Instagram is a simple and easy to use application specifically designed for mobile phones. The Instagram application allows you to take a photo, add an effect, and share your photo instantly on Instagram or any other social network like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Foursquare and Tumblr.
You can use this app on iPhone, Android and now on Blackberry too. You can now download Instagram for Blackberry 10 absolutely free. Following we have a quick guide on how you can download Instagram for Blackberry 10.
1. First thing is, you must download the application to your desktop, or directly to your Blackberry 10 Phone. To do so, go to http://instagrambb.com/ , You can click on any of the two buttons that you see here i.e. "Click Here to Download" or "Blackberry Compatible".
2. In case you have downloaded the application on your computer, then connect your Blackberry 10 Phone or tablet to your computer, and put the Application file in the map "Applications".
3. In case you have downloaded the app straight on your Blackberry 10 mobile phone, then launch the program directly from your applications menu.
4. Open the application and create your Instagram account, or login if you already have an account.
5. That's it. You have successfully Downloaded Instagram App on Blackberry 10 phone.
Once you are logged in, you can now snap pictures, apply filters & effects, publish them to your Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Foursquare and Tumblr accounts.
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