Instagram has been hard at work on improving its Android application and today, the app has received yet another update, one that brings several bug fixes and also brings support for Android-powered tablets and Wi-Fi only devices.
The update comes after the developers of the popular camera application released two significant updates aimed at curbing the bugs that arrived when the application was released for Android earlier this week.
Clearly, this update is big for those that enjoy taking pictures with their Android tablet.
Read: Instagram for Android Review.
That’s not all either.
The update also brings several other improvements along with it including:
- • Open up support to Tablets and WiFi handsets
- • Allow app installation on SD card
- • Fix audio mute bug during capture
- • Several small bug fixes and improvements
The inclusion of SDcard support is big for those that don’t have a lot of free space on their smartphone or tablet. It’s also nice to see the developer continually working to improve the application.
Instagram for Android launched earlier this week to much fanfare. However, it became clear that it was not immune to the problems that often plague Android applications.
The application included an assortment of bugs and many Android device owners were left without access to the application.
That didn’t stop Android owners from downloading the application however.
In its firs 24 hours on the Google Play Store, the application was downloaded over 1 million times, a number that has surely increased as the week has gone on.
This article may contain affiliate links. Click here for more details.