At long last, the highly popular social photography app Instagram has come to Android.
Despite developers saying that the Instagram for Android was superior to the iOS version in several ways, I found the app to be extremely similar to the iOS version.
Just like the version found on Apple devices, Instagram for Android still allows users to snap photos, edit them, and send them out to several social networks.
Pictures taken from the 8-megapixel camera on my Samsung Galaxy Note were excellent as long as the subject was in focus, and sharing photos on an Android device has never been easier.
The only downside I could find was the fact that the iPhone version is also able to give you real-time effects before you take the photo while the Android version does not have the Live Preview function yet.
Overall, Instagram is definitely one of the most social photo sharing apps on Android at the moment and one I would recommend it to all users, especially since it is available for free now on the Google Play App Store.