Instagram for iOS has been updated to version 6.11.0, and with it even more functionality for spicing up your images. And hashtags.
One of the strengths of Instagram is its filters, something that users of the social network have used for years, but it’s been some time since new ones have been added.
If Instagram’s developers had high aspirations for its photo sharing social network, certainly those have been met.
Recently, Instagram updated its iOS app to fully support the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but now a new update is rolling out to add a bit more functionality.
There’s a big focus on one-to-one messaging, with as little content as possible, in today’s communication trends, with the likes of Yo, and now Facebook-owned Instagram has released a new effort to compete with the rest.
Snapchat, the ephemeral messaging app, is so popular with teenagers that Facebook is reportedly taking a third shot at building a Snapchat clone. Several Instagram users have seen an ad for an unreleased app called Bolt in the Instagram app.
Instagram today released a major update to its iOS app, bumping the version number to 6.0 and adding advanced photo editing features to take on apps like Camera+.
Photo-sharing app Instagram is reportedly testing Facebook Places as a source of location information instead of Foursquare, reports Fast Company.