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Posted by on Dec 21, 2012 in Social Networks |

Instagram allows uploading photos to Facebook Pages

Instagram allows uploading photos to Facebook Pages

Interesting news for those who manage for brands. The popular photo sharing service announced today the ability to upload your images to Instagram to our Facebook page. Unfortunately, the feature is only available for users of the iOS app. According to Instagram, is available for Android users in the near future. Considering the boom that had the application after its launch on Android, adding millions of users and specifying finally sold to Facebook for a billion dollars.

The new Instagram update also allows individual users to easily share photos via Facebook and Twitter, with entrenched integration. And they have added a new filter called Mayfair, and more than 25 new languages, ideal for the international community of users. Although many news sites are claiming that Android is available for this operating system, in the Instagram blog can be read clearly expect the functionality to be available in the near future. Maybe things will change soon.

One of the most important pillars of Instagram is the ability it gives us to share our photos on other social networks. In addition to social networking features, such as photo sharing with your contacts and follow other people, our images can be uploaded to our Facebook and Twitter. Recently, Twitter blocked from looking at pictures of Instagram natively, but there are ways to avoid it.

With the advent of integration with Facebook Pages, we received great news. At least, from the side of the profile managers . Until now, we had to do manual work to upload photos from Instagram to a corporate site. Instagram is an ideal tool for event coverage, share new products, reveal catalogs, and more. Depending on the number of users we have and the kind of brand that we manage, we have many possible uses.

This update allows us to save a lot of time, and recognizes Instagram as an important business tool, and dispersion. As can be implemented in Android, you probably have more followers, knowing the amount of Android that is used in the world. It is also interesting to see how Instagram, now owned by Facebook, is taking advantage of this sale so they can squeeze more fully in one of the largest social networks on the planet.




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