Ever since the Instagram app for Android was released a few days ago, Instagram has enjoyed a massive surge of new users. However, the app came with a glitch. Now, an update has rolled out to address these issues, which will give its Android users a better retro image filtering experience.
According to Engadget, the app has been updated to version 1.2.3, which will address problems with device support and a few more bugs. The update will now allow the app to support Wi-Fi smartphones and tablets such as the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Motorola Xoom. The update allows users to install and save on SD cards, which is ideal for devices that come with small storage capacities. The update also fixes a bug, which mutes audio when capturing images.
Instagram was initially exclusively available to iOS-powered devices such as the iPhone 4S. Now, the app is available for Android devices. The Android version of the app came with a number of issues, but it looks like these problems have been resolved with the update.
You can either download the latest version of the app on Google Play (formerly known as the Android Market) or update the app on your Android device.
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