Mar 01

Having more than 100 Million active user, almost everybody has seen or used Instagram, the app that allows you to edit and share your photos with friends and family. But in the last year several concepts by ADR Design showed us that the creators of Instagram are working on a real Instagram Socialmatic Camera and just reports that the camera will be produced under the Polaroid brand with a release planned for early 2014. » Polaroid To Release The Instagram Socialmatic Camera In 2014

Nov 30

This is the very first music video done entirely on Instagram without any third party alterations. Every single frame of this music video is an actual picture that we ran through Instagram. We never shot any video. We only shot still photography. All 1905 pictures went through the normal Instagram process on an iPhone.

Aug 30

This Wi-Fi enabled photo frame sports a 600×600 LCD touch display, three buttons — one for power, one for toggling between feeds, and one for liking the current photo — an internal Lithium Ion battery so you can move it wherever you want, and a dead-simple three-step setup process.

» Instacube: A Living Canvas For Your Instagram Photos

Aug 18

Instagram, the photo sharing application/social network that was recently acquired by Facebook, introduces their updated 3.0 version. Now 80 million users strong, the new update brings along some exciting new features. » Instagram 3.0 Adds Photo Maps, Redesign & More

May 24

A month after buying Instagram, Facebook drops its own photo-sharing app called Facebook camera. With Facebook Camera, you can share photos on Facebook faster than ever, and see what friends are up to in a feed of nothing but their photos. » One Month After Buying Instagram, Facebook Drops Its Own Photo-Sharing App

Apr 12

We told you two days ago that Facebook acquired Instagram for an obscene amount of money. This infographic tracks Instagram’s brief but explosive history, from launch in November 2010 to its $1 billion exit to Facebook. Check out the infographic after the break. » The Instagram Timeline: From Zero To A Billion [infographic]

Apr 10

Facebook announced that it will buy the extremely popular photography app-maker Instagram for 1 billion dollar. Instagram’s CEO Kevin Systrom made a statement through the company’s blog and confirmed that it will “be working with Facebook to evolve Instagram and build the network”. Read Zuckerberg’s full announcement after the break. » Facebook Buys Photo Sharing App Instagram For $1 Billion

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