Instagram update completely changed people's feed and they are furious

Instagram users are furious over new app update

Instagram users are furious over new app update

Since Instagram started its feed had users scroll through vertically like most other social media apps, but that all changed with the new December update to the app.

The brief Instagram update which involved users "swiping" instead of "scrolling" was later revealed to have been a mistake by Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri.

Instagram is a sacred way to pass time and share life updates for many. The new way of navigating the app mirrored the way users move through the popular "stories" feature. The rapper Skepta, who has 1.6 million followers on the Facebook-owned platform, simply posted to Twitter "Instagram".

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All we know is that we're glad things are back to the way they were. The horizontal feed seemingly only affected the main feed while it was active, as user profiles still used the standard scrolling feed.

"That was supposed to be a very small test that went broad by accident". "This was caused by a bug and we quickly rolled it back", an Instagram spokesperson told the site. Only the username and media are visible at first glance - you have to tap it to see the caption, number of likes, and any comments.

Instagram is claiming that their update was accidental this morning.

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So, you're essentially swiping right or left on your bestie's new selfie, or your mom's new cat photo as if it were Tinder.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available. Once they find the Instagram app there and tap it they should choose to uninstall it, according to Android Police.

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