Thanks to the rich and flexible real-time API offered by Instagramearlier this year, developers are able to pull in not only images from the popular photo-sharing service, but also tags, locations, comments and other data.Since the API was released, we’ve seen an uptick in third party applications that utilize it, some of them more effectively than others. This brings the service beyond the parameters of its native iPhone app, which was previously the only way to view photographs published on Instagram.
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