Summary: With Thursday’s launch of Instagram 3.0, the photo-sharing platform of over 80 million has created a simple, and amazingly useful, way in which to experience the world. Photo Map, as Instagram calls it, plots each filtered still life based on the location in which it was captured. While this concept is nothing new, Instagram’s buyer Facebook has been doing this for a while. The Palo Alto giant’s problem is mobile. The user experience in viewing photos on Facebook’s app leaves much to be desired.
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