Instagram finally added a new feature that tells you who follows you. So, instead of having to scroll through your followers to check if your friends gave you that follow back, the app will now clearly display it at the top of their profile in the bio section.
Yes, we all wish we could view our Instagram timeline in chronological order again, but we guess beggars can't be choosers. At this time, the new feature is only available to Android users, but it's coming soon to iOS users.
There's no doubt the "follows you" feature will be a game changer, putting your faux followers on blast.
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