Instagram has introduced a search feature to its website as it is slowly transitions away from just being a mobile app.
The function lets you search users, hashtags and locations in the same way you can on the app.
“While Instagram.com is designed to be complementary to the mobile apps, it’s important to the global conversations that happen on Instagram,” an Instagram spokesman said.
“Instagram.com allows you to view Instagram content from anywhere, and brings the web at large into the Instagram community.”
Its website will now also feature landing pages for geotags and hashtags and you can see top posts when you search.
Instagram’s website was started three years ago, but its functionality has been limited. Previously you were only able to browse photos and see who liked them.
The social network has introduced several other changes recently. Last month it included an “Explore” feature to let users find real-time events. A few weeks ago it introduced high-resolution photos.
Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, has more than 300 million monthly active users.