Articles tagged with: Instagram
Today, you’re the pundits. What do you think of Instagram running ads on the platform? Will it affect how much you use Instagram? Does it even matter any more?
Instagram has recently updated its brand guidelines. Developers of many third-party Instagram support apps can no longer use “Insta” or “Gram” in the names if they wish to continue using the APIs and linking to the mammoth social network.
With the recent introduction of short video clips on Instagram, Combo Apps blogger Tina Rice has written a great post covering many iPhone videography apps that we don’t cover here that’s worth a look.
Instagram was updated today. You can now import videos from your camera roll. Plus, Instagram can now instantly and automatically straighten your photos when you take them using the Instagram app.
My review of Landcam. For an Instagram front-end app, there’s a lot that’s good here. It’s pretty to look at and easy to use, but can be limiting when you actually get your hands dirty with it. I like aspects of the app, but overall, Landcam leaves me wanting more.
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.
Instagram, PhotoStation, VSCO Cam, CameraBag 2 and more — here’s a roundup of some of this week’s more significant photo app updates.
At their mysterious “new product” event, Facebook announced Instagram video. This is a huge new feature for Instagram that raises the stakes in the Facebook vs. Twitter wars.
Squaready is an easy to use utility that crops a photo into square format, then lets you easily share it straight to Instagram. It not only crops down, but lets you shrink full landscape or portrait photos into the frame.
Those of us who have stuck with Instagram this week have been rewarded with a new update. Instagram 3.4.0 gets a new filter, Mayfair, and a bit of former functionality gets restored. Still a lot that hasn’t been restored.
There’s a lot of panic about Instagram’s new TOS. I think most of it is unfounded. Drawing on my two semesters of Contract Law, I take a look at the relevant new terms from Instagram.