When Instagram launched the ability to share videos to those who follow you, let’s face it, they basically killed Vine. Now, Instagram is upping the support of video length, from 15 seconds, to an entire 60 seconds (aka 1 minute). That means longer kitty videos, your friends throwing out longer political rants, and probably even longer advertisements.
According to IG, this change will begin rolling out today, and all users should see it within the upcoming months. For those on iOS, they will soon have the ability to create videos from multiple video clips in their gallery, a feature currently unavailable for Android.
There is no guarantee that your account will see support for this feature today, as Instagram is pretty loose on their timeline. However, to ensure you have the best chance at taking advantage of the longer videos, be sure to always run the latest version of the Android app available.
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