Based on the leaks that appear, later users of the Instagram desktop application will be able to post photos.
This news came from leaker Alessandro Paluzzi, who said that Instagram is expected to allow users to post photos from the desktop.
In a screenshot shared by the Twitter account @ alex193a on May 14, users will be able to drag and drop images from a computer, crop images, add filters, edit and almost anything else that can be found on mobile devices when uploading photos.
"Instagram is working on the ability to create posts from a desktop website," wrote the leaker.
Paluzzi added that the Instagram desktop feature is currently only being tested internally so not all users can use it.
Unfortunately, this feature does not yet support the ability to take pictures from the camera on the computer directly. The same limitation applies to IGTV videos.
Instagram is currently more focused on the Instagram mobile application which can be downloaded on Android or iOS. However, the desktop web interface may be useful for some users who prefer to view images and videos on a larger screen.
It is still unknown whether Instagram also allows users to upload other types of content, such as Stories or Reels.
Unfortunately, it is not known how long Instagram will open the feature for posting photos from this desktop.
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