Instagram have released v2.0 of it’s excellent photography app into the wild. There are some very nice updates, including instant live filters, live tilt-shift, 4 new filters, the ability to turn borders on and off and more.
I wasn’t sure I wanted to take a look at Photovine. I have used several photo upload services, settling (for the most part) on Instagram.
However, I wasn’t expecting Photovine to be quite as social as it is and I’ve found myself looking at more photos in Photovine than I have done with any other photo sharing service. By that I mean spending time looking through the various vines (topics) at all the different shots that have been shared.
With the other services I might take a look at a shared photo that I’ve seen posted to Twitter and with Instagram I might occasionally scroll down the feed to see a few shots but with Photovine I’m spending time looking through each vine.
I’m enjoying it. As with most services, you can find me as craigt44 on Photovine.
It’s a great photo sharing social networking based app for the iPhone that I think I might just end up using more than I originally thought I would.
Let me know your thoughts on both the Photovine app and the service as a whole.
The brilliant Camera+ app has been updated to version 2.3 and includes a new feature. You can now add captions to photos.
This update also brings a number of improvements, such as performance improvements, a new style to the edit bar in Lightbox and more.