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Tencent Launched Its Instagram-like Photo-sharing App, Q Pai
Tencent has launched its photo taking and sharing app Q Pai today. Very similar with Instagram and many other China local products, Q Pai users can snap photos of moments in their life, choose from ten filters to process their images and one-key click to share it. Moreover, it is seamless integrated with Qzone and Tencent Weibo.
Simply login to my QQ account, it takes me no second to publish my photos, then just wait for the comments from QQ friends. Without logging in, users can still take pictures and use filters, then save the images in their mobile phones. Currently, Q Pai only support iPhone system.
Launched only for a day, Q Pai has already gained positive remarks from QQ users after tried out. “Q pai feels good, another localized product!” “Q Pai bring us together again…” Based on Tencent’s impressive user base, we probably wouldn’t need to worry about its Q Pai users.
Q Pai download address: http://itunes.apple.com/cn/app/id430791218?mt=8
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