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Will Hipstamatic and Oggl work in iOS 7? It’s not “if” but “when” and we’ve got the answer from Lucas Buick, CEO of Hipstamatic.
If you shoot with Hipstamatic or Oggl on any platform, Hipstography’s Eric Rozen just got back from San Francisco where he spent time with Hipstamatic’s CEO and co-Creator Lucas Buick. It’s one of the best histories available of this iconic iPhone photo app.
Check your Hipstamart. Hipstamatic’s First Friday seems to have come a little early today. The new lenses of the Buenos Aires HipstaPak are available in both Hipstmatic and Oggl right now.
Hipstamatic Oggl recently got an update with a great new feature that HipstaFans have been requesting for years. You can now import photos from your camera roll and from your Hipstamatic albums into Oggl.
The Long Island FreePak is now available in Hipstamatic! It contains the BlacKey’s Extra Fine film and the Old Sport case. The new film is also now available in Hipstamatic Oggl.
Days after its Thursday release in Hipstamatic Oggl, the new Brighton HipstaPak is finally available to Hipstamatic users. The new pak can now be purchased in the app’s Hipstamart for $0.99.
Hipstamatic is coming to Windows Phone 8 after years of iOS exclusivity. Hipstamatic Oggl PRO has been designed especially for the new flagship Nokia device. It’ll be available later this summer. Find out about the new app, and what’s in store for Android devices and for Hipstamatic’s millions of iOS users.
Why the Brighton HipstaPak was released on Oggl first. No, it wasn’t a ploy to get you to spring for an Oggl subscription. I reached out to Hipstamatic’s Molli Sullivan and asked her about the delay.
The new Brighton HipstaPak was released today. The new Doris lens and Sussex film were made available to Hipstamatic Oggl subscribers first. The pak is not yet available in Hipstamatic Classic
Hipstamatic 265 was just released, as was Oggl version 1.1.2. No new lenses or films, but you can now share your previously purchased HipstaPaks with your copy of Oggl.
In case you missed it elsewhere, here’s a great musing by another iPhoneographer/Graphic Designer, Ted Villa, posted to his blog ExUrban. It’s great piece more about the visceral aspect of shooting with Hipstamatic and Instagram and less about the technical aspect.
Hipstamatic announces Oggl, a community for creative people to capture and curate their lives through photography. Oggl offers a brand new way to experience Hipstamatic’s beautifully crafted filters, and for the first time ever, directly connects the Hipstamatic community and like-minded creatives from around the world.