Oct 23, 2012

The Photo-Sharing Wars Aren’t Over Yet. Snapchat And Cinemagram Are Quietly Blowing Up
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When Instagram’s roughly $750 million sale to Facebook closed, it seemed that the photo-sharing chapter in mobile app history closed. Instagram had definitively won, while many startups like Mixed Media Labs’ Picplz and Path either pivoted or completely redid their apps. But if you look at the top charts today, maybe this race isn’t so finished. In fact, there are a couple of younger photo-sharing apps that have quietly blown up over the last month or two.No, these ones aren’t necessarily about filters or video-sharing although there is an app Vintique that is doing well at a #2 U.S. free rank thanks to being Apple’s App of the Week.There are two others that have had a sustained presence on the top free app charts over the last few weeks. Both Cinemagram and Snapchat have very unique takes on the photography genre

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