Friday , December 9 2016

Instagram for Android update adds Tilt-Shift photography effect

Instagram for Android has received another of its frequent updates, this time adding the Tilt-Shift effect that is much-loved by iPhone users. The effect adds “depth of field and realistic blur” to your already fabulous photos. There’s also a fix for the Galaxy Ace, so functionality should work fine on that device now. If you haven’t already downloaded Instagram, give it a go and see what you think.

 
Source: Instagram (Play Store).

Buzz Moody  

  • So apparently my ICS Nexus S is no longer supported…
    because a stock android phone is just one of those phones you don’t support

    • It works fine on my Nexus S running AOKP.  Keep in mind it’s not a new filter, but an option you can enable on any filter (look for the teardrop button at the top of the screen when setting your filter)

  • Robert Webb

    I installed Instagram, but it won’t even let me run it without signing up.  It’s a camera app for crying out loud!  I know there’s a social element, but bloody annoying if you can’t use it without the social side.

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