is slowly utilising Facebook’s investment to upgrade its web presence with the launch of the Photo Page
. This features larger images and the ability to like or comment on photos. The app has also been given a touch-up to make it feel more refreshed.
While the Android and iOS offerings have been updated and refined at a steady pace, the web side of things has usually lagged behind. This is a step in the right direction to bring people stuck on desktops in-line with what is available on mobile devices. The update still doesn’t unify all of your Instagram photos together and there is still no discovery or profile element. So it’s a start, but there is still more to do. Third-party app developers will be hoping that this inevitable upgrade will take some time because once a gallery view is available additional apps will see less frequent use.