Starting today, we’re rolling out an improved design for posts in news feed on your mobile phone. Now photos are up to 3x larger, and all posts will fill your mobile screen from edge to edge. The new design will be available on iOS, Android and m.facebook.com. Check out some before/after screenshots below.
Even though it is a mobile-based platform, there are occasions when you want to access Instagram content in different ways, especially via your PC / laptop. Here are ten great ways to get your Instagram fix when your mobile is out of reach.
Pinterest is hot. In fact, in March 2012 the site served up 2.3 billion page impressions to over 4 million unique visitors a day.
Why do Pinterest users respond so strongly to products that are pinned? This infographic from Tamba breaks down the stats, explaining why Pinterest is so powerful with its consumption-friendly audience.
Less than 24 hours ago, Hollywood-based Josh Helfferich launched @TextInstagram, which posts “your personal Instagram feed in a lightweight text format.”
The account skewers common photography trends exhibited by Instagram users, and it’s an overnight success, having gone from 400 followers Wednesday at 7 p.m. ET to more than 10,000 followers at noon Thursday.
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Here are some just-as-good alternatives for Android users (and some for iOS users too!) who want to take and share photos with or without those filters that make a 5-megapixel cell phone camera look like a 70s Polaroid.
Fast CompanyHipstagram? Hipstamatic to Port Photos to InstagramMashableFast Company reports that Hipstamatic, known for its $1.99 photo-filtering iPhone app, will now let its user port their photos directly to Instagram's network with one click.