Instagram for Android will soon available at Google Play, said TechCrunch. The web page notice that the famous photo sharing/editing app will be coming “really soon”. During their activities as Keynote speakers at South by South West (SXSW) Conference, Kevin Styrom and Mike Krieger explain that in some ways, Instagram for Android is better than the iOS version.
Both Styrom and Krieger are the founder of Instagram, which already become the most popular photo sharing/editing app for iPhone and iPad. Users can apply thousands of available filters into their captured images and share it immediately via Twitter, Tumblr, or Facebook, all of these social media website will be fully integrated with Instagram for Android. The original version of the app, which is made for iOS, has been available for months. There’s lot of users suggest that Instagram is a visual version of Twitter.
Instagram was launched for the first time on 2010 and it is instantly manage to attract up to 25,000 users attention. On December, Instagram is reported to have more than 15 million users. Now, both Krieger and Styrom revealed to TechCrunch that their famous apps has successfully gathered 27 million users. Apple is recently crowned Instagram as “App of the Year”
So, it isn’t surprising if Android users can’t wait to grab the new Instagram for Android. Latest rumors suggest that Styrom will reveal it at the SXSW Conference, but we know that he didn’t. So, we suggest you to stay tune in our website because we might come back really soon with the new update about Instagram for Android.