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Instagram Brings Your Photo Feed to the Web

THOMAS COEX/AFP/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- You no longer have to use your phone to see the latest photos your friends have shared on Instagram.

On Tuesday, Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, announced a Web version of the service. It allows you to view your Instagram feed right through on your laptop, tablet or desktop.

"To make Instagram even more accessible to our growing community, at the end of last year we started to expand to the desktop Web, giving you the ability to see profiles from," Instagram's CEO, Kevin Systrom, wrote on the company blog.

In December Instagram introduced Web profiles, which let you see your profile and some of your most popular images. You can now log in to with your username and password and view your entire feed. It's a lot like what you are used to seeing on your phone: You can like a photo by and leave a comment below.

One thing you can't do is upload a photo to the service from the Web.

"We do not offer the ability to upload from the Web as Instagram is about producing photos on the go, in the real world, in real time," Systrom wrote. "On the other hand, Instagram for the Web is focused on making the browsing experience a fast, simple and enjoyable one."

Facebook acquired Instagram in April 2012 for $1 billion.

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