Instagram Pushes Out Significant App Refresh
Instragram today announced revisions to its Android and iOS applications, which have been updated and given a handful of new features. The camera function within the app itself has been heavily revised with a new composition screen, shutter button, and framing tools. Instagram's tilt-shift feature provides a more realistic depth-of-field. The app now provides previews of the most recent shots in the camera roll in the composition screen. Instagram also adds a new filter called Willow, which delivers a monochrome look with purple accents and hues. Last, the application will store Instagram photos in a separate folder rather than the camera roll. The revised Instagram application will be available to both the iOS and Android platforms via their respective links later today.
Instagram's Boomerang App Creates 1-Second Video Loops
Instagram today released Boomerang for Android and iOS, an application that stitches together a burst of photos to create moving images. The app automates most of the creation process; users need only press the shutter button.
Instagram Debuts Coloring and Fading Tools
Instagram today said several new editing options will soon be available in its Android and iOS applications. According to Instagram, the Color tool lets people add colors/tints to highlights in their photos.
Sharing Photos to Instagram from the iPhone Just Got Easier
Instagram has updated its iOS application with an important new feature that will improve the picture-sharing experience. Instagram version 8.2 enables share extensions, which make it possible to share photos to Instagram from within other apps.
Instagram Extending Video Length to 60 Seconds
Instagram today said users will be able to share videos up to 60 seconds in length, which is up significantly from the previous limit of 12 seconds. Instagram is making the change in response to the rapid rise in time people spend watching Instagram videos.
Instagram Boosts Editing Powers for Android and iOS
Instagram today made available new versions of its Android and iOS mobile apps. The improved Instagram gives budding photographers much more control over each image with the addition of new filters and the ability to adjust the strength of each filter.