The world’s biggest social network has finally opened its APIs to the general public, allowing developers to build their own Instagram app.
It’s an exciting move for the platform, as Instagram is now one of the best-supported social media platforms in the world.
Instagram’s new API makes it possible to build a social network with an Instagram feed and share it with other users, making it a much more attractive platform for developers to target.
Instagram previously offered developers a limited set of APIs to use for Instagram, with the platform letting developers build apps for iOS and Android.
Today, the company has added the ability to add a third API that lets developers build third-party apps.
The Instagram API allows developers to add an Instagram account to an Instagram post, add a new photo, and then share it to other Instagram users.
Instagram says that developers can now build a feed that includes up to 10 photos and 50 posts.
The new API is available to developers on the Android and iOS versions of Instagram, but only on iOS and on Android for iOS.
Developers can also add additional third-parties to their Instagram posts, like photo galleries, videos, and more.
The APIs will be available to users in the app store starting today.
Instagram has been a mainstay of social networks for years, and it has a growing and lucrative user base that includes celebrities and brands from across the globe.
But in recent years, the platform has also become a target for malicious hackers.
Instagram reported a $10 million breach last year that exposed more than 1 million users’ accounts.
The company has also experienced an influx of new data breaches.
Instagram last month announced that it was recalling all of its products from the Android market due to an increased rate of security incidents.
Instagram is still the most popular Instagram app, with over 7 billion users, and over 10 million daily active users.
For more information on the Instagram API, visit the company’s blog.
Instagram will now begin to offer third-Party SDKs for developers, allowing them to integrate the platform’s API directly into their apps.