What is it with the booming of this Instagram application (“app”) ??
I have just installed this so-called cool app, Instagram. Everyone has it on their smart phone never mind every second person I come across has a smart phone, to be specific an Iphone 4 or 4S. I thought having just a smart phone was cool but the apps on the phone makes the phone cooler with it’s smart features. It’s a fun instrument to have. The reason I call it an instrument is that it literally contains everything that one needs to aid themselves in severe conditions. From compass to maps, from radio to media players, from A to Z, what more or less will one want?
This little icon on my LG Optimus which takes me into a world of photo features that amazes one’s eyes with graphics and colour. You don’t even need other photoshoping packages or tools. This Instagram app makes one’s photos look so amazing that you don’t have to struggle to get it onto the laptop for graphic change. Even though I say one doesn’t need Photoshop, I sincerely disagree with myself. It’s a free app, it’s obviously cool and all, but with the booming of users it will be soon be on for sale with more features. Free things are not permanent, it will fade off. While its on the play store (android users) or Istore (Iphone users) just grab the opportunity to install it for free on your mobile to make your photos look smarter with a touch of a screen—not a touch of a button because most smart mobiles are touch screens—
Facebook bought Instagram for a billion dollars. I found the reason behing why would Mark Zuckerberg buy this app.
This is an important milestone for Facebook because it’s the first time we’ve ever acquired a product and company with so many users. We don’t plan on doing many more of these, if any at all. But providing the best photo sharing experience is one reason why so many people love Facebook and we knew it would be worth bringing these two companies together.
Facebook was scared shitless and knew that for first time in its life it arguably had a competitor that could not only eat its lunch, but also destroy its future prospects. Why? Because Facebook is essentially about photos, and Instagram had found and attacked Facebook’s achilles heel — mobile photo sharing.
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