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Instagram Gets 3 New Filters And Emoji Hashtags

by onJune 3, 2015

Instagram has just announced the addition of its three new filters, not only filters but Instagram has also added Emoji hashtags support. The new filters added in Instagram app are Lark, Reyes, and Juno. The Lark softens reds in favor of blue and green hues to highlight landscape shots while Reyes washes out the image as a whole to create a weathered and vintage feel.

On the other hand, the Juno filter is geared more for portraits. It boost warm tones and whites while adding a slight green tint to cooler colors. It can brighten and enhance your photos in most refined, beautiful ways. Instagram also claims that it will continue to add new filters on its app frequently. The filters which was revealed in December by Instagram were also reported to be most favourable by the users. Now we hope for these new filters will be favourable, too.

Instagram users can now use emoji as hashtags in photos. “Over the past few years, emoji have become part of a universal visual language,” Instagram’s announcement reads. “And just as we share photos and videos, we use emoji to communicate emotions and feelings in ways that anyone can understand, regardless of language or background.”

In addition to the new filters, which brings the total available to users to 23, Instagram also said it now enables using emoji in hashtags. “With emoji hashtags,” Instagram wrote, “you can discover even more by adding them to your own photos and videos, searching them on the Explore page, and tapping on them when you see them in captions.”
This new update will be available in Instagram for iOS version 6.11.0 in Apple’s Play Store and Instagram for Android version 6.20.0 in Google’s Play Store.

Instagram Gets 3 New Filters And Emoji Hashtags

Go and try these exciting new filters and let us know in comments below!

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