What makes us fall in love with the new iPad is the stunning retina display that takes us into the next level of photo experience.
What?s more, with all the apps and third party offerings in a new user interface for Apple users, Instagram rocked our world in sharing these photos online.
With Facebook?s acquisition of this app, it looks like they are moving forward, climbing the heights towards success. We all expect bigger and greater things from the social giant. However, even if Instagram may have been acquired, (some disagree on this acquisition) third party-developers are providing clever solutions to use Instagram API.
Here comes Iris. The new Instagram app for iPad and it is available on the App Store. The app works fab, optimized for the new iPad?s retina display. The app is a great deal, and it pays homage to an exceptional service for all iPad users.
Unlike Instagram, which allows users to upload photos to the service, Iris works differently. It doesn?t allow users to upload photos directly using the iPad?s camera. Instead, this app focused on providing breathtaking experience for browsing and liking Instagram photos.
Iris lets you browse the photos in large thumbnails, integrated with light background to accentuate the Instagram?s filters with a sidebar to switch between popular items, feed, profile and search.
It looks like similar to iPhone version. However, Iris possesses remarkable features that were uniquely designed to complement the large resolution of the new iPad. You can also check out your followers/following lists ? and with the larger screen, it exceeds the features of iPhone version.
In your profile, you can set the ?globe icon? to have a history of your Instagram shots showed as Iris pins on a Google map ? this feature compacts all the places you ?visited? with Instagram.
For an enjoyable and minimalist approach of Instagram experience on the iPad, you can download the Iris app to browse your favorite photos. It?s tagged $1.99 on App Store.
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