Does it seem like your social feeds are jammed with your friends’ latest baby video or vacation pictures? Helped by Snapchat and Instagram, image-sharing has increased significantly in the past year, with more than half of Internet users now posting their own pictures and videos online, a new Pew Internet Project report reveals. In Pew’s first read on Snapchat, it found that 9 percent of cell phone owners use the popular app that automatically deletes images and videos after they’ve been viewed, and fully 18 percent use Instagram, the image- and video-sharing app recently bought by Facebook.
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