Let the machines make that scrapbook for you.
And blames Twitter!
How to safeguard your iPhone photos.
Take a time lapse with your phone.
The social network’s photo-sharing site is currently feeding location data to rivals.
Nokia spearheaded the effort to get the Facebook-owned photo-sharing app on its Lumia smartphones.
We’ll show you how to boldly walk where no one has walked before – at least according to Google Maps.
Get ready to comb through that epic Flickr photo collection…
Instagram hashtags can also be surprisingly effective in fueling content discovery. Here are the ten most popular tags used by Instagrammers.
Amazon taking a year to release a decent cloud-based photo app had sent me right into the arms of a Nexus 7.
Polaroid, more out of touch than ever, plans to launch 10 Apple Store-esque retail locations for printing your photos in 2013.
New Year’s Resolutions can be a challenge to uphold. The trick is to build a routine into your daily life, so even jobs like photo organization become less of a chore.
Instagram responds to the Web’s collective fury by rolling back changes to its Terms of Service agreement. Is the mea culpa too little, too late?
An Instagram Terms of Service update alarms its users, opening an opportunity for Yahoo to lead disgruntled Instagrammers to Flickr’s greener pastures.
Social apps are wasting their precious time playing catch-up when consumers are perfectly happy with apps that complement eachother.
Adding photo filters would be waste of Twitter’s energy, and yet another sad sign of Twitter walling itself off instead of collaborating.
Social photo sharing is quickly finding its way into newsrooms. Even though the payoff might not be immediately clear, many media organizations are turning to Instagram as a place to experiment. (Part 1 of a 4-part series on how journalists are using social networks beyond Facebook and Twitter.)
Facebook members are uploading about 300 million photos every day, giving an unexpected new life to companies that print photos.
Instagram is exploding. The mobile photo-sharing app is set to hit its 100 millionth user before its second birthday, an early growth rate that puts Facebook and Twitter to shame. As the user base grows, though, so too does the black tide of spam.
Editor’s note: This post was originally published by our partners at GeekSugar.com. It’s unlikely the public’s love of Instagram will die down any time soon, but what if you just want to bring an app of fresh air to your smartphone camera routine?