Instagram Video Service for Facebook Users Could Take Video Sharing Ahead

June 22, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you are a Facebook fan, you might be aware that Instagram launched a new video sharing tool for Facebook much to the applause of enthusiasts. Reportedly, it has been built to compete with Vine, the Twitter-based video service.

Going by the words of Kevin Systrom, CEO at Instagram, this new video service for Facebook users would offer the best features of Instagram. Let’s hope he keeps his word.

Going into the details, it becomes clear that the updated version of Instagram for Facebook was already made available for iOS and Android platforms. Although Instagram version 4.0.0 for Facebook looks almost similar to its predecessors, its capture screen, shows a new video camera icon.


The new service lets its users record three to 15-second long videos. Users can also apply filters and can edit these videos. The iOS version of this video app has a Cinema mode so that it can provide more professional looking videos.

Instagram’s video service for Facebook offers built-in sharing support for Instagram, Facebook and Twitter along with Tumblr and Foursquare.

On the other hand, Vine also lets its users share videos on social networks such as Twitter and Facebook. Moreover, latest reports suggest that the developers of Vine are preparing to launch a few more advanced features in the near future.

It seems that social media networks are in a hurry to improve their photography and video features. So, folks, What’s your take on this?

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