Instagram has received its first set of new filters in over two years. The team has added five new filters to the app, along with other improvements. The new filters are called Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Aden, and Perpetua. These filters will fit in the same space as your usual filters.
When you want to apply a filter on your picture, the filter icons on the bottom now displays a blurred preview of your photo with its effect applied. This gives you a preview of sorts before the filter is applied. There’s also a new manage button at the end of the filter tray. The option allows you to arrange your filters so that you keep the ones that you use most often in front of the row and leave out the ones that you rarely use in the end.
Instagram version 6.4.0 is live in Apple’s App Store, and Instagram for Android version 6.12.0 is also available in the Play Store. Unfortunately, nothing for the Windows Phone users.