It seems the days of intense iPhone envy may be over now that the crazily popular photo sharing and editing app Instagram has announced its long awaited Android version.
Kevin Systrom, the CEO of Instagram, said at LeWeb in Paris:
"We have two people working on Android now [...] I'm excited to be able to see our numbers today nearly double."
That's right, according to reports from CNET and Mashable, the company believes that bringing out an Android app could well double its user base of 50 million. Wow, that's a lot of overly filtered, dreamy shots of cats and croissants.
So do you think an Android version of the popular app will get more people on board or will the fact it's now available to even more people make it seem less special and community driven?