While there have been a few unofficial apps and services that allowed you to view and comment on Instagram feeds, the social image sharing app has mostly been a mobile-centric affair, until now. Instagram has finally arrived on web browsers, two years after the service premiered on mobile devices. Co-Founder Kevin Systrom broke the news on the company’s official blog page today.
The official web version of Instagram pretty much follows the same mold on mobile devices, and allows you to pretty much do everything you were able to do before. The new web version of Instagram also allows mobile devices without a dedicated app to use the service – that means that Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry 10 device owners can now partake in the discussions about what you had for lunch today, but unfortunately they still won’t be able to post photos.
Curious? You can see it for yourself at www.instagram.com