Instagram have just introduced disappearing pics so you can send nudes – bye bye Snapchat
Tysm for this gift
Instagram have just released their latest update which includes sending disappearing pictures and videos, just like Snapchat.
So yes, that does mean we can now send our nudes on Instagram, rather than using one app for our fiyah thirst selfies, and the other for our boob shots.
The update includes similar Snapchat features such as screenshot notifications and replay.
If the viewer screenshots the picture (nude) the sender will be notified their picture (nude) has been saved to the person’s phone. Viewers are also able to replay the pic or video once, like you currently can on Snapchat.
We’re calling it, but the King is dead.
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