This day was bound to come sooner or later, and finally, it has arrived. You no longer have to pull out your iPhone when you’re at work if you want to check your Instagram feed to see all your friend’s latest pictures. You can do it all on the web.
When you go to your Instagram.com page and sign in you’ll now see all the photos that would appear in your stream like it would if you were using a smartphone.
Pulse, the social-news aggregator for Android and iOS, has been updated to version 3.0, and it’s a doozy. On iOS, it’s been upgraded to a universal app, so no more separate versions on your different devices.
The developers behind the app have redesigned things, promising a better, more interactive interface, a ton of new features, and a prettier front end.
I knew there was a reason Dorothy and Toto wanted to go back to Kansas: Google Fiber. Google’s Fiber Project is set to go live in Kansas City and there about a million people currently considering packing up an moving because of it. I, myself, couldn’t be more jealous of what Kansas City is about to receive: the next generation of internet.