A new app called Obscure has hit Google Play, one which claims it is better than Snapchat and Instagram. Obscure is a messaging / photo sharing application, which allows users to send messages and photos back and forth between friends and family. (more…)
Yet another photo editing app has made its way to Android, after having generated quite a following on iOS, but don’t worry, this is a good one. The app’s name is Afterlight, and it brings a ton of customizable filters, frames, settings, plus effects to your fingertips for all of those Instagram photos you want to post. (more…)
There is a new instant messaging app available for Android users, brought to you by the same folks who gave you what some may call the greatest photo sharing application of all time. Instagram, which was purchased by Facebook last year, has announced and released Bolt, a new message/picture sharing application aimed directly at Snapchat. (more…)
We are still waiting for most major Android apps to receive a Material Design makeover, so much so that we have found ourselves checking out developer concept videos on Google+. The latest comes from Emmanuel Pacamalan, who has published a very polished concept video of Instagram, redone with a Material Design layout. It looks awesome.
The overall look of Instagram with Material Design is flat, properly laid out, and perfectly utilizes the new circular button in the bottom righthand corner. Check out the video below to see the whole concept in action. (more…)
A major update is set to hit Instagram on Google Play and the App Store for iOS today. Version 6.0 introduces actual photo editing capabilities, allowing users to do much more than simply applying filters to their photos.
Starting today, users can tweak many different aspects of their work, such as the brightness, saturation, shadows, warmth, and much more.
Below, you can see the full list of improved tools, as well as newly-introduced tools for Instagram users. (more…)
If you weren’t getting enough from Google’s social presence on Google+ or Twitter, then feel free to give them a follow on their newly unveiled Instagram account. Through a Tweet sent out that mentioned Google’s current celebration of the Rubik’s Cube, Google announced that it could use more squares in its life going forward and would be joining Facebook’s image-friendly social network.
Give ’em a follow.