Today’s New York Times article Legal Zoom is a service that lets you access more than 50 million photos from Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Twitter and other social media sites, allowing you to zoom in on specific images.
The service, however, was a big fail for the photographers who had to sign up, according to a report from The Verge.
The app was launched in October 2018, and was supposed to be a way for people to easily upload and share photos, but it didn’t take off as expected.
The Verge reports that, despite the fact that Legal Zoom was supposed be the new digital photo portal for people looking to share their photos with the world, it was only released a few months later.
In a statement to the paper, a spokesperson for Legal Zoom told the outlet that the company “was not ready to release Legal Zoom to the public before the launch of the Instagram product.
We had to delay the launch due to the launch and regulatory approval of Instagram.
We believe this delay allowed us to fully address our engineering challenges and to deliver a better product for our users.”
While the product was supposed “to provide a better way for photographers to share photos on social media,” it failed to provide the users the option to zoom, according the Verge.
Users of the service reported problems with the app, which included slow connections, a confusing interface and a lack of options to search photos.
Some users reported being unable to view the results of their searches.
As a result, many users are left frustrated by the lack of features and the fact they can’t easily share photos with others on the platform.
Users have also posted a slew of comments to social media stating that they “can’t get a hold of anyone on Instagram to update their info, as it’s all gone through Legal Zoom,” as well as a lack on the Instagram app.
According to The Verge, the company has since launched a beta version of the app.
Users can check out the beta version here.