Browse Instagram Photos & Make Instagram Collages on Honeycomb or ICS – HoneyGram App
All of you must be familiar with the highly popular Instagram. It is the most popular image sharing service enjoyed by Android users. All thanks to Android developers, Android users can now steal a glance at the amazing pictures being shared by this service. Say Hii to HoneyGram, an Android app with multi-touch interface that enables users to browse and view images shared on Instagram.
HoneyGram is an Android app developed by “A Walking City”, the same developer who built apps such as Rev3Remote, Monkey Fill and Cloud Writer. Basically the app functions as an Instagram image browser for all Android devices. There are loads of great photos that Instagram users share everyday and because of it’s popularity, HoneyGram is very useful especially if you are not an iOS user.
Users can log into HoneyGram using their Instagram account and browse through thousands of user-submitted images. you can also constrict your search with the help of categories and browse images by popularity and location. You can also perform tag searches.
By logging in to your Intagram account you can also choose to follow and unfollow users, access more tag search results, and view the images that you have shared and those that are shared by other users. You can view your photo feeds and add three widgets to your dashboard that are My friend, Tag searches, and My Pictures. You can also like and give your comments to photos and share them on a social networking site.
Image browsing is not the only feature that HoneyGram has. It has a built-in editor that lets you create photo collages out of the photos that you choose. Put together un-arranged pieces of art from your Android device else give vent to your creativity by using your own uploaded pictures from Instagram or the ones submitted by the users.
The Multi-Touch Interface Visualization feature makes HoneyGram quiet exciting to use. To get started with this feature, you have to simply press on the Interface button. With this feature you can make some changes to an image by using any of the five multi-touch functions. If you want to move an image you use a one-finger touch, the two-finger touches rotate the image and three-finger touch drag an image to the top of the screen. Four-finger touch enables users to hide an image and five-finger touch reveals all the hidden images.
Although HoneyGram is quiet good for browsing and viewing pictures on Instagram, you need to have an an Instagram account to log into the device. And the only way you can create an Instagram account is through the official Instagram app on an iOS device.
Alternatively you can try HoneyGram for your Android device and download it from the Google Play Store for free. The app is available for Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, and Google TV. Current version of this app is 3.5.2 and it requires Android 3.1 and up to operate.