Instagram Reportedly Coming to Windows Phone Handsets Soon

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Instagram, a popular photo sharing app for iOS and Android devices, is reported to be heading towards Microsoft's Windows Phone. It seems that Instagram app will be made available for the platform soon, despite Facebook's recent acquisition of the service for $1 billion.

With the announcement of the Lumia 925 in London there was an announcement of a new app coming soon to Windows Phone 8, called Oggl, it's a social network by the makers of popular iOS camera app Hipstamatic. This app allows users to take photos and apply filters like Instagram and allow the sharing to the Facebook-owned service.

Instagram Reportedly Coming to Windows Phone Handsets Soon

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Also reportedly, it is said to have found that the official Nokia account was actually following the official twitter account of the official Instagram client for Windows Phone which instinctively adds to the belief that the official Instagram app for Windows Phone might be just around the corner.

Instagram Reportedly Coming to Windows Phone Handsets Soon

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With the staggering number of 4,174,346 downloads already visible on the Google Play Windows Phone seems to envy other Android devices which supports the app. Fortunately, the rumor of the app coming soon for the Windows platform is already making several brands and Windows phone user anxious and impatient.

Sharing pictures has been the best way to express oneself and Instagram helps one to edit photos and share those images to their friends and acquaintances in a click of a single button.

Although the rumors which said that the official Instagram app is on the way for Window's phone have been circulating since a months now. There were multiple reports online saying that Instagram client for Windows Phone is in testing and may get released soon.

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