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Instagram now lets you publish to multiple accounts at once; Spotify and Google Maps are also updated

Three good updates for widely used apps on the App Store. Let's take a look at what's new?


Instagram app icon

A great addition to the social network that started with photographs and has already expanded its tentacles everywhere: now you can post to feed of two or more accounts at the same time. To do this, simply choose which accounts you want to share that beautiful image on by activating them at the time of publication, as we can see below.

Publishing to multiple Instagram accounts

While this makes things a lot easier, on the other hand we can now see a flurry of equal publications made by people who control multiple accounts. As always, the resource needs to be used sparingly in order not to pollute the feed for exactly that reason, for example, that Instagram does not release the feature repost native.

Asked if the feature was released for Android devices (probably yes, but you never know) and for Stories, Instagram did not comment on the subject.


Spotify app icon - Music & Podcasts

O Spotify largest service streaming The world's music player that has recently gained watchOS compatibility has gained no new features, but is now optimized for the XS Max and XR iPhones, the new iPads Pro, and the Apple Watch Series 4.

that famous "did no more than the obligation", but many companies and developers end up doing not. 😉

Google Maps

Google Maps app icon - Traffic & Food

Finally, if you go Google Assistant and use Google Maps, you'll like the news: It's now built into the app, as the company said.

With just your voice, you can share your ETA with friends and family, reply to text messages, play music and podcasts, search for places along your route, add a new stop and automatically score your message.

On Android, the more complete Google Assistant, as well as SMS, also works with WhatsApp, Messenger, Hangouts, Viber, Telegram, and more.

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