A Windows application called Instagrille is bringing Instagram to your Windows computer. Able to do most of the same things you can do with the mobile version of the app –- except unfortunately upload photos -- the free desktop app can be used to browse through photographs on the service, follow and unfollow other users, and leave and receive likes and comments on uploaded photos.
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On Tuesday Instagram came out with its long-awaited Android app, and within 24 hours the app had more than 1 million downloads. Friday the company also added Android tablet and Wi-Fi handset support. Currently Instagram is only officially available as an Android and iOS app, however, another desktop called Carousel allows the service to be used on Macs (and allows you to upload photos from your desktop).
Instagrille was created by SweetLabs, a startup backed by Google and Intel that is working on Pokki, a platform that helps developers create connected apps on standard web languages such as HTML5. Currently there are more than 150 different apps in Pokki, including Instagrille. While currently only for Windows PCs, the company has plans to release Instagrille for Macs later this year.
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Instagram hasn't announced plans to work on its own desktop software, although if the company continues to grow, that might be something we see in the future. Instagram could also decide to purchase Instagrille, Carousel, or desktop apps like them and make them its own.
Do you have the desire to use Instagram on your desktop computer? Can you see yourself using Instagrille on a PC? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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