Account Switching Available on Instagram
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Account Switching Available on Instagram

After testing the feature on both Android and iOS in recent months, Instagram has announced the launch of multi-account support inside the photo-sharing social app.
Now, users can maintain more than one account on the same device, something they have been bemoaning for a while.
With the rise of profiles dedicated to businesses, pets and any number of other things, it was inevitable that Instagram would make it all a bit easier to manage.
According to The Verge, the process is pretty simple. You add new accounts from the settings menu and once that's done, just tap your username at the top of your profile to move between them.
Your profile photo will be placed more prominently throughout the app so that you never lose track of which account is active.
Instagram first tested account switching on Android in November, with iOS following a few months later. As of this week, everyone is getting the new option on both platforms.


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