Android, as what is known today is an operating system for mobile devices mostly used by Galaxy Nexus as owned by Google and by other leading phone manufacturers such as HTC and Samsung. Tablets like Motorola Xoom and Amazon Kindle Fire have been using this operating system too since it is based on Linux and GIMP for mac. The Google Play Store supports android programs which is also called apps. There are over 900,000 apps available for Android today and one of the most popular is the Instagram. As recorded, there are over 130 million users around the globe who love Instagram.
‘Instagramming’ has been the trend today. It’s a simple way to capture and share the world’s moments through your Android. Who wouldn’t be hooked with this kind of stuff at all where you can actually view the world’s wonders and see someone else’s life whatabouts just out of your pocket? You can even mingle with your favorite athlete or celebrity in this app with just a single click of the ‘follow’ button. But simply browsing others’ posts and uploaded photos and videos won’t totally give you the fun, you can of course upload and share photos and videos of your own! Instagram allows users to customize photos with the several amazing built filter effects where in you can instantly transform your everyday moments into a precious work of art that you can share with your family and friends out there. And these, probably, are some of the numerous reasons why Instagram has become popular since it was launched.
To get you fascinated of the different wonders Instagram has to offer, here are the following features of this app on your Android device:
• 100% free custom designed filters: XPro-II, Earlybird, Rise, Amaro, Hudson, Lo-fi, Sutro, Toaster, Brannan, Inkwell, Walden, Hefe, Nashville, 1977, and others.
• Linear and Radial Tilt-Shift blur effects for extra depth of field.
• Instant sharing to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr and Foursquare
• Unlimited uploads
• Interact with friends through giving & receiving likes and comments
• Works with Android versions 2.2 and above that support OpenGL ES 2
• And more…