Monday, April 9, 2012

Photo Enthusiasts Get Instagram for Android As In Now


Now that Facebook has bought Instagram from its original creators for roughly $1 billion worth of stocks and cash, the hype for the said photo-sharing facility has sky-rocketed once more. Just a couple of days away from its release, The Instagram for Android has already been downloaded by more than 1 million Android device users. Even before, it was has already been a famous app among social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Foursquare, and there is no wonder its developers didn't take it too long to release it in Android version.

This 13 Megabyte application, which was once available to iOS, allows you to edit and alter your mobile pictures through its streamlined filtered effects and borders. With this, you can easily transform your images from crap to zap. Go social with your friends by sharing your photos with a single click of a button, and get to see and give feedback about your friend's collections as well. For now, it is in for grabs without any cost, but you'll have to make sure you are using Android 2.2 and higher versions to make it work.

See for your self Instagram for Android in action:

Get to see some screenshots from its official Google Play page:

You could go directly to its official developer site and download the application for your Android device or you could simply scan this bar code with you device's bar code reader.

Enjoy! And please share if you like it or not.