Instagram For Android Updated To Add Support For Nexus 7 And Flickr Sharing; Twitter For BB Updated To v3.1
By on July 17th, 2012

To get to that magical $199 price on the Nexus 7, Google and Asus had to make a lot of compromises including ditching a back camera on the tablet. Considering not many people use their tablet to click pictures, this definitely is a wise move. However, the lack of a back camera on the Nexus 7 also means that all apps on the Android Market that rely on a camera, including Instagram, give a “Device Not Supported” error.

Today, the Instagram developers have released a new update for the Android version of the app that adds support for the Nexus 7, along with the ability to share their images to Flickr. Nexus 7 users can now use the 1.3MP front-facing camera on their tablet to click pictures using Instagram.

 In some other app related update news, Twitter for BlackBerry also got a major update to v3.1. The new update brings with it an improved tweet details screen including the ability to see who retweeted your tweet, the ability to undo your RTs, and support for three new languages. The update is already available in the BlackBerry App World for users to download.
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