Instamoder is relaunching its website and a free account, as part of a move that marks a return to the company’s original ethos.
Instamoder has been around for more than a decade and launched in 2008, but the company has been steadily changing over the past few years as the business has grown.
Since launching in 2014, the company added an Instagram-like service, allowing people to upload photos to the site and share them on social networks.
It has also expanded its offerings, including a free app for iOS, Android and Windows devices.
In 2016, the startup launched a new mobile app, but has since gone quiet.
The app was discontinued in 2018.
Now, Instagram-branded Instamode is launching on iOS and Android with the same Instagram app experience.
Instamodes user interface has also been re-designed.
Instagram-owned Instagram-affiliated Instagram-connected Instamody will now be a free product for Instagram users to use.
It comes with a free one-week trial of Instagram Stories and an additional 30-day free trial of Instagram Stories and Instagram Stories for Instagram Stories.
Users can also upgrade to the premium version of the app with a one-time payment of $19.99.
Instagram users will still be able to purchase the app for $39.99, but they will not be able get a free 30-days trial.
Instabounce.com, Instagram’s own website for its photo sharing platform, has been taken offline.
Instagram is reportedly pulling Instagram-related apps from the Instagram app store, but it will continue to offer a handful of other apps for its social media platform.
Instagram also reportedly plans to discontinue Instagram Stories, Instagram Stories Premium and Instagram Photos.
Instagram announced a new product in 2018 called Instabounce, but no other details were provided.
Instafire.com will now only be available for iPhone users.
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Instacast.com and Instagram-led Instacast-affiliated Instacasting.com are now available to Instagram-followers on iOS.
Instagram will continue offering a curated list of Instacasts and other Instagram-generated content for its platform.
Instagrill.com is now available for iOS.
Instagrill, a social media management and content management platform, was discontinued earlier this year.
Instagram has reportedly been working on an updated version of Instagril that will include new features, including the ability to automatically post videos from Instagram stories and Instagram photos.
Instagram said the updated version would launch this summer.
InstaHacks.com has been discontinued.
Instagram’s social media team has reportedly moved on to other projects.