In a design face-lift, Instagram is introducing a feature that will make the photos look bigger than they do currently both on desktop and its mobile app.
The most conspicuous modification is the change to the profile pages on the desktop which will begin displaying three large images in each row, rather than the five smaller images it displays right now, reported the Verge.
The grid of cover images will be at the top and there will be no borders and rounded edges. Instead, the app is getting on board with circular profile pictures. The new layout will be present on hashtag pages as well, and similar design updates will be present on the desktop feed and mobile profiles.
Instagram said that the pages are starting to roll out and should be visible to everyone by the end of the week.