Instagram dispatched ten years prior today: the photograph sharing application initially hit the App Store on October sixth, 2010, a couple of months after the arrival of the iPhone 4.
To observe, Instagram has added an easter egg to the application that lets you change its home screen symbol.
The symbols accessible incorporate the exemplary Polaroid-style camera plans that were utilized for over five years.
There are themed minor departure from the current logo, as well, including Pride rainbow hues and monochrome choices.
The application update likewise incorporates another component: a private guide and chronicle of your accounts from the previous three years.
To get to the new symbols, go to the settings inside the application and do a long swipe down on the screen to uncover some emoticon.
When you've swiped down far enough, the symbols will be opened and you'll see a message from Instagram.
The symbols Easter egg actually seems, by all accounts, to be currently turning out — they have it to take a shot at several phones, yet some don't have it yet.
It seems like the symbols may be accessible during October. Instagram's message peruses "this month we're welcoming you to change your application symbol to your top choice," so don't get excessively connected.