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Finally, a beautiful and simple way to browse Instagram on your iPad! Iris is an iPad app that offers you a fun, simple and easy-to-use interface that connects to Instagram, enabling you to interact with all your friends photos. See pictures the way they were supposed to be viewed - upclose and beautiful!
Many great features, such as:
-Double tap any photo from anywhere in the application to like or unlike a photo.
-Share photos on twitter simply by tapping enlarged photos.
-Comment on friends photos and find new people to follow with an easy-to-use search.
-Browse popular photos. You never know who you might run across!
-See where friends and users have taken photos with geo-location.
Get started using the best iPad client for Instagram, ever!
****ATTENTION: YOU CANNOT PUBLISH PHOTOS TO INSTAGRAM WITH THIS APP. INSTAGRAM DOES NOT ALLOW THIS****
What's New in Version 1.1
- bug fixes causing app to crash on load
- new likes tab
- more visible caption
- recommend users from profiles
- improved app icon
** minor update to fix bugs, major updating coming soon.
This is the best
This is the best social app for iPad. The customer service is great and the app itself is very high quality. If you have an instagram and want to get an iPad version for it, this is perfect. I can think of no downsides besides the fact that you can't upload pictures to instagram through the app.
In need of additional features
Excellent app, but it would be much nicer if you can see who you follow but isnt following you back, also to like people status is such a hassle it can be fix, as well as when you comment you have to mention the person instead of holding their name to mention quicker
Too much work to view caption
You have to click on each photo to view the first few words of the caption, and then click the "Comments" bubble icon to view the whole caption. Unfortunately that's way too much work. There should be an option to just display the caption under each photo in the "grid" view, and then a single-tap to display the photo and the comments. Until then, Iris is not really an efficient way to peruse Instagram...