The wildly popular photo-sharing site Instagram released its app for Android devices.
This comes about a year and a half after the app launched for iOS, Apple's mobile operating system, which has about 30 million users. On launch day, Instagram said it had 430,000 people on the Android waiting list.
The app runs on any camera phone with Android 2.2 or above with support for OpenGL ES 2. But it won't yet run on Android tablets.
The app includes the same filters as the iPhone app. But there are some missing features. There's no tilt shift/blur, sharing from the Feed or live preview in this first iteration. And users can share to Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and Tumblr -- but not Flickr yet.