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Instagram on Android Depresses iPhone Users

Recently, I reported that Instagram is set to have an Android app soon. And the app is now available for Android 2.2 and up. It’s well made well and runs great on my Android devices so far. But, the funny thing is some iPhone user reaction to it.

There’s an odd category of iPhone users out there — the ones that feel like owning an iPhone turns you into royalty of some sort. Or thinking that only iPhone users should have access to Instagram app. Not every iPhone user has this type of attitude of course — and we’re tech agnostic here. We love it all!

But the reactions coming from the previously mentioned types of users I found this morning is funny.

And just so you can see that I’m not kidding, just check out the replies to this post on Buzzfeed. The post announces the release of Instagram for Android, and you can find replies like:

Don’t follow me on instagram if you have an android….. Ew

Ew. I don’t want to see android phones in my instagram feed. I like it being an apple club.

Man, android users getting instagram is like the losers in high school taking over the cool table in the cafeteria.

all these android users are starting to follow me on instagram. yuck.

If you are on an Android – please don’t follow me on instagram. Thank you.

I can’t wait for it to get a Windows Phone version, so we can all have another good laugh.

It would be even funnier if a lot of Android users install it from here and start posting tons of pictures to Instagr.am.

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4 Responses to Instagram on Android Depresses iPhone Users

  1. Maurice April 4, 2012 at 3:07 pm #

    I have it on my WP 7.5 – InstaCam! Bring it!

  2. Brian Burgess April 4, 2012 at 10:24 pm #

    LOL. Let the battle begin!

  3. Bogdan Bele April 5, 2012 at 12:07 am #

    This is going to get funnier every day. 🙂

  4. Mat Lee April 6, 2012 at 12:11 am #

    I love the comment about seeing picture of what poor people eat. It’s so funny how people think the objects they buy will change other peoples perception of them. It’s even funnier that it really does!

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