The popular photo sharing app Instagram may finally be making its way to Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system. If the rumors are to be believed, the app would arrive on the platform on June 26 and would be a big score for Windows Phone, which has been heavily criticized for its lack of essential apps.
However, the availability of the photo sharing app may be limited. According to Chinese website WPDang, Instagram will launch on Windows Phone OS as a Nokia exclusive. Additonal rumors suggest that Windows Phone users could be receiving an additional filter to reward them for their patience.
The Windows Phone Store has been growing and now houses over 145,000 applications, but bagging big name apps such as Instagram remains Microsoft’s best bet when it comes to competing with rival platforms.