As is known by many users, Instagram is a popular photo applications that require only a few touches to make the retro, complete with support for sharing with friends and members of other Instagram.
So what Instagram news today? After some time ago was acquired by Facebook, Instagram now is back to bring something new. Introduce additional features of Instagram, a new mapping feature in version 3.0. You now have a new way to browse images by location.
You can start signing up Instagram with your e-mail address, username and password. From there you can configure Instagram to autopost to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, Foursquare and Posterous, or simply choose to share photos from within the app or via e-mail. You can also turn this option on or off if you do not want to share the photos with everyone.
Once connected, you can take photos anywhere, move, add effects with the touch of a finger, then share moments with the world of photography. The application comes with some free filters specifically designed to give the effect of retro, black-and-white appearance or even tilt-shift option. Once satisfied with the look, you can add a caption along with geotagging and share with the whole world.
Although only a feature, Instagram is very feasible to be recommended, but some additional new features will make it more outstanding. In the 3.0 version, Instagram added mapping capabilities. Once you update, the application will automatically collect all the old pictures in which you enable geotagging and put them on the map, so you can browse the site and followers.
When first launched the update, you’ll find a banner at the top of the app that directs you to review pictures geotagged. Default application to display all geotagged images, but you also can choose or not choose if you do not want a specific location indicated on the map. With this new feature, people will have the button Photo Folder on their profile pages that can be touched to show a map of all their photos.Software