Instagram app for iOS - an online photo-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to take pictures, apply digital filters to them, and share them on a variety of social networking services, has just been updated to the latest version of 3.5. The update adds the ability to tag people in photos, along with a couple of changes to bug reporting and privacy settings.
The newly added tagging feature is quite simple to use – after editing the photo, you’ll be able to find a new section called Add People, which allows you to select people displayed in your photo by a simple tap a search bar, allowing you to find the desired contact either by username or real name.
For checking out the photos in which you’ve been tagged, you need to go to your profile and tap the new Photos of You section. Your tagged photos can be added either automatically or manually. For undesired ones, simply tap the photo, then your name, select More Options, then Remove Me from Photo and untag yourself.
Despite the tagging feature, Instagram 3.5 for iOS has a couple more smaller improvements, including Report a Problem feature, which allows users to give Instagram feedback about issues and bugs and repositioned Privacy Settings, which can now be found at the bottom of the Edit Profile section.
The latest version of Instagram for iOS is available in the Apple App Store for free, so go and grab it now, and do not hesitate to share your impressions in the comments below!