Facebook-owned company seeking to solve this problem across platforms Instagram by adding offline mode, and has started to test the features of the application on Android.
It was announced on the Facebook F8 Developer Conference, Instagram says mode works by downloading content through a data connection when you are online and ' save ' this post so that they are available when the application is offline. This preloaded content available on Instagram main, explore the Profiles tab, and which has recently seen.
Offline mode also allows for love photos, comment, save, follows and unfollows. When the data connection is connected again, what has been done on Instagram will be uploaded to the server at time online. Instagram
The application provides a message that says you are offline and the action will be "updated when you connect". This means that posts and comments can be made when browsing application but they will only be uploaded when connecting the internet, either via cellular network or Wi-Fi.
Facebook applications work the same way, and you've probably seen the message "you can still send when offline" when using social networks.
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Currently, Instagram has not allowed to upload images as new posts in offline mode, but there is the potential for this to be added in an upcoming update. There was also no support for Instagram story today, which is probably due to the large amount of data that is used by the feature. Instagram is said to also explore "moving offline mode for iOS devices in the coming months.
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Offline mode in Instagram and Facebook has been specifically developed for the countries where internet access may be limited. Instagram earlier said around 80 percent of its users are outside the U.S. base.
Instagram isn't the only company developing a platform to use less data. In early April, Twitter introduced a new web application called Lite, developed in coordination with Google. It's designed for mobile web and focusing on improvement of the quality of service to areas with limited connectivity.
With Lite, Twitter also introduces web data-saving mode just downloaded pictures and videos if they clicked by the user. A similar mode is available on Instagram.