Following the addition of 1080 x 1080 uploads, Instagram has been putting more attention in to its Android app; according to company co-founder Mike Krieger, Instagram has additional “improvements to the image pipeline” yet to come.
Indeed, one of those improvements seems to have already made its way into the company’s Android app.
First noticed by Droid-Life, Instagram version 7.3.0 brings a quick edit feature that will save Android users a bit of time. Previously, users had to capture a picture, crop it, choose their desired filter at the bottom, and then save and add comments and tags.
Now, Android users can simply swipe left or right to select a filter. If you want to dig deeper, simply tap the edit button to change things like saturation, cropping and more.
[source] Droid-life, TNW [/source]