The social photography app for Android and iOS can support up to five accounts, and you can easily switch among them.
It appears Facebook is continuing to work at getting its Windows 10 Instagram app to parity with its iOS and Android versions. MicrosoftInsider.es reports that some users are now receiving the ability to upload images to Instagram Stories, Instagram’s Snapchat clone, via a new camera icon at the top left of the application. The feature is […]
Instagram has today rolled out an update to its iOS, Android and Windows apps to allow you to bookmark posts for later viewing. more… Filed under: Apple
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It looks like #TeamAndroid is keeping it real #nofilter style Instagram has been on Android for a while, but now Android is on Instagram. The folks from Mountain View have set up a new Instagram account and promise "#AndroidAdventures...Show More Summary
Instagram is now letting users find other people's Stories through its Explore tab. The feature, introduced today for both Android and iOS devices, lets those using the Facebook-owned video and photo app find short 10-second series from...Show More Summary
Last week, Instagram finally introduced compatibility for one of its most-requested features — the option to zoom in on photographs and videos — on both Android and iOS, and now it’s rolling out another update that brings what I believe to be an even more useful feature. Show More Summary
Instagram is rolling out a new feature for that allows users to pinch-to-zoom on photos and videos. We're not sure how useful this will be (given the lower resolution of photos and videos) but it's better than nothing.
A new pinch-to-zoom feature is headed for Instagram, available now for iOS devices. Naturally, Android device owners will need to stay patient, as Instagram states the feature will come for us in the “coming weeks.” Once live, usersShow More Summary
Instagram today announced an update to its app that allows users to zoom in on photos and videos using a standard pinch gesture. The update is available today for iOS, and "in the coming weeks" for Android.
The feature you didn't know you wanted for Instagram has finally arrived: pinch-to-zoom. Surprised it wasn't already there? Don't be. Originally, Instagram didn't support large enough images to warrant enlarging -- but last year, that changed last year when the company bumped its default image size up to 1080 x 1080. Show More Summary
Just for iOS now but coming to Android soon.
Instagram has added the ability to zoom in on photos and videos. Pinch to zoom will be available via an iPhone app update on Wednesday. Support for the Android app will be added in the "coming weeks." Here's a video showing pinch to zoom in action: Starting today, you can pinch to zoom on photos and videos in feed, on profiles and on Explore. Show More Summary
Instagram reached a milestone last week, surpassing 1 billion downloads on Google Play for its Android application.
Instagram is rolling out Event Channels via the Explore tab inside of the Android and iOS apps. With this feature, users can watch video clips and view photos from live events taking place across the world. For example, if a super hot...Show More Summary
Instagram isn't shy about wanting to go toe-to-toe with Snapchat through Stories, and that now includes camera features, too. Updates for both the Android and iOS versions of Instagram let you swipe up and down to zoom while you're recording a video, much as you would in that other social app. Show More Summary
Want to try out the newest features in Snapchat or Instagram before anyone else? If you’re an Android user, you can do exactly that. With support for beta testing built right into the latest version of the Play Store, you can now try out cutting-edge versions of most of your favorite apps long before they’re officially released. Show More Summary
Prisma is a popular application that was originally released for iOs that you could use to apply filters to photos. The application has been released for Android today. Photo filter applications are still tre chic with Instagram leading the pack but thousands of other applications competing for users. Show More Summary
The hits just keep on coming for Prisma. Just over a month after launching on iOS and almost immediately capturing the imagination of the Instagramming masses in the process, AI-fueled photo filtering app is Prisma is now live for all...Show More Summary
If you think that PicsArt, Instagram, and Retrica are of the best apps that let you add superb effects via filters to your photos then think again. And if you think that having a logo of Retrica on your photos makes you look cool, then be prepared to be surprised. Show More Summary