Instagraph adds filters and tools to edit images

instagramWe have talked on many occasions about the lack of applications available for Ubuntu Phone. A good example is instagram, which although it is true that it is available for phones that use Ubuntu as an operating system, it is also true that it is a third party application to access the social network of photos Instagram. In any case, Instagraph has received a new update that includes interesting news.

Instagraph 0.0.3 includes new features, such as possibility to cut photos and edit them modifying its brightness, increasing saturation, blurring, etc. On the other hand, the update also allows you to respond to direct messages, open external links with the browser and perform local search. Even more, now you can also apply the Instagram filters, a simple modification that is still popular among users of the social network of photos owned by Facebook.

List of new features included in Instagraph 0.0.3

  • Tool to crop photos.
  • Image filters.
  • Image editing tools.
  • Possibility of replying to direct messages.
  • Possibility of opening external links.
  • Local search.
  • Local feed.
  • Ability to view the list of accounts that other users follow.
  • Edit previously uploaded files.
  • Possibility of adding location to images.
  • Fixed camera orientation bug.
  • Fixed the bug of the size of the photo captured with the camera.

Keep in mind that Instagraph is still in alpha phaseSo you shouldn't be surprised if you experience glitches when using this third-party Instagram client. It is available from the Ubuntu Store, but you can also download it by clicking on the following image.


Personally, although I am happy to see that there are developers willing to create software for Ubuntu Phone, it does not reassure me that in order to use Instagram on a phone with Ubuntu we have to use one unofficial app. This just goes to show that the Achilles heel of Ubuntu Phone is, and appears to continue to be, mobile software. It only remains to wait to see what future awaits Canonical's mobile operating system.

Via: omnibuntu.

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