“We’re getting one picture taken every two seconds from places all over the world,” Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom said.

Instagram is a photo taking and sharing app for iPhone, which has won100,000 mobile photo addicts less than a week after launch, 1,000,000 in 3 months after its first release in Apple’s app store in Oct.2010 and 2 million by Feb 2011. Recently, Instagram just got updated to version 1.6.5 with new tiltshift features and huge speed improvements. By the use of a suitable product, sharing photos taking by mobile phones gradually becomes a new lifestyle. It helps people notice the immense potential of this market, and leads them to explore in this field. We now take a look at an overview of some similar picture sharing services in China.

1) Maopaopaipai

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Yasmin Li

Born in the generation after 80s and has MA degree in TEFL from Swansea University, UK. She loves travelling around and is interested in education, technology, environmental protection, creative designs,...