I've mentioned this a lot, I know, but I am sooo happy Android finally has an Instagram app. I've been able to capture so much awesome, and gotten my Android-toting / iPhone having friends to load the app too if they don't already have it. I've noticed that everything showing up on Instagram pretty much falls into three categories. I think this is a subconscious thing, but it's also a reallllly easy answer for my friends who are new on there and say 'I don't know what to take pics of.' OH You DO Now...
(Here are some photos from my weekend as examples)
I've had the Instagram app for not even a week, so I'm sure I'll have more tips and tricks as I get more familiar with it. So far the only super annoying thing I've found is that Android users seem to be treated like 2nd class citizens. From the apps not having all the features, to iPhone users complaing about how 'Instagram was cool until last week' AkA when the Android app came out. Yes... I get it. You think you are all cool because you have had your iPhone before everyone else in the world. Way to go. I never said I was cool or a hipster. Actually, I have successfully proven I'm neither of those. Click HERE for a reminder why.
And... Just watch this... it explains everything...
It's Like Twitter for Pictures.
Oh! And you can follow me at @lovelylifeofleah
PS - My thoughts on FB buying Instagram for $1B? Mark Zuckerberg knows what he's doing. People love sharing pics on FB and as long as there is an option not to post to FB on Instagram, it'll be good. Totally a wait and see for everything else type of thing. I'm pretty sure it's just the people trying to be hipster saying they were the 1st to have an iPhone and 1st on Instagram that have the issues with it becoming more mainstream.