Facebook is working on a way for Instagram to work offline on Android.
At a session at Facebook's F8 developer conference on Tuesday, titled "Building Offline Experiences for Instagram," a software engineer described the new offline mode for Android.
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80 percent of Instagram's users are outside of the U.S. — many in emerging markets where the cellular internet can be slower.
"For people in low-bandwidth regions, we’ve begun testing offline experiences that keep the Instagram experience consistent and let people consume and engage with content, even if they don’t have service," the company said in the session's description. Read more... More about F8 Conference , F8 , Facebook , Tech , and Apps And Software