9 April 2020

Instagram CEO: no iPad app anytime soon

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You can download the Instagram app on an iPad, but it runs as an enlarged version intended for Apple's smartphones. reports citing foreign media that Instagram turns 10 years old later this year and still doesn't offer an app made specifically for the iPad despite users asking for one repeatedly. It turns out that Instagram, a subsidiary of Facebook, just doesn't feel it has enough people to design a proper version of the app for the world's most popular line of tablets.

Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri offered up the explanation in a Story last week, according to The Verge's Chris Welch. He said an iPad version remains of interest, but there isn't a large enough team and related resources to allocate toward its development.

"We'd like to build an iPad app, but we only have so many people and lots to do, and it hasn't bubbled up as the next best thing to do yet," Mosseri said to his followers.

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