Instagram has introduced a new featured called "emoji hashtags" that allows you to use Emojis in your hashtags, as well as three new filters for you to sink your teeth into.
Instagram released three new filter options for iOS and Android on Monday. Even more exciting is that the photo editing and sharing app will now support emojis in hashtags. Huge news. The changes are happening on Monday, according to Instagram's blog post. Show More Summary
Instagram announced this morning that a new update for both Android and iOS will bring three new filters, as well as a new take on hashtags, ones that include emoji. With the new filters – Lark, Reyes and Juno – you get what Instagram...Show More Summary
Instagram today updated its Android and iOS apps with several new filters and support for emoji hashtags. The new filters are called Lark, Reyes, and Juno and join five filters Instagram added in December. According to Instagram, Lark desaturates reds and enhances blues and greens to improve landscapes. Show More Summary
Now you can get a bit more creative with your Instagram photos thanks to two new creative tools: Color and Fade. The feature is available now for Android users, and will be headed to iOS in a few days... Continue Reading Instagram adds...Show More Summary
The Instagram app for Android received an update this morning, bringing with it two new sliders for your photo editing pleasure. Surprisingly, these two sliders are currently available only for Android users, as Instagram states these changes will come to iOS in the near future. The two added sliders are for Fade and Color. Show More Summary
Well, I’ll be… Never thought I’d see the day an app update would hit Android users before those on iOS, especially an app as big as Instagram. I have to admit… it feels kinda good. In any case, an update to Instagram — available now on Android and coming soon to iOS — is bringing […]
Instagram has a couple of new photo editing tools available in its mobile applications, out today on Android and coming soon to iOS: Color and Fade. Color lets you adjust the tone of both the highlights and shadows of your pics, adding a different cast to light for moody effects. Show More Summary
The new tools augment a set of five additional filters Instagram introduced in December.
From Instagram and Hyperlapse to, more recently, an embeddable video player, Facebook has slowly woven video sharing into many of its products and services But Facebook's new app called Riff, released for iOS and Android on Wednesday,...Show More Summary
Collage lovers on Instagram, it might be your lucky day. Instagram is rolling out Layout, a free, standalone app that merges multiple images into one. It's available on iOS for now, and an Android version is expected in the next fewShow More Summary
If you consider yourself an Instagram connoisseur and want to be on the bleeding edge of future updates (read: filters) to the network, the company just took the wraps off of its beta program for Android.
From Instagram to VSCO, there are plenty of ways to put filters on your photos. But you can’t make your own. Shift changes that by letting you create custom filters for any image. Instagram initially caught on because of its many cool filters, with which you could mask the flaws of your phone’s camera and make images look better than they were. Show More Summary
AllCast lets you stream media from your mobile device to Roku, Chromecast and other DLNA-enabled devices. You can also stream from your Google+, Dropbox or Instagram accounts. For iOS, Android and Amazon devices.
We saw a number of companies launch apps for video stabilization in the last year — including Instagram’s Hyperlapse for iOS — and Apple brought stabilized video to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus camera. Now, Imint wants to do something similar for Android phones with the launch of Vidhance Mobile. Before you get too excited, though, it’s worth noting that Imint… Read More
Instagrammers: You're getting new filters for the first time in two years. The company rolled out a massive update to its iOS and Android app Tuesday that adds five new filters and the ability to rearrange how filters appear within the...Show More Summary
Twitter 's new photo filter for Android. Snapping that selfie on your Instagram app, choosing the most flattering crop and filter, and hitting "save" is exhausting. And you're not even done! You've still got to take that well-crafted pic and post it on Twitter. Show More Summary
Over-filtering can obliterate the beauty of your photos or make them look cliche. So to give you more nuanced control, Twitter for iOS and Android today replaced its clumsy photo filter grid with a much simpler Instagram-style row of filters. Show More Summary
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Instagram Adds People Tab to Explore Menu, Allows Users to Edit Captions (AllFacebook) Instagram released two new features for its iOS and Android applications: Users...Show More Summary