Instagram Relaunches Android and iPhone Apps
Instagram today rolled out a significant revision to its Android and iPhone applications. The photo editing and sharing application now lets users sort through photo albums by location. By default, geotagged images will all show their location, but users can manually turn off the location-sharing feature photo by photo if they so wish. The photo map lets users see their own pictures from a given location, as well as those shared by others from that same location. The app also makes several design tweaks, including a multi-line caption box and a cleaner view of user profiles. The updated Instagram for Android and iPhone will be available from their respective app stores later today.