Instagram cleans up its website to mimic mobile and make photos pop


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Instagram began rolling out a sharper, faster web site on Tuesday that all 300 million-plus users will have access to by the end of this week

Expect a refreshed look more closely resembling Instagram on mobile devices

On profile pages, for example, Instagram ditched the grid of images above the user name. The social network also swapped out square-shaped profile photos for rounded ones and now emphasizes larger images. So instead of serving up rows with five images each, Instagram’s redesigned site will keep each row to three. Read more…

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