A new flavor of Instagram has been pushed to devices running under Google’s Android operating system today, bringing along a nice range of enhancements.
The new version of the application, Instagram 3.4.0, brings along support for more languages, the release notes unveil. At the moment, the software is available in 25 languages.
The new app flavor also brought along a new filter, Mayfair, while also providing users with a variety of bug fixes and performance improvements.
Furthermore, the app now provides users with the possibility to easily share their photos to Facebook Pages.
On the downside, it appears that a bug slipped through the development process, and that users might see their photos being listed as public in the application.
Apparently, the issue does not actually affect the privacy of users, but only the displayed status of these photos.
“In Instagram version 3.4.0, there is a known issue where your photo privacy settings will display as OFF even though your photos are actually private if you visit Profile > Settings (Gear icon),” the company explains.
“It is important to note that your photos will actually be private if you have turned privacy ON via this menu. This is only an issue with the display of the switch and we are working on a fix.”
Those users who want to make sure that their photos are indeed kept private should head over to their profile, and go to the Edit Profile option.
“To ensure that your photo privacy settings are correct, visit Profile, then tap the Edit Profile option directly underneath your photo and follower/following counts. Your privacy settings will display accurately here, and you can change your photo privacy from this menu directly,” the company notes.