Instagram silently launches Two video editing Smartphone Apps

To make its main app more efficient, Boomerang and Hyperlapse, two video editing apps of Instagram, have been disconnected from Instagram.

To help Instagram stay on top of other social media and communication apps, they keep working hard to keep up with the times. Many things make Instagram compete with Snapchat and TikTok, like Stories, Reels, and voice calls.

Instagram announced that it would no longer support the IGTV app, which was designed to give users another place to post long-form videos. This made people aware of the change.

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In 2018 the app was released, and the videos kept the same vertical orientation as Instagram videos to stand out from other video platforms.

Because of the IGTV app, TikTok’s popularity rose quickly.

Both Instagram and its users made Reels, a new short-form feature for Instagram that was added to the platform.

TechCrunch reported that Instagram’s video-editing apps Boomerang and Hyperlapse would be removed from app stores on March 1, 2022, as well as its IGTV app.

Just a week ago, Instagram announced that it would shut down the IGTV app. There was no official announcement from the company about the change.

You can use the Boomerang app to make a video that keeps going back and forth. The app was available on both Google Play and the App Store for a time.

With the help of Hyper lapse, you could make time lapses that were as good as or better than those made by standard Smartphone camera apps.

Because it was launched in 2014, it has only been available on the App Store.

It is possible to merge Instagram with its apps.

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