Instagram now lets you add a soundtrack to your Stories

by Lawrence Cooper June 30, 2018, 2:07
Instagram now lets you add a soundtrack to your Stories

When you tap to add a sticker to a photo or video in Stories, choose the new music icon and pick from a collection of thousands of songs (new ones added every day), which you can search for by name, mood, or genre. You can download Instagram from the App Store for free.

Music In Stories will be available in select countries, with a global rollout to follow in the future.

The selected song would also come with fast-forward and rewind options for users to choose the exact part of the song that fits their story.

Once you select a song, you can preview it to make sure it's the flawless song for your 'gram's story. When you open the camera to actually take the video, all you have to do is hit the music tab under the record button, look for a song and the part you want, and then record the video! The new addition will allow people to add musical clips to the type of content they are already sharing in their stories. It's coming to Android soon. The ability to choose a song before capturing video is now iOS only.

The feature is now available only in a few selected countries and Instagram is working towards launching the feature in more countries.

Stories is one of the most popular feature on Instagram platform and the company recently reached another milestone when it announced that Instagram Stories is being used by more than 400 million users each day across the world.

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