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  • You can finally put pictures of your food on Instagram from Windows Phone

    Nokia launched a big push to Instagram earlier in the year with its #2InstaWithLove app to get the service to launch an app for the Windows Phone (only 8 at this stage) platform, which still hasn’t found any luck. Luckily though, a third-party app Instagraph has updated its unofficial...
  • Instagram clarify new TOS, want to innovate, not own your photos

    Instagram CEO & Co-founder Kevin Systrom has just released a new blog post explaining the confusion around their Terms of service update. Before you go and delete your account to protest the change, you should read what’s actually happening, not what’s been reported. Advertising on Instagram From the start,...
  • Your Instagram web profile is now available

    We covered the announcement of Instagram Web Profiles earlier in the week, but now yours should be live. True to their word, Instagram’s Web Profiles are now available for all users less than a week after the rollout began. The URL structure is easy to guess, just throw in...
  • Instagram Web Profiles available for some, won’t allow uploading

    The smash hit photo sharing success, Instagram is finally rolling out a web version. Despite having more than 100 Million mobile users, Instagram has taken a very different path to most startups. Building a web version of your site is usually a mandatory item on the development list, but...
  • Instagram acquired by Facebook, 1 Billion photos/dollars

    This morning the world woke to news that Facebook was making its first large-scale, high-priced acquisition, Instagram. The smash hit photography app has garnered serious traction in less than two years and for a significant period was the creation of just two people, Co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger....
  • Instagram for Android released.. is it really better?

    Smash hit photography app, Instagram has been released on Android today. While discussions had spread that it was going to be even better than the iOS version, for the most part, its the same photo-filtering and sharing goodness. The most important part of this release is not the app...
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