instagram for android

  Instagram is a photo filter and sharing app that allows you to change the look and feel of a picture taken on your smartphone and share it with your friends. Customizations include changing the colors, mood, borders, and tonality of the photo, which you can post for all to see on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, or FourSquare. The makers of Instagram also promise Flickr support to come soon. The wildly popular photo filter app, which has thus far been an iOS exclusive, is now available for Android. First presented at SXSW in Austin, Texas, Instagram has certainly taken its time…

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Instagram coming to Android is bound to be the newest craze in the Android app world, with fans of the image sharing service finally having something to look forward to. After announcing the upcoming Android app at SXSW a couple of weeks ago, the Instagram team opened up a snazzy sign-up page, where you can leave your email to get notified about the new app, as soon as it’s available. With all the buzz, will Instagram on Android reach the level of popularity it enjoys on iOS? This is something that only time will tell. What we know for sure is that Instagram has over…

instagram android

Instagram, the insanely popular photo filtering & sharing app designated by Apple as the “iOS App of the year 2011” will soon also be available on Android smartphones, according to an announcement made at South by Southwest on Sunday by Instagram Co-Founder Kevin Systrom. According to Systrom: “In some ways, it’s better than our iOS app. It’s crazy”. I honestly believe (and hope) that there won’t be any big differences between the iOS and the Android versions of the app, but I guess we’ll have to wait for Instagram to be released on Android to know for sure. Although no…

Android instagram

There will be a time where you will feel envious of iPhone users posting pictures they’ve taken with Instagram, an iOS app that allows users to take pictures, apply the filter of their choice, and share it to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. If you are a die-hard Android fan, you’ll know that there’s no Android version of the said app but the good news is, there are alternative apps that you could download for your Android Device.

Google+-Built-In-Photo-Editor

Google+ is leveling up with Apple by adding controls similar to that of Instagram to its photo section, including basic editing tools and filters. Since Google+ shares photos using Picasa, any edits using the program will be reflected on the site.  Google has  just made photo editing within the site a whole  lot easier. Unfortunately, the controls can only be accessed in the desktop version by clicking the edit button. In full screen view, you can start editing photos by selecting the ‘Creative Kit’ option, so that you will be directed to an editor powered by PicNik. From this page,…

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Sincerely, the team behind the “-agram” apps, is now after Android users. Finally. Postagram for Android is at last now available for download in the Android marketplace. However, as the mother app for Postagram, Instagram, is not yet even available for Android, the Android version comes with a twist. If for iPhone users, Postagram creates postcards using photos uploaded by the user in Instagram, for the Android version, the images from Facebook and from the Android device itself will suffice, and voilĂ , you can now send your postcards to other users via snail mail. The Facebook connection is not even…