Instagram testing new Story-like ‘tap to see next post’ interface for moving through your feed

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    Instagram is testing a major overhaul to how users navigate the application. As reported by TechCrunch today, Instagram is testing a “new way to move through posts” in its mobile app. This would allow users to tap to see the next post, as opposed to scrolling vertically.

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