Looks like it's not just iPhone users who love forcing everyone to stare at pictures of their bloody food, or ruining improving overwise-decent photos with wonderful lo-fi filters. After a year of hipstering-it-up on Android, almost half of Instagram's users are Google-powered.
With so many great Android camera phones, it's no wonder they're all eager to show off their snaps. It makes you wonder why anything like that is iOS-only for so long. Maybe they need a lesson in Android app development?
For what it's worth, the Instagram team is apparently dedicated to trying to make the Android experience faster and better, which can only be a good thing. Mind you, with what's approaching 50 million users on Android alone, its first stab at things can't be too bad, even if Facebook can now stick its oar in. It's not like the Facebook Android app is a shining example of how to do things right, that's for sure. [Instagram]