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Instagram update adds filter, tools after license kerfuffle

John P. Mello Jr. | Dec. 26, 2012
It was business as usual for Instagram's developers this week despite the kerfuffle over the photo-sharing service's overreaching terms of use agreement.

For example, when Twitter revamped the rules for accessing its API, it cut off access by Instagram (and other services) to the microblogging service's "find your friends" feature, which allowed Instagram users to follow the same people they followed on Twitter.

In addition, the card-scotching move occurred just days before Twitter rolled out a new version of its mobile app that included photo filters, a strategy seen as a bold attempt to wean shuttterbugs away from Instagram.


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