During the Facebook F8 developers' conference, Instagram announced that they will be adding an offline mode to help Instagram users still use the app despite connectivity problems. Instagram is testing offline mode in regions with limited bandwidth to make the app more approachable and adapted to the demands of users there. You can compose comments, like and save photos, and follow and unfollow profiles - the app will queue those actions and perform them next time you connect to the internet. Once a connection is re-established, the app will simply sync up all of this data. Or you know, maybe you'll go camping one day and need to get in some fresh, fresh likes. Speaking to TechCrunch, Instagram says it is "exploring" the possibility.
With this support, users will be able to browse through Instagram's preloaded feed and comment on and save posts already downloaded on their phones. 80 percent of the community is outside of the United States, and as our platform grows, Instagram must perform across an increasing variety of devices and networks to keep people connected. This offline capability lets users consume and stay engaged with content irrespective of the connectivity. Users will reportedly be able to see the profiles that they have visited before and old versions of the Explore tab with this support as well.
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Instagram for Android users can expect this feature to begin rolling out immediately.
For now, there is no mention on whether Instagram Stories will work offline or not.