The moment we've all been waiting for, well Droid users, at least.
Instragram is on the verge of hitting the Droid market, so we can finally stop using the imitation apps. The popular photo sharing app, only available on the iOS market, has quite the tease on it's website.
If you are one of the many users anxious to add this great app, then go to their website and signup for notifcations.
No official announcement has been made regarding a date, however it seems likely that a beta version may be released to those who provided an email.
Instagram, the incredibly popular mobile photo-sharing social network has just passed 27 million users.
They have also mentioned that an Android app should be on the way.
People seem to have mixed opinions on Instagram, some say it's a great incentive for people to take a hand at photography. Other people seem to think the filters & ease of use make anyone who owns a phone feel that they are professional photographers.
What do you think?
Do you use Instagram? Let us know in the comments!
Google just launched its newest content site. The search giant has put everything it has under one roof and they're calling it, Google Play. Any Android user will be surprised to find out that their dedicated app finder the Android Market is due for an update. An update that requires removing the Android Market app altogether and replacing it with the Google Play. Google Play today will become the single destination for all the company's buyable content, from the Android Market, to Google Books, Music and Movies. You can hit the video ad to know more about this integration of everything Google under one roof, and if you're not interested at all about this new Google Play, I still suggest you see the video to see the ingenuity of the ad, as Google always do so.
The all new Google Play can be access via play.google.com