live wallpaper app. The app is called Photosphere Live Wallpaper and it comes by way of Kittehface Software. Those who pay attention to live wallpaper apps probably recognize the name. This particular live wallpaper app is available by way of the Google Play Store and is free to download and free to use.
Instagram is doing just fine. Now owned by Facebook, Instagram has filtered out all of those rumors of a decline in users and popularity and confirmed they have over 100 million active users. That's quite the number.
Facebook is about to get a whole lot easier - as in essentially effortless - thanks to Photo Sync. Facebook announced today that after a period of beta testing, it will soon be rolling out its new Photo Sync feature to Android users. The roll out will be happening over the next week or so, meaning that if you don't get it right away, it should be arriving shortly.
Facebook is now currently testing a new feature on Android called "Photo Sync". It works by uploading photos that you take with your phone straight to your Facebook account. It's been rolling out to only a select number of users, which is what Facebook likes to do when testing out potential new features.
Instagram took forever to arrive on Android many were using alternatives to do similar tasks to their "art" or photography. One of those rivals was Lightbox which was originally featured at Google I/O last year. The app has been around for about a year but today Lightbox has announced that they'll also be joining the team at Facebook.
Galaxy S III. And while the evidence is far from conclusive, PocketNow has some promising information for anyone waiting on their carrier to release a next-generation Android handset. They're showing off photos and claiming them as samples from separate versions of the Galaxy S III, one for each of the major US carriers.
Flickr app for Android.