Good news for avid tweeters who like to upload photos from their Android phones – Twitter just added basic photo editing tools and filters to the official Twitter app for Android.
If you’re getting bored of Instagramming your lunch pictures, you can try to spruce things up a bit by checking out what Snapseed for Android has to offer. It’s free!
The battle for social network champ just became a little more intense today with the rumor that Twitter is working on something that might worry Instagram.
Instagram has finally awakened to the much awaited web profile feature desired by customers. The company has built a simplified web interface for the user profile that it is now available online.
Inkwell or Walden? Hefe or Valencia? Choosing that one perfect filter for a certain picture can become quite the dilemma for Instagram users. One thing that users won’t find to be a problem is finding and following friends and relatives, who all of a sudden add photography to their list of interests. The popular photo sharing service has nabbed 50 million downloads on Google Play.
Nik software, makers of the photo editing software Snapseed, among others, announced today that it had been acquired by Google. What this means for the Snapseed iOS app remains to be seen, but the more interesting question is: what could this mean for Google+?
Not a fan of the Instagram mobile web version as you know it? Apparently Instagram wasn’t either. Instagram has gone back to the drawing board and redesigned its mobile photo page.
Yesterday when we brought you news on Instagram’s newest version, we had no idea what was about to break open. At the time of this writing, Instagram has successfully repaired a serious privacy glitch with the service. The bug apparently was only apparent on the Android version of the app.
Today, everyone’s favorite micro-photoblogging utility (social network, perhaps?) got an upgrade. The newest version, Instagram 3.0, is chock full of features already, but this one focuses on improving the browsing experience, specifically.
The Nexus 7 tablet started shipping only last Friday – and it’s already selling out with certain third-party retailers – and we already have the first Android updated with support for the 7-inch device. Unsurprisingly, it’s Instagram that was updated for the Nexus 7, a popular photo-sharing app that was recently launched on Google Play and that was recently purchased by Facebook for $1 billion. Although, truth be told, the Nexus 7 is not exactly a device to take pictures with, especially since it only comes with a front-facing camera for video chatting – and that’s a 1.2-megapixel camera, not necessarily…