Instagram is a free photo sharing app that mainly got room in the hugely popular iPhone photography that evokes 1970s style. Recently it has finally come up with an announcement that it is developing an Android app. As per the CNET report, the company expects its membership base, with just the launch of Android, could get easily doubled, which presently stands at 50 million.
Currently there is no information or timeline that has been furnished on the Android app’s arrival. Systrom has declared that the company has made its primary focus on increasing its membership and network and not for any monetary benefits.
The app’s biggest change over was the rollout of Instagram 2.0 in September. It is brought with live filters, instant tilt-shift, high-resolution photos and a speedier experience. The company also announced at Le Wed that is has plans to introduce ads to the free app.
We really cannot anticipate the response which the company gets from the public when once this app comes with Android platform. The rate of popularity for such an app is still the biggest question of the hour.