Instagram 3.4 brings new ‘Mayair’ filter, enhanced Facebook options

Instagram 3.4 brings new ‘Mayair’ filter, enhanced Facebook options

instagram_android_alternative_androidguysInstagram has rolled out a new version (v3.4) of its Android app which introduces a new filter and support for sharing to Facebook Pages. Also, there is now support for up to 25 languages, something our international crowd will certainly appreciate. Last, but not least, the app has picked up some bug fixes and performance tweaks.

We know some of you have been upset by Instagram’s recent actions, some of which may be merited. Have you decided to “go back” this week or are you calling it quits?  Is the new stuff enough to sway you back? By the way, did you ever check out our Instagram alternatives and companion apps?

New features in Instagram 3.4

  • Instagram is now available in 25 languages!
  • New filter: Mayfair
  • Share your Instagram photos to Facebook Pages
  • Improved performance and bug fixes

[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.instagram.android” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Download Instagram for Android (Google Play)[/download_link]

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