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Editor's note, April 27, 2015: This review has been updated to cover new features added in the latest version. It was originally published in August of 2012.

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But what's continues to be special about the Instagram phenomenon is how users have used the app to create a story about their everyday lives through stylized photos and videos.

Getting started

You start by signing up with Instagram with an email address, username and password. From there you can configure instagram takipçi satın al to autopost to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, Foursquare and Posterous, or just choose to share images from within the app or via email. You can also turn any of these options on or off if you don't want to share your shots with everyone.

Once you're connected, you'll be able to snap a photo wherever you are, move and scale the image, add an effect with a touch of your finger, and then touch Done to share your photographic moment with the world.

Adding filters and effects

The app comes with several free, custom-designed filters that can give your image various retro effects, a grainy black-and-white look, or even adjustable tilt-shift options. A recent update added three new filters for both iOS and Android; Lark, Reyes and Juno. Lark emphasizes green and blue colors in your photos, Reyes give you another vintage effect (like many of Instagram's filters do) and Juno brings out warm tones and plays up any white colors.

The Android version of Instagram got an update adding a few new features for your photos and a new option for notifications. An iOS update with the same features should be coming soon.

To add something more to your images, there are new Fade options and Color overlays you can add along with the usual tweaks. Fade gives your photo an aged look by softening the colors. The color overlays come in eight different color options with yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, blue, cyan and green. They can be applied to shadows or highlights in your images.

When you're satisfied with your shot, you can add a caption along with geotagging it, then share it right away.