Good news! We submitted Instagram v2.0.1 to the App Store today and we expect to release it soon. In the meantime, take a look at some of the fixes coming your way in v2.0.1.

Earlybird looks more like old version
In v2.0, the Earlybird filter was altered slightly. This was unintentional and in v
2.0.1 we’ve restored the filter back to its original state.

Tilt-shift has softer cutoff
We noticed the blur on tilt-shift in v2.0 was more intense when applied after capture. In v
2.0.1, we’ve made the tilt-shift preview consistent between screens and less intense.

Bug fix for black image uploads
We fixed a bug where tilt-shifted photos would upload as black squares. If you’re having this problem, please follow our instructions for a temporary fix while we wait for v
2.0.1 to be approved.

Save filter photo bug fixed
We fixed a bug where filtered photos would fail to save to the camera library even when the “save filtered photo” setting was turned on. If you’re having this problem, please follow our instructions for a temporary fix while we wait for v
2.0.1 to be approved.

Fix for sending filter information to third-party sites
When you view your photos on third-party sites, such as web.stagram.com, you’ll be able to see what filter was used on the photo.

Better live video quality on iPad 2
We improved the live video quality in the photo capture state for the iPad 2.