Itsdagram passes 50,000 downloads in a week

Itsdagram, the unofficial Instagram client on Windows Phone, has quickly become one of the most popular apps out there. The app has been downloaded more than 50,000 times only a week after it has launched.

Itsdagram offers pretty much the same functionality as the official Instagram client and Neowin took an in depth look at the app last week. Being a great app and filling such a major gap in the Windows Phone ecosystem has made Itsdagram very popular. Daniel Gary, the dev behind the app, has announced they had reached the 50k milestone last night. 

What's surprising is that even though there's a full-featured free app available, the paid version of Itsdagram is in the lead accounting for almost 60% of the total downloads. This proves once again that the Windows Phone ecosystem is a vibrant and awesome place to try to make a living in.

Until major companies decide to dedicate resources to Microsoft's mobile operating system, developers such as Gary, will always find success by creating great applications that fill in the gaps left behind by said major companies.

Source: @danielgary Via: WMPU

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@Crimson Rain yeah I agree! Tha YouTube app was heaps better and so is Itsdagram with filters being added constantly:)

Ill be honest , the itsdagram app and the youtube app on WindowsPhone are the best I have ever used on any platform , the interface , the snappiness , its just awesome !

bogas04 said,
Ill be honest , the itsdagram app and the youtube app on WindowsPhone are the best I have ever used on any platform , the interface , the snappiness , its just awesome !

well yuotube app just getting axed by googe...

morden said,

well yuotube app just getting axed by googe...

Metrotube, Primetube (and youtube player on Windows 8) are all superb youtube players that could teach google a thing or two.

When it comes to 'apps' the modern UI does truelly shine. I just hope Microsoft is working on a modern UI 2.0 for real 'applications'. It worked for OneNote and I would love to get other office applications with a similar UI.

Vlad Dudau said,
Yeah but a new one, this time blessed by Google ( ads UGH!) will be coming in the next few weeks

Let's not update ever!

Vlad Dudau said,
Yeah but a new one, this time blessed by Google ( ads UGH!) will be coming in the next few weeks

If it is developed by Google, I don't think it will be better (than the current one or metrotube).