One of the most requested services that Android users to compete with iPhone is now available for Google's OS
Service to edit and share photos until now was almost exclusively for users of IOS, among which were 30 million members. But not anymore, one of the most anticipated releases for Android is officially among us.
"We were very careful in translating the experience of using Instagram to the Android platform," state from the official blog, and added "we have worked hard to bring you the best experience when it comes to sharing photos, and hope to see your pictures and hear their suggestions. "
The service, created in 2010 by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, quickly became very popular among iPhone users, since using different filters (used in real time, at least in iPhone) could give a somewhat more professional and aesthetic pictures taken with smartphones, which had its effect on networks such as Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr. So much so that prior to the final output of the application version for Android, nearly 430,000 users of this platform came to the waiting list to have their version of Instagram for the operating system from Google. Although this version, if it has a small caveat: it works only with smartphones, but not with Android tablets.
While there were no statements regarding the launch of apps for other platforms, be it Windows Phone or Blakcberry from Instagram said that the inclusion of Android are "one step closer" to make the entire planet "share your world through the lens of their phones. "