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According to a Tweet that Instagram shared this morning:
Yesterday, there was an issue causing the Instagram app to crash on Android devices. We're sorry, and things are resolved! If you're still experiencing problems, try reinstalling or updating your app.— Instagram (@instagram) June 5, 2018
The app appears to be working fine on my end, but as Instagram notes in the above message, uninstalling and reinstalling the app should completely eliminate any crashes if you're still experiencing them.
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