Now you can upload multiple videos, photos on Android

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Instagram is once again delivering new updates to its users, this time, giving the app the ability to upload photos and videos to your Stories more efficiently.

To upload multiple photos and videos simultaneously, go to upload media and you will see a new icon in the top-right corner that looks like the carousel icon you are already familiar with. Users can now add multiple photos or videos to their Story at the same time.

The edit screen will show a preview of all the pictures and videos you've selected on the bottom of the screen and you can even reorder them. The media will be uploaded in the order that a user selects them. The same editing tools like GIFs, texts and stickers will still be available.

Instagram's Stories is now the only of its kind to offer multiple photo and video uploads to Stories, making it but more appealing than Snapchat to regular users. Once the process is completed, you will be provided with a link on the email address you entered.

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Facebook-owned Instagram announced a new update to its Android app, bringing value-added options to the Stories feature. After, tap on "Next" again and you'll be able to share the images with your Stories and or your friends.

These new updates are now rolling out to Android users, with iOS users getting them in the "coming weeks".

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