At Facebook’s recent F8 conference, Instagram announced that it’s added offline support for its Android app, so you can browse and create posts even without a connection.
Any posts your phone has already downloaded while connected to Wi-Fi or your mobile data plan will be available to view, comment on, like and save. You’ll also be able to create posts and save drafts. Once you’re back online, your actions will be beamed to the app’s servers. This move confirms the platforms aspiration to be part of it’s users online and offline lives, and get people engaging, sharing, and ultimately spending time on Instagram even when they don’t have internet connection.
Source: The Next Web