WLC Gram is a new Instagram client for Windows Phone users

WLC Gram is a new Instagram client for Windows Phone users
Third party Instagram clients are a dime a dozen in the Windows Phone Store. Actually, it costs more than that. The latest of the apps that bring Instagram functionality to Windows Phone is available as WLC Gram is now here. The app will cost you 99 cents and there is a 9 hour free trial that you can try before you buy.

The features include the ability to register an Instagram account. After you take a picture, there are a number of filters that you can use, just like the real site, and you can view images uploaded by friends. You can also share pictures with Instagram using the app. Checking the name of a friend or a particular hashtag, you can search for a specific profile page and view the pictures on those pages.

According to the developer, in progress is a way to "like" photos and comment on them, and a way to view Instagram videos. Another feature being worked on is the ability to share pictures with Facebook and Twitter users. You can check out WLC Gram, currently listed at the Windows Phone Store.

source: WLCGram via WMPoweruser



13. Rehankhan

Posts: 323; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

i dont get wp8 users are so professional they know every thing about photography they use their lumia 1020 instead of dslr then why they are so desperate about instagram?


Posts: 4851; Member since: Apr 13, 2012

Why did Google give Nokiawp8 our beloved YouTube! It's exclusive to Instagram for iOS and android not for that odd platform. Nokia ms are begging and being going so low and cheap that self respect has died in humanity for them. How dare Google provide YouTube... ®™

19. feres13

Posts: 307; Member since: Dec 23, 2011

Well MS has some of their services on the play store like xbox live and skydrive between many olthers.

18. bawboh86

Posts: 10; Member since: Jun 05, 2013

Meh. It's a fun social network. I'm a professional photographer, but I love to post pics of my cat to Instagram, Facebook, G+, etc. That's all it comes down to.

11. Nokfan1603

Posts: 84; Member since: Mar 13, 2013

Is is pathetic how Android fanboys are attacking Windows Phone. Like little insecure kids. You can write whatever you want; still, it is a fact, that user satisfaction of Windows Phone is higher than that of Android Phones. So, go on trolling...

9. zuckerboy

Posts: 898; Member since: Dec 22, 2011

I had decided to switch to nokia and tried 920 at store . Windows mobile 2 years behind android and ios . I would buy nokia without windows or updated windows.

10. muhsen

Posts: 281; Member since: Jun 07, 2012

hmmm.. u probably just scrolled through the tiles or just did nothing ...first its called windows phone not windows mobile and 2nd calling it 2 years behind android and ios is a big troll ...(windows phone has nfc, mass storage ,bt file transfer ...and lots of other things that android has and ios doesn't have......some missing apps doesn't make it 2 years behind ), its not someone's problem that u don't know anything about wp ......and btw there's instance app for instagram which is free and a lot better than the official one on other platforms

12. FeroDeNO

Posts: 34; Member since: Jul 20, 2013

ok detailed below android has auto rotate turn on/off in android if a person cant purchase app.or games then he/she can easily download and transfer easily and.install.it no notifications on windows in windows phone battery goes on.power saver.mode and.disables.wi fi bluetooth problem(no matter used or not) in windows phone cant download songs and videos direct from browser in windows phone doesnt support multiple video formats no other browser(just internet explorer) in windows phone in.windows phone no notification bar

17. bawboh86

Posts: 10; Member since: Jun 05, 2013

Okay, autorotate, I'll give you. when it comes to re-downloading games, Microsoft does that for you. I've switched through a few Windows Phones and I have to say it works 1000x better than any of my old Android phones did (all the way up through the One X. There ARE notifications in Windows Phone, but there isn't a notification area. So, I don't know why you're saying "no notifications". Disabling WiFi is a standard thing to do when going into power saver on just about any electronic device. I use Bluetooth on my Windows Phone daily with no problems, so I don't know what Bluetooth issues of which you speak. There are at least 3 other browsers, and that's just a quick search in the store. I have downloaded songs directly from the browser, but I have to admit that I can't find a way to download videos from it. Then again, I'm not sure where you're downloading videos. If you REALLY need something, there are torrent clients you can install on your Windows Phone device. Okay, so, again, how is it behind? I feel like you're finding random comments about WP from around the Internet, but haven't actually used one. Also, just to clarify, I use Android on a daily as well. I have Android tablets and my gf has an android phone (that used to be mine, but she got it when I switched to WP). I have nothing against it, or any other mobile platform. I do have something against people spreading FUD in these comment sections. It's getting really annoying.

3. harigrg33

Posts: 188; Member since: May 20, 2013

Why dont nokia understand the value of official app to the customer... tht is why it has drop all the way from top place to bottom..... poor nokia...

4. EXkurogane

Posts: 863; Member since: Mar 07, 2013

Ask Facebook since they own INstagram, not Nokia. Windows phone didnt even have an official app - the current 2 FB apps are both developed by MIcrosoft, not by Facebook, At least they are quite decent. The same thing goes for google-related apps like a native youtube app or other stuff, it's Google c0ckblocking the development of windows phone, seeing it as a potential threat, not that Microsoft and Nokia are not doing any work.

5. FeroDeNO

Posts: 34; Member since: Jul 20, 2013

even no official app for youtube :D just check the reviews and comments of facebook in windows phone market place 90% people just complain

6. EXkurogane

Posts: 863; Member since: Mar 07, 2013

Yes, and like i said Google is partly responsible for it. Not all of them are Microsoft's fault, but Msoft should pick up the pace since Nokia is doing more than what Msoft does in the app department. But i never use youtube on a phone (data drain - i would rather use the data to read websites, full webpages, not apps or mobile versions). Im a rather light smartphone user who treats his phone like a portable media player fpr music and web browsing instead of a phone (I make only 2 or less calls a day). Couldnt be bothered by all the missing apps that i dont even use.

7. FeroDeNO

Posts: 34; Member since: Jul 20, 2013

ok how many people dont care about youtube app or facebook app?? 1? 100? 1000? ok 10000?? ahhhh 100000?? but what about 10000000000 people?? this number is too big as compared to 10000 people who dont care :D so they shud work according to 100000000000 people

8. EXkurogane

Posts: 863; Member since: Mar 07, 2013

Microsoft's FB app is pretty okay, but deserves more feature additions. Yes, many people care about Youtube, but not me. I was merely talking about what i need. I have long boycotted youtube, i never visited youtube voluntarily for over a year already (perhaps, already, 2 years), unless someone wants to show me something. The reason for it is long, i could type an essay. Videos embedded on Phonearena here, i also dont click or watch them. Smartphone reviews, if i need to see some video, i head over to engadget, they host their own videos for reviews.


Posts: 4851; Member since: Apr 13, 2012

Nokia Ms fanboy pure extreme to extant ®

2. zuckerboy

Posts: 898; Member since: Dec 22, 2011

poor wp users :D

1. FeroDeNO

Posts: 34; Member since: Jul 20, 2013

why 99 cents?? android got official app for free


Posts: 4851; Member since: Apr 13, 2012

just like iOS users GOD save the rest. Wise up Uneducated uncivilized ® Brainwashed

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