The newly launched Instagram app for Android, which brings a way to “breathe new info into your mobile photos” using filters and easy sharing, has got another update a few hours ago. The new update bumps the software version of the app up to 1.0.3, carrying a few notable changes.
Previously, the app’s layout isn’t exactly optimized for tablets, but the new updated Instagram app for Android brings its compatibility for tablets, option to install the app to an microSD card and it will also support the Wi-Fi Android devices. So, Android users can now share photos from all their Android devices with ease and start taking photos with a giant tablet in your hands and share them to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Foursquare (Flickr coming very soon). Instagram’s latest update has also fixed a bunch of bugs. One of the fix is to correct the audio mute bug that occurred during capture.
The updated Instagram (v1.0.3) app is available for free in the Play Store, hit the following link to grab it.