Instagram Introduces Brand New Bolt Photo Messaging App

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Instagram, as you may already know, has become quite the household name in terms of photo sharing. Now it seems like more good news is around the block with the company now officially introducing its new Bolt photo messaging app.

It hasn't been long since Instagram was last rumored to introduce officially a new mobile application that would make sharing of photos even easier than they currently are. And now, true to the rumors, the company has outed the new Bolt app.

Instagram Introduces Brand New Bolt Photo Messaging App

The new Bolt app has been designed to offer users the possibility of taking photos on their smartphones and also send them to their friends with just a single tap.

"Bolt lets you shoot and send photos to your best friends-with one tap. Send both photos and videos as fast as you see them. Bolt is the newest app from the team who brought you Instagram," the official page for the app states.

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Keep up with your closest friends, so they can see the world through your eyes. Add up to 20 Favorites from your phone's contacts and swap unedited photos and videos."

Apart from that, the app comes supporting options for sending videos, while users have the option to select up to 20 Favorites from their contacts and send the content over to the selected few.

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Moreover, according to what Instagram claims, Bolt has the ability to snap and share a photo with a single tap, calling it "wicked fast photo messaging."

But the best part here that will make you the happiest is the fact that the application is very easy to use. It just takes one tap to take a photo or record a video. After that, as soon as you lift your finger, it sends the content.

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