Have you been coming across a lot of updates on your social feeds? If yes then you are probably seeing updates from an app that has gone really popular and it’s called Instagram.
We sit down and test the app for ourselves to see what the hype is all about.
For anyone actively available on social media networks, you may already know about this great application. It started an unstoppable trend on both the iPhone and Android.
This photo sharing application is also a complete social network. It works exactly like tweeter, giving people the chance to follow others. But instead of writing words to express something on your mind, you post photos.
The app not only lets you update your status with a photo but also allows you to edit them on your phone.
As a result, we are seeing a lot of Instagram activity on not only the network itself but also on Facebook and Twitter. Because the photos are edited into something that looks like an outdated photo, it’s hard to believe how these can get so popular.
With Instagram, the critics of low end photos can finally get their hand on something they love the most. While these unprofessional photos don’t win votes from a lot of viewers, things are different for many.
There has been a lot of voting going on the page of the application. Some people call the photo sharing app to produce stuff that is unnecessary, but for some people these photos offer a lot of things to look at.
The people using these app are mostly who appreciate these kind of photos. While die hard photo lovers appreciate high quality photos, these people are not interested in looking at high quality photos that look like movie pictures to them.
The photos available on Instagram give people the feeling that it was taken by someone just like them, someone who isn’t a professional photographer but can take moments of life and capture them in realistic photos.
Instagram has become so popular among these people that it now has a user base exceeding a lot of other social media networks. It is still leagues behind Tweeter and Facebook, but we see a lot of potential in the network.