After Instagram announced it would no longer support the integration of your photos into Twitter, so users had to go see them at the site Instagram, impoverishing the final experience of sharing your images.
And since Twitter added the possibility to add Instagram-style filters to your photos. Yesterday, we heard that Instagram now change the terms and conditions of use so that from 2013 to sell the images from users without their consent, and no right to compensation, and also share user data with Facebook, to offer more segmented advertising to advertisers, as they did in Facebook, just the opposite of what to buy Instagram announced.
If these drastic changes that have already arisen boycott by Anonymous, made a dent in the Instagram successfully community, having cost 1,000 million as it cost Facebook, would really be a blow to the social network. But on the other hand, I think the vast majority of users is alien to everything that is done in social networks, a legal level, advertising and so on, and especially Instagramers geeks do not seem to consider it, but I can be wrong. . We shall see.
In any case, if you read this and other similar articles, you might think that it is time to see that the market offers alternative to Instagram.
Flickr has always been there and the truth is that I never stopped to go for it, because although it is true that he lacked a push lately Yahoo, as Mariano Amartino said maybe later, but I do believe that efforts in mobile is doing will strengthen its position.