Popular iOS photography app VSCO Cam has made its debut on Android. The application launched on iOS earlier this year and a few months back the developers started beta testing with Android version with a small group of people who signed up for it. Now the app is finally available on the Play Store.
For the uninitiated, VSCO Cam is an app that lets you capture, edit, store and share photos from your phone. It has a completely custom and minimal UI that is neither native to iOS nor Android and looks identical on both platforms. The UI takes some getting used to but once you get the hang of it, it really is as simple to use as any other photography app. Continue Reading
Windows Phone users will be delighted to note that Vine, Twitter’s six-second video platform, has arrived on the platform. Continue Reading
The popular app 6tag has received yet another update this week, this time adding a few new features to unofficial Instagram client. Continue Reading
The unofficial Instagram client for Windows Phone, 6tag, has received yet another update today. Version 2.0.2 has arrived on the Store and it brings with it a handful of user-requested fixes or features.
As can be noted by the version number, it’s not a huge overhaul, so many of the changes are minor but for some users, significant. So what’s new? Head past the break to get the answer. Continue Reading
During Nokia World last week, one of the big software announcements was for Instagram on Windows Phone. The process in getting the app officially on Microsoft’s platform has taken months (if not longer), resulting in copious amounts of frustration from users and ammo for critics. Continue Reading
If you’re an Instagram user, you’ve probably noticed how difficult it is to save an image to your computer. Sure, you could always take a screenshot of what’s displayed onscreen or peer into the HTML source on the desktop website, but these are rather inconvenient. Plus, if you simply take a screenshot, you end up having to crop your capture to only include the subject of interest. The same goes for the relatively new video sharing service Vine. You could easily set up a video capture program to save content to your device, but that’s far from convenient. Continue Reading
Earlier this month, Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, declared that ads will be coming to your feed. They stated that in order to grow “into a sustainable business” they needed to generate some revenue and their aim “is to make any advertisements you see feel as natural to Instagram as the photos and videos many of you already enjoy.”
Nokia today unveiled that an official Vine (www.vine.co) app is well on the way to Windows Phone. If you’re not familiar with the service, it’s a social network owned by Twitter. You essentially record and share clips that are up to 6 seconds in length. The recordings can be of anything you choose, be it cats, humorous sketches or just random updates. Continue Reading
Instagram and Nokia have announced that an official app is due for Windows Phone
The day has finally arrived, folks. Instagram is officially heading to Windows Phone in the “coming weeks”. Announced this morning in Abu Dhabi during Nokia World 2013, the longtime thorn in the heel for Microsoft’s struggling platform has finally been pulled. Continue Reading