Instagraph is a popular Instagram client for our Windows Phone that was the first to allow uploads to the photo sharing network. The Windows Phone photography app was updated today to version 2.6 and adds new features to both the Windows Phone 7.x and 8 versions.
The Windows Phone 8 version gets forty-five new effects filters that are powered by Nokia's imaging SDK. Everything from an antique filter to a cartoon rendition to a lomo filter. Instagraph also gets lens support with the Windows Phone 8 version allowing you to launch the app from the camera lens selection.
Instagraph new filters, lens support and sharing features
Both Windows Phone 8 and 7.x versions get Facebook and Twitter sharing options, a minor user interface restyle and a few "under the hood" fixes and improvements.
If you're like Molly Wood and still searching for an Instagram client app for your Windows Phone, Instagraph is worth checking out.
There is a free trial version of Instagraph available with the full version running $1.29. You can find it all here in the Windows Phone Store.
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