Finally. After announcing that it will be launching very soon, who knew it would be one day later? Instagram, finally sort of shows off the beta version of its Android app. So its not vaporware after all.
According to TechCrunch's Kim-Mai Cutler, Instagram founder Kevin Systrom demonstrated the Android app onstage during an interview.
He waved it around very briefly on-stage, but he didn't give a full demo. (That's for later, and the company tells us they aren't totally ready for a walkthrough yet.)
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