Windows Phone Store description: Over million users love Instagram! It's a simple way to capture and share the world's moments on your Windows Phone. Customize your photos with one of several gorgeous and custom built filter effects.
Transform everyday moments into works of art you'll want to share with friends and family. Share your photos in a simple photo stream with friends to see - and follow your friends' photos with the click of a single button. Every day you open up Instagram, you'll see new photos from your closest friends, and creative people from around the world. Instagram Beta V. This is to help the team squash bugs and solve issues consumers have experienced attempting to use the app.
So what's new in this version of Storage Check? According to product page on the Beta Labs website, it's now possible to store offline maps on an SD card. That's an extremely useful feature as smartphones rather unfortunately don't come with 1TB storage drives.
Should you be having trouble with "Other Storage", you may want to check out this option once this version of Storage Check is released to the public. Here's a quick look at the Storage Check app that's currently available for Lumia Windows Phones not the beta version : Be sure to head on over to the Nokia Beta Labs to try out the beta version and look up more information. If you're having trouble with the version in the "Settings" on your Lumia Windows Phone, it's recommended you try out this beta.
Update: Adding the Store link for the Beta of Storage Check, though users may need to register to download.
While the beta version is now available in the Windows Phone Store for free, it looks like Nokia has forgotten to add the share option to the app. The app is also available as a lens for convenience. The most interesting features the update brought were 'Sightline' and 'Freeze'. This feature is only available in supported areas where Nokia has already collected accurate, 3D data. The filter icon will automatically show up in the City Lens app in case you are in a supported area. The Freeze feature lets you point and hit a pause button to "freeze" your surroundings and see the options available.
Earlier, you had to keep your camera pointed at the target in order to check out the options. You can now tap on the screen to "freeze" the view and consider the options without cramping your arm. The update gives you the ability to view addresses without leaving the camera view. I can see it being a handy photography app to have on your Windows Phone.
PlaceCam has the option to launch your Windows Phone camera to capture a new image to tag or you can pull up an existing image to tag from your Pictures Hub. Whichever method used, you'll have to crop your image in a square frame much like you do with the Instagram apps. Once cropped, you're sent to the main editing pages. You have the four templates to choose from and a series of editing controls running along the bottom of the screen. The Nearby control will use your current location and find any nearby landmarks that may be associated with your photo.
If you find a landmark that describes your image's location just tap on it and the location field is automatically populated. The Places control is where you can manually enter the location or edit an automatically generated location. You also have the options to choose font size, color, text opacity, choose descriptive symbols to use with the location and choose the theme color dark or light.
The Hashtag control is, as you would guess, where you add any hashtags to your images.