Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app has been available for Android for quite a while now. The app launched in the Google Play Store and in the Amazon Appstore back in November of last year, however a new update has brought support for videos. Simply put, the Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app now has support for uploading, downloading and streaming videos.
Video for Instagram at an event earlier this morning and as was expected, the updated app has since come available in the Google Play Store. Based on the earlier announcement, this new feature looks like it will be a good option for those who had been digging Vine, but were already an Instagram user.
back in April for Australia only, but now everyone can get in on the action and easy uploads.
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Basically that means only a limited amount of users are able to capture Photo Sphere images at the moment. Not to mention, the options and places to view these images has also rather limited. In the past, Photo Sphere viewing was previously limited to Google+ pages, the device that took the picture and on Google Maps (provided they were uploaded).
Instagram for Android launched one year ago today. In fact, it has been one year to the day as the Instagram app first appeared in the Google Play Store on April 3, 2012. We are certain that many will remember the seemingly never ending wait for Instagram to arrive for Android as it launched originally only for the iPhone, but the real key here is what that means a year later. The folks at Instagram haven't shared much in terms of numbers, however they have given one bit of information.
Google appears to be continuing the process of pushing all Picasa users over to Google+. We have seen some of this in the past, however as of today, those surfing to picasaweb.google.com will end up on the Google+ Photos page. Another recent push from Google came when they removed the Picasa link in the navigation bar. Those checking will find an option for "Photos" which also takes you to the Google+ Photos page.