of the less expensive devices have never had this portrait mode feature in their camera settings, until now.
"When you open the camera, you'll see "Focus" next to "Superzoom" under the record button", Instagram said in a blog post announcing the tool. It's also worth mentioning that Snapchat has already implemented something similar in the form of Snapcodes. Once you switch to Focus mode, you will see a message saying "Find a face", and, once you have a person in the frame, the background will blur out making the person stay in focus. Instagram seems to think that rapid feature development is the best distraction. "You'll soon be able to download a copy of what you've shared on Instagram, including your photos, videos and messages".