We have no official details to offer, but recent speculation suggests Instagram will be getting some sort of video support. Everyone’s favorite photo-filtered social hub may be set to compete with Vine, or at least offer a similar service. With Skype’s video feature coming out of beta, Instagram has an opportunity to fill a nice niche.
According to information from an online analytics company, Vine has become more popular than Instagram based on total number of media shares on Twitter. What do the numbers say?
t has been exactly a year since Instagram launched their application for Android. It was a complete success the moment it hit the Google Play Store. As a result, the application has grown to boast incredible statistics for its first year.
One of the most popular camera and photo sharing apps for Android is Instagram — downloaded more than a million times in less than a day when it was launched in April last year. Already... a big hit on iOS, Instagram for Android has created a huge ripple among Android users.
Although the app sports simple controls and settings, many users still scratch their heads in wonder as to...
The “Feed” feature gives users the ability to browse through the latest photos of people they follow.
Montaj is a video sharing application that was built to be the Instagram of video sharing. It allows users to make videos in 5 second segments, then put them all together to make a full video that can be shared.
Instagram changed their Terms of Serve awhile back to allow it to sell photos to other companies. This made a lot of people mad and Instagram hopes to fix it today with a new ToS.
When Instagram changed their terms of service, there was talk of a lot of people leaving because of it. The company released stats today denying these rumors.
Got a new Android smartphone? Not sure how to get the best out of it? Fear not, we’re here to help. These are the must-have Android apps that you need to download today.
The second largest social network in the world offered $525 million in cash and stock for the Instagram acquisition back in March, according to Nick Bilton with NY Times.