The social app Instagram is the top most preferable application in the current era. The largest photo-sharing app consists of quick video sharing, stories, chat “rooms” with friends and much more with integrated technologies like the marketplace.
Kevin Systrom the Instagram co-founder says in a new podcast interview this week with longtime tech journalist Kara Swisher.
“I think we’ve lost the soul of what made Instagram Instagram,” Systrom said during the latest episode of the On with Kara Swisher podcast, adding that Meta’s incrementally aggressive push to commercialize the app means that Systrom doesn’t think it’s as useful for keeping up with what friends and family are posting anymore. “My biggest regret, I think, at Instagram is how commercial it got.”
Instagram co-founder thinking on the changes
Despite the iOS, privacy changes Instagram’s parent company faces financial pressures at the moment. As a result, the social media empire owned by Mark Zuckerberg has implemented sweeping waves of layoffs in recent weeks.
It seems like Meta is looking familiar with TikTok fiction. The company has added Reels to Instagram. Are you really enjoying the content and the way Instagram is preparing its system?