The popular image sharing platform now has offline support on Android, but it's understandably very limited. As described by Instagram engineer Hendri, users will be able to see view the feed that was previously loaded when they were connected to the internet. It is possible using Read support which let Instagram developers unlock the offline consumption and stores the content in zipped version.
Instagram, the picture-focused network of food photographers and budding models, recently learned a new trick: The ability to work offline. Instagram on Android is getting (already has?) an offline mode.
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There's no word on if and when the offline functionality will work with Stories, as for now they do still need an internet connection to load, nor has an iOS version been confirmed. The next time your phone accesses the internet, Instagram will go back through this history and complete each of those actions. Speaking to TechCrunch, Instagram says it is "exploring" the possibility. The offline mode is available for Android only for now. In fact, the features are already rolling out in certain parts of the world.
It's approach the social network took past year when it released a slimmed-down version of the Facebook app - Facebook Lite for low-powered devices. "Instagram's mission is to help people connect through shared experiences". However, you will be able to view all activities that took place on your Instagram field as soon as you reconnect. Google Play Music uses artificial intelligence to cache music it believes you will like.