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Instagram for Android Review

It's finally here! Instagram has launched for Android today, and all you amateur photographers and social media fanatics should be plenty happy to give it a try. The hugely popular photo filter and tweaking app for iOS is finally available for the Android masses, and we're taking a hands-on look below for your viewing pleasure, and compare it to ICS.

Instagram for Android finally lands in the Google Play Store

The day has finally arrived, shutterbugs: Instagram is up on the Google Play Store and ready for download. The much-anticipated photo and sharing service had been an iOS exclusive since its debut way back in 2010, but the company has been teasing hundreds of millions of Android users with the release for months. The app is free, though you'll need a free Instagram account to use it, and any Android device running 2.2 or later is welcome at the party.

Instagram opens Android pre-registration page – still doesn’t give a date

If there's on iOS app that's more anticipated by Android users than the long-delayed Temple Run (yes, yes, we know, put down your pitchforks) it's Instagram. The smash hit social photo sharing service is the choice of Twitterati, hipsters and housewives everywhere, but only for those whose devices have a shiny apple on the back. The publisher has been hinting that its Android app is close to release for months now, and has finally opened up a pre-registration page for excited Android users. Alas, there's still no word on when the app will actually become available.

Instagram for Android due “very soon” say developers

Hipsters and iOS converts rejoice: your long period of expressionless suffering is almost over. The photo app that's taken the Internet by storm and inspired dozens of beatings towards wannabe Ansel Adams of the world (unconfirmed) is coming to Android "very soon", said Instagram executive Kevin Systrom. Android users have been clamoring for an official Android app since the photo sharing service began to surge in popularity last summer. There still isn't any concrete date for the app's release, though it was shown running on a Galaxy Nexus at SXSW in Autsin.

Android Community Weekly: February 11, 2012

This week in tech news we finally saw the Motorola DROID 4 hit shelves, Google released an official Chrome Beta for Android, and yes - Temple Run still isn't out. Monday, Verizon's Galaxy Nexus was graced with a leak to Android 4.0.4, and it fixed many of the signal issues people were having. If you already have root and are running a custom ROM, you can flash the radios alone here. Don't hesitate about this one, as they seem to be 100% effective.

Instagram could hit Android very soon

There's no doubt developers have caught on that making their application(s) Android compatible opens up doors of revenue and mass exposure. However, there are a couple popular applications that haven't quite made it over yet - and of them Instagram is sought after by many. We've known about their plans to make it Android compatible for quite some time, but how much longer will we have to wait?

Instagram is coming to Android

Many of us rely on our smartphone as the “go to” camera for anything, so it’s important to have the best effects and filters at our fingertips. Instagram does such a thing perfectly, but has solely been available for iOS for quite some time. Chief Executive Kevin Systrom of Instagram has just announced that an Android version of his applicaiton is on the way.
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