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Ever want to find Instagram photos taken in a certain location? Worldcam lets you do just that.
The service, built on Foursquare, Instagram, Geonames and Geoplugin's APIs, lets you search for Instagram photos of a specific location in any city in the world.
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We tried looking for Mashable HQ in New York City and voilà -- we got a stream of Instagram photos taken in our office. As Gizmodo notes, the entire service could also be described as an easy way to look inside any building, since Instagram users often take photos indoors.
While that may be true, however, we prefer to look at the service as a nifty way to browse through images from Instagram. Since Worldcam sorts photos by date, this is especially useful when you want to check out pics from recent events, such as a conference. For example, this stream includes photos from the Moscone center in San Francisco, Calif., where Oracle OpenWorld 2012 is being held.
Do you like this service? What additional features would you want implemented in Worldcam? Share your thoughts in the comments.
This story originally published on Mashable here.