Instagram’s standalone Boomerang and Hyperlapse apps are gone from the App Store and Google Play
Instagram seems to have eliminated its standalone Boomerang and Hyperlapse apps from Apple’s App Store and Google Play, as reported by TechCrunch. The removing comes shortly after Instagram’s February twenty eighth announcement that it could cease supporting the IGTV app, and the adjustments point out that Instagram is opting to consolidate a few of its separate choices to deal with the principle Instagram app.
According to Apptopia knowledge shared with TechCrunch, each apps’ final day within the shops was March 1st. In my very own checks of each app shops, I can’t discover them. We’ve requested Instagram for particulars concerning the removals.
The Boomerang app, which was first launched in 2015, created quick, looping movies by taking a burst of pictures that you may put up on Instagram or Facebook. Although the standalone Boomerang app is gone, the function lives on in Instagram Stories, the place it was added in 2016. Hyperlapse, revealed in 2014, enables you to make professional-looking time-lapse movies, but it surely’s unclear if that function will present up some place else inside Instagram.
Instagram’s separate Layout app continues to be out there, although its performance has additionally been baked into Instagram Stories.