You’re on a small budget and you love sharing photos on Instagram, Pinterest and, well, everywhere. Photoshop has a learning curve you’re not ready to tackle and hiring a designer is out. That’s okay, there are alternatives to high end photo-editing products that live on your browser, and, with a little practice, can give you some amazing results.
IFTTT just announced the launch of a New York Times channel, integration with Instagram videos and other updates. We will provide more updates soon, but wanted to get the news to you first.
Would you have ever thought to use the Instagram account on a lost phone to tell the owner you found it? That’s exactly what this group of teens did and their goodwill and creativity shot them to the front page of Reddit. Check out the most awesome way to tell someone you found their lost phone:
Instagram is blocking third-party applications who have the words “insta,” “gram” or “IG” in their names. While it could sound like they’re being mean or selfish with their API, it’s basic trademark law. Symbols, colors and other defining characteristics are how brands set themselves apart, and Instagram wants to keep their brand to themselves.
Instead of merely taking a photo of the temperature inside your car or showing off the latest rain storm, use an app that automatically adds your location and weather as a skinnable image for you. Launched in October 2012, Instaweather is the most popular app in its genre, with millions of downloads and almost 6 million Insteweather-tagged photos on Instagram.
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Three days ago, the world’s first Instagram Video movie trailer (that we know of) was shared. It was for none other than the upcoming movie, “Jobs The Film,” starring Ashton Kutcher (@aplusk). The film about Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs, is out August 16, and is heavily leveraging social networks, like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to generate buzz. Enjoy 15 seconds of social cinema magic: