After a wait of about one and a half years, finally Android users will get to experience the photo sharing capabilities of Instagram and join its unprecedented 27 million registered users. Mobile photography is all set to receive a boost with the launch of the app in the Android platform. With the retina quality display of the new iPad 3 and 4G LTE networks blossoming, the social photo sharing app is in for more.
What is Instagram?
The app now hugely popular in Apple iPhones and iPads, edits photographs to Polaroid style images like in the old times. Instagram was voted the favorite app of 2011 by users of iOS gadgets. It seems that the long wait for the app to come in the Android platform is well worth it- the app, according to Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger, was delayed as the company wanted to focus on quality. He said that the app was not released in Android when it debuted on iPhones as it would be detrimental to innovating as Instagram has. The app is free from iTunes and so will it is at the Android store.
What it does?
Instagram is one of the many photo editing and sharing apps available on the mobile platform whether it is iPhones or Android phones. However, the reason it is well received is that it is easy to share images to social sites like Twitter and Facebook, and the filters available for photo editing and enhancing is admirably precise. The sharing site of Instagram too has been a massive hit. Another reason for the fan frenzy may have been undoubtedly the presence of many celebrities. While waiting for the new app, Android users must be careful not to fall into the clone Android apps does not have a filtering system to scan new apps as the Apple or Windows store.
Category: Gadget Applications