Once you've selected a song, a slider tool lets you choose exactly which part of the track you want to play during your Story.
There's those cool filters, your location, emojis and more to put in your story...well, now, it looks like there's one more thing to add to the list: music.
The music feature on the app is now only available for IOS, but a version for the Android will be coming soon. If you're into Instagram Stories, you'll now be able to add music to them if you own an iOS device.
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Once you select a song, you can preview it to make sure it's the ideal song for your 'gram's story. The feature users can now add music on to their photo or video stories directly from the app. Before starting to record a video, users can swipe the new "Music" option on the camera screen right under the record button.
Viewers would be able to see a sticker showing the song title and artist name, while watching a "Story". What's more? You can search out a song and artist of your choice, or you can look through the selection of songs by choosing the genre, what's most popular, and what you're feeling. Additionally, the option to choose a song before capturing video is now only available on iOS platform, with Android rollout expected soon. The almost two-year-old feature now boasts 400 million daily users, the company announced on Thursday. However, that feature is only available for iOS users at the moment.
The feature is now available only in a few selected countries and Instagram is working towards launching the feature in more countries.