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Popular photo-sharing app Instagram has is experimenting a local payments feature on its app. According to a news by a blog, verified the same from a company spokesperson for booking appointments including salons or restaurants. Nowadays, it is live for a restricted set of partners. But in the future, peoples can also “hope direct pays for items like bus tickets by the app”.

The news confirmed the feature only for some peoples in the United States and the United Kingdom. We cannot verify the availability of this feature in India. The collation of this payment feature seems to be in line with its release to combine its peoples with businesses. It had said, “We plan to do more to assist user meaningfully attach with businesses they care about on the app. We’re beginning with more insights on stories, posts stored and multi-post pictures. So that businesses can continue to gain a view on its fans.”

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Snapcash:

The restaurant booking app Resy is giving a payments choice for reserving a table immediately its Instagram Page. Doing it one of the early partners for this programme. However, this features not possible for all the peoples who go and use Resy. Instagram peoples can already shop from business profiles by moving on their website by a pop-out page. Incidentally, the company has rolled out this feature after its hugest competing Snapchat attached its local payments system that it named Snapcash.

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Recently, Instagram parent company Facebook held its yearly F8 conference. Where it published new features that it will roll out on the app. AR camera effects are one of them. Authors will be able to create interactive camera experiences, including world effects and face filters, using AR Studio, for their fans on Instagram. Speaking about the F8 conference, the largest release of that day was Facebook’s entry into dating sphere, where it published that it is going to release its own Tinder rival.