Instagram has announced they’re now allowing users of their photo sharing platform to watch Stories from their mobile website without having to use the native app. You’ll also be able to upload to your Story in the near future, although an exact timeline hasn’t been given.

The company says over 250 million people use Stories each and every day, so it makes sense to see this type of expansion to users who may prefer using the Instagram website to view content. Everyone should see the new feature in the coming weeks, while the coming months will bring mobile web Story uploads.

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  1. […] that’s against the point, since the service is being out-used by Instagram Stories which is now seeing over 250 million active users each day while FB Stories sees… no one. But it looks like this soon could change […]

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  2. […] comes at a time when Instagram says over 250 million people use their alternative to Snapchat every day. The feature may be a blatant ripoff of other […]

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  3. […] platform, so the company was able to add another 100 million in the matter of just five months. Last time we checked, the company also said it had 250 million users using its Stories feature in its apps. It’s […]

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