“Hang on,” you might be crying. “The Nexus 7 doesn’t have a rear camera. How am I supposed to capture all my goings-on in a shade of hipster?”
Well it does have a 1.2-megapixel front-facer, so it’s more suited to self-portraits than documenting your surroundings. Unless you fancy shooting without a viewfinder or screen to frame your shots, that is.
But thanks to the filters, these should be the most hipsterish self-portraits you’ve ever snapped.
And the big screen is well-suited for viewing your friends’ Instagram shots in all their glory, even if you don’t fancy snapping anything new.
The latest version also lets you post your shots to Flickr using the app’s Share menu. So if you’re not fussed about the Nexus 7 at all, there’s still plenty to play with in the update.
Shortly after Instagram announced it was launching on Android, Facebook bought the photo-sharing app for $1bn. Facebook then launched its own Facebook Camera app, prompting fears it would run down Instagram and use all its tech in its own app. Thankfully that hasn’t happened.
If you’ve got the update, let us know how you’re getting on in the comments below.