Instagram for Android 5.0.8
100 million users love Instagram! It's a free, fun, and simple way to make and share gorgeous photos on your Android.
Pick from one of several gorgeous filtered effects or tilt-shift blur to breathe a new life into your mobile photos. Transform everyday moments into works of art you'll want to share with friends and family.
Share your photos in a simple photo stream with friends to see - and follow your friends' photos with the click of a single button. Every day you open up Instagram, you'll see new photos from your closest friends, and creative people from around the world.
- 100% free custom designed filters and borders
- Lux works its magic by making your photos more vibrant and brings out details in your photos you couldn't see before
- Linear and Radial Tilt-Shift blur effects for extra depth of field.
- Instant sharing to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, and Foursquare * Interact with friends through giving & receiving likes and comments * Works with Android versions 2.2 and above that support OpenGL ES 2
- Full front & back camera support
- And much much more...
We’re excited to introduce Video on Instagram and bring you a new way to share your stories. Recording videos is currently supported on devices with Jellybean (4.1) and above. All Android versions can already play videos on Instagram and we’re working around the clock to enable capturing videos on many more Android devices.
- Share videos from your photo library
- Recording video is now also supported for all devices running ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich)
- Automatically straighten your photos when you take them with the Instagram camera
- Simplified video settings to give you more control when sound plays
- Added setting to help you control data usage when watching video
What's New in iOS:
Introducing Instagram Direct!
We're excited to introduce Instagram Direct, a new way to send photo and video messages to your friends. Now you'll see a new icon in the top right corner of your home feed. Tap it to see photos and videos that people have sent directly to you.
To send your own photos or videos, choose Direct instead of Followers once you’ve edited your post. When you're done editing, just choose the people you want to share with.
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