By Anton D. Nagy | July 29, 2013 9:04 AM
Can we start with: “was about darn time!”? We were there in London back in May at the official Lumia 925 unveiling when we were told about this Oggl app from Hipstamatic, that will allow users to (finally) upload their pictures to Instagram, in a more official-appearing way. We were told that it should land soon. Then the Lumia 1020 event arrived and still nothing.
As of today (yesterday in some time zones), you can get your Hipstamatic Oggl PRO app from the Windows Store. That is, if you have a Lumia 1020. Strange, because we have a Lumia 925 (remember, it’s the Lumia 925 event where they announced it, for the Lumia 925), and that very phone is not compatible with the app. However, you can try your luck with Hipstamatic Oggl (sans PRO).
In any case, the app lets you capture, curate, and share your shots and apply filters included. You can use it for free for 60 days if you act now, but after that you will have to choose between either a quarterly subscription for $2.99 or a yearly for $9.99.