How many Instagram clients exist for Android and iOS? Just one, the official app. We may not have the official app on Windows Phone, but we do have a solid selection of alternatives to get the job done. It’s hard to imagine what an official app would bring at this point besides the official seal. Today one of our apps picked up an update. Let’s check out what’s new with InPic.
InPic was last covered by us a little over two weeks ago. That update fixed a bug with user logins, added the ability to share to Facebook, and add integration for the Picture Hub. There was a small update between then and now that added the ability to register a new Instagram account through the app. Here’s what’s new in this latest update v1.2:
- Add multiple accounts
- Repost photos
Support for multiple accounts is a pretty straightforward concept. It’s great for folks who manage company or brand accounts alongside their own personal. Reposts are a new interesting twist to the photo sharing social network. Think of them like retweets on Twitter. InPic now allows you to repost any photo to Instagram. In order to provide credit to the original account, the username stays embedded in the repost. It’s a pretty nifty thing and something we haven’t really seen elsewhere.
Hey Molly Wood, we’ve got plenty of Instagram apps on Windows Phone.
Want to get in on the InPic action? It’s available for Windows Phone 8 users and is free with no ads and no trial. Just 100% free. Grab it in the Windows Phone Store, use the QR code below, or swipe to the right in our app.
Thanks for the tip Martsicky!