If you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, Instagram could be a great tool to help uncover your inner photography skills.
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- French — Français
- German — Deutsch
- Greek — Ελληνικά
- Indonesian — Bahasa Indonesia
- Italian — Italiano
- Japanese — 日本語
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- Portuguese — Português
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- Spanish — Español
- Swedish — Svenska
- Tagalog — Filipino
- Thai — ภาษาไทย
- Turkish — Türkçe
iOS Version 3.4.1
We’ve also included the following updates based on your feedback:
- The ability to select photographs from an album other than the Camera Roll.
- Photos taken utilizing the front-facing camera will no longer be mirrored.
- Fixed the inaccurate display of the privacy toggle switch present in version 3.4.
- Fixed a bug that affected photo sharing for certain locales present in version 3.4.
- Various bug fixes and improvements surrounding camera performance.
Android Version 3.4In addition to 25 new and improved translations and the new Mayfair filter, the latest version of Instagram for Android allows Facebook Page moderators to connect and share directly to a brand page.
Note: iOS version 3.4.1 fixes a bug found in version 3.4 that displayed an inaccurate privacy toggle switch. It also fixes a bug that affected photo sharing for certain locales. Please update to version 3.4.1, released today (21 December), to resolve these issues.
Instagram version 3.4.1 is available for download in Apple’s App Store and Instagram version 3.4 is available for Android users in Google Play!
Normal - No change
X-Pro II - Warm, saturated effect. Emphasis on yellow.
Earlybird - Faded, blurred, focuses on yellow and beige.
Lo-fi - Slightly blurred, with yellow and green saturated.
Sutro - Sepia effect. Emphasis on purple and yellow. Whole image made darker.
Toaster - High exposure. Some blurring.
Brannan - Low key. Focus on gray and green.
Willow - Black and white with some blend effect
Valencia - High contrast, slightly gray and brown.
Inkwell - Black and white filter with high contrast.
Walden - Washed-out color with a light blue overtone.
Hefe - Classic color with gold and yellow overtones
Nashville - A magenta-blue tint and a border. It is one of the most popularly used Instagram filters.
1977 - Somewhat pinkish overtone
Kelvin - Super saturated, retro photo with scratchy border. Formally called "Lord Kelvin"
Amaro - Lighter contrast. Focus on paler tones.
- All effects are as of version 2.5.1 on iOS.
|Original author(s)||Kevin Systrom, Mike Krieger (Burbn, Inc.)|
|Initial release||October 6, 2010|
(December 21, 2012 )|
(December 21, 2012 )
|Operating system||iOS 4.3 or later; Android 2.2 or later|
|Type||Photo & Video|