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With Facebook and Google, two mobile powerhouses, investing in photo editing technology, and last week's announcement of the iPhone with its new 8-megapixel camera, the market for mobile photo apps doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
Facebook has finally completed its acquisition of photo-sharing application Instagram, close to five months after the deal was first announced and two weeks since it earned Federal Trade Commission approval.
Although Facebook remains the most popular social networking application across Apple's iOS platform, its dominance is waning as download volumes drop off and rivals like Pinterest and Twitter gain steam.
More than four months after Facebook announced an agreement to acquire photo-sharing application Instagram, the deal has finally earned Federal Trade Commission approval.
Twitter has disabled photo-sharing application Instagram's access to its Find Your Friends feature, although the Twitter API remains available to other social networking apps.
Instagram issued an updated version of its popular photo sharing application for Apple's iOS, its first significant overhaul since Facebook acquired the service for $1 billion in April.
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Facebook unveiled Camera, a new photo-sharing and effects app for Apple's ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) iOS. Camera allows users to quickly upload existing photos or take new pictures and publish them on their...
A month after acquiring photo-sharing application Instagram for $1 billion, Facebook has scooped up the similar Lightbox, which enables Android devices users to snap, filter and share images across