Instagram 3.2 has just been released, and there are some substantial changes in the newest version of the app. Chief among them is a new camera interface, but there’s also the new monochrome filter “Willow”, better tilt shift support, and FourSquare integration, for people who like that sort of thing.
Instagram’s new interface is meant to make it easier to take photos, has the option of showing gridlines, and can access your camera roll more easily. The new “Willow” filter is “a monochrome filter with subtle purple tones and a translucent glowing white border”, adding more black-and-white options for users. The overhauled tilt shift tool also apparently produces a preview more accurate to what your final image will look like.
The app update should be rolling out now through the App Store. Here’s the official description of what’s new in Instagram:
A new filter! Willow
Take photos faster with Instagram’s all-new camera
Improved quality of tilt-shift
Scroll infinitely on user profiles and other grid views
We added a Foursquare button on location pages that opens the Foursquare app (or Foursquare mobile website) with details about the venue
Filtered photos are now saved to a separate album called “Instagram” in the camera roll
New welcome screen design