VideoInstagram announced a new update on Wednesday, bringing in a sweep of changes that include video straightening, importing and video functionality for Android users who use the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.

The update, known as Instagram 4.1, will now feature new technology that will immediately straighten photos that appear to be crooked. When taking a photo with Instagram’s camera, a “Straighten” icon will appear to level off any potentially crooked images. A slider is also included to rotate and adjust photos.

Prior to the update, video could only be taken through Instagram’s camera. However, Instagram 4.1 allows the user to use any video that they’ve captured from their phone’s camera, regardless of when the video was taken. The user has the ability to trim down what part of the video they’d like to use, as well as square-cropping any of it to fit Instagram’s screen.

Perhaps the most notable update is expansion to Android users on the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Previously, video sharing was only offered to users on the Jelly Bean operating system, appealing to just 40.5 percent of Android’s user base. Android users still lack the ability to stabilize video, unlike Apple counterparts. According to a post on Instagram’s blog, Ice Cream Sandwich compatibility has been the number-one request by the Android user community and 63 percent of the user base will now be able to share videos as a result.

The Facebook-owned service introduced video sharing back in June. The new update is available for download in both the App Store and Google Play.