With Instagram's New Profile Pages, We Bid Adieu to Webstagram

With Instagram's New Profile Pages, We Bid Adieu to Webstagram

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New (Screencap: Webstagram) Today, Instagram announced a new feature called profile pages, a web-friendly way to browse the photo-sharing app. With this news, one of Betabeat’s favorite websites has been rendered obsolete: Webstagram, the backdoor way to view Instagram profiles on the web. Alas, poor Webstagram–we hardly knew ye. Sprung to plug...
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