Instagram tests tapping instead of scrolling through posts, first in Explore

The easy way to fast-forward through Stories could get you over Instagram . A screenshot of the user Suprateek Bose shows Instagram "Presenting a new way of moving through the publications: touch through the publications, just like you go through the stories". Within Explore, and a spokesperson provided this statement: "We are always testing ways to improve the Instagram experience and to get closer to the people and things you love." As to whether this can get to the main source, an Instagram spokesperson tells me it's not something I'm thinking about right now.

Instagram already uses an automatic preview feature in the videos section that you might like, and move on to the next video when the last one ends. Previously it offered collections of themed videos about Halloween and the best creators as well. But for photos that are not clear when you've finished seeing them, a quick touch is the closest thing to Instagram that drives you through the posts automatically.

Tap to advance, started by Snapchat, eliminates the need for large keystrokes on your screen tactile That can tire after a while. It also means that users always see the media in full screen instead of having to play with the displacement of the perfect amount to see a full publication. Together, they create a more relaxing browsing experience that can devour hours of a user's time. Instagram does not show ads in Explore, but pressing to move forward can save you thumb resistance to get more information and see the stories where you make money. Although Snapchat is still the favorite of teenagers, Instagram could cater to older people with arthritis with this new method of navigation (no, seriously, swiping can be difficult for some people).

The fact that I tap to move forward is now trying, but Instagram has not yet implemented the digital wellness control panel of its activity that says it was launched two months ago, which leads us to ask ourselves if it really wants us to be more resolved with the use of our social networks.