- News tagged "instagram"
Thursday, 24 Sep 2015
Instagram announced that its community now boasts more than 400 million users with over 75% of them living outside of the U.S.
Tuesday, 7 Jul 2015
Instagram has changed the way it is saving photos. It is now saving them at a higher resolution, allowing for sharper and prettier photos.
Wednesday, 30 Jul 2014
Instagram's newest app, Bolt, lets you capture and send pictures and videos to friends with a single tap. It's available to you if you're living in Singapore, South Africa or New Zealand; the rest of the world will have to wait though. Hit the link for more details.
Monday, 30 Dec 2013
Researchers from Fairfield University claim that people who often take and share photos on social media do not engage in cognitive processing. This results in a condition called the "photo-taking impairment effect".
Friday, 22 Nov 2013
Australian start-up Social Playground has just announced the availability of its Live Instagram Printer in Singapore.
Thursday, 21 Nov 2013
Popular online photo and video-sharing social networking app Instagram is finally available on Windows Phone 8 devices today.
Monday, 9 Sep 2013
Instagram is preparing to monetize its business, and that might mean its 150 million active users will be seeing ads in Instagram within the year. The team at Instagram aren't clear on how ads on Instagram will look like, but are learning from the mobile mistakes that its parent company, Facebook, has made in the past.
Monday, 26 Aug 2013
Instagram recently announced that it had acquired video app Luma, which allows users to shoot, share and add stabilization to their videos. The app also includes some post-processing features like live filters, as well as the ability to post-process videos.
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2013
Dropbox is beefing up on its design team by hiring Instagram's lead designer, Tim Van Damme. Hit the link for more details.
Wednesday, 3 Jul 2013
Yahoo has just announced its acquisition of Qwiki, a start-up company that created an iPhone app which lets users create short movies using photos, video clips and music tracks. The deal was said to be worth an estimated US$50 million.