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  1. Walsh College Open Source Community Innovative Companies Open Source Software Development Tools

  2. Instagram • Free photo-sharing program and social network

  3. Instagram • Free photo-sharing program and social network • Distinctive feature: photos are square shaped, as opposed to 4:3 aspect ratio

  4. Instagram • Free photo-sharing program and social network • Distinctive feature: photos are square shaped, as opposed to 4:3 aspect ratio • Add “filters” to photos to transform them into professional-looking snapshots

  5. Instagram • Free photo-sharing program and social network • Distinctive feature: photos are square shaped, as opposed to 4:3 aspect ratio • Add “filters” to photos to transform them into professional-looking snapshots • Share photos on multiple sites

  6. Instagram • March 2010 - raised $500,000

  7. Instagram • March 2010 - raised $500,000 • August 2010 - 5 employees

  8. Instagram • March 2010 - raised $500,000 • August 2010 - 5 employees • October 2010 - application was launched

  9. Instagram • March 2010 - raised $500,000 • August 2010 - 5 employees • October 2010 - application was launched • December 2010 – 1 million users

  10. Instagram • February 2011, raised $7 million, Instagram valued at $25 million

  11. Instagram • February 2011, raised $7 million, Instagram valued at $25 million • April 2011 – Instagram for Android released, downloaded more than 1 million times in less than one day

  12. Instagram • February 2011, raised $7 million, Instagram valued at $25 million • April 2011 – Instagram for Android released, downloaded more than 1 million times in less than one day • April 2011 – raised $50 million, Instagram valued at $500 million

  13. Instagram • February 2011, raised $7 million, Instagram valued at $25 million • April 2011 – Instagram for Android released, downloaded more than 1 million times in less than one day • April 2011 – raised $50 million, Instagram valued at $500 million • June 2011 – 5 million users

  14. Instagram • September 2011 – 10 million users

  15. Instagram • September 2011 – 10 million users • April 2012 – 30 million users

  16. Instagram • September 2011 – 10 million users • April 2012 – 30 million users • April 2012 – Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion

  17. Instagram • September 2011 – 10 million users • April 2012 – 30 million users • April 2012 – Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion • Instagram had 13 employees

  18. Instagram • September 2011 – 10 million users • April 2012 – 30 million users • April 2012 – Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion • Instagram had 13 employees • Each second, 58 photos are uploaded

  19. Instagram • September 2011 – 10 million users • April 2012 – 30 million users • April 2012 – Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion • Instagram had 13 employees • Each second, 58 photos are uploaded • Each second, 1 new user registers

  20. Instagram Terms of Use • 13 years or older • No nude, partially nude or sexually suggestive photos • No self harm photos

  21. Instragram spurred startups • Pinstagram • Webstagram • Photoflow • CanvasPop • MoPho

  22. Instagram Add-Ons • Instamap • 100 Cameras in 1 • Carousel • Statigr.am • Instaprint

  23. Spotify • Digital music subscription service • Spotify has negotiated with record labels to allow users access to a large library of music one track at a time; they can even download music for offline use.

  24. Dropbox • Its technology makes it easier for users to sync and share files on smart phones, laptops, and desktops • Cloud-based systems are the basis for a consumer-focused service that works across multiple platforms

  25. Facebook • The social network has become the means by which many online users communicate, get news, and find entertainment • New features automatically integrate casual online activity, such as listening to music or reading newspaper articles, into the social sphere

  26. Safaricom • Has deployed mobile health services over Kenya’s cellular network • Through cell phones, the company offers ­services such as first-aid recommendations for subscribers

  27. Twitter • Microblogging has become a ubiquitous adjunct to major events, from earthquakes to revolutions • A redesigned mobile application encourages users to discover content relevant to them while remaining within the ambit of Twitter rather than turning to third-party systems

  28. OnLive • Allows users to access applications too powerful for their hardware to support • Its video streaming technology minimizes lag so that applications running on a server appear to be running locally

  29. Bluefin Labs • It mines social-media sites to gauge the audience response to television shows and advertising • Natural-language analysis of comments on social-media sites provides fine-grained information about audience size and sentiment

  30. Google • Despite its lukewarm performance in social media, Google’s willingness to move into new areas shows it can still be an agenda-setter • The introduction of Android 4.0, with its crowd-pleasing interface, confirms the company’s position as a major force in mobile computing

  31. Zynga • Social gaming has dramatically expanded the demographic appeal of computer games and created new business models for game companies • Zynga has mastered the art of giving away games and then persuading players to make in-game purchases of virtual goods, sometimes adding up to many times the typical purchase price of a game

  32. Instagram • Free photo-sharing program and social network • Distinctive feature: photos are square shaped, as opposed to 4:3 aspect ratio • March 2010 - raised $500,000 • August 2010 - 5 employees • October 2010 - application was launched • December 2010 – 1 million users

  33. Instagram • February 2011, raised $7 million, Instagram valued at $25 million • April 2011 – Instagram for Android released, downloaded more than 1 million times in less than one day • April 2011 – raised $50 million, Instagram valued at $500 million • June 2011 – 5 million users

  34. Instagram • September 2011 – 10 million users • April 2012 – 30 million users • April 2012 – Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion • May 2012 • Each second, 58 photos are uploaded • Each second, 1 new user is registered

  35. Instagram Terms of Use • 13 years or older • No nude, partially nude or sexually suggestive photos • No self harm photos

  36. Instragram spurred startups • Pinstagram • Webstagram • Photoflow • CanvasPop • MoPho

  37. Instagram Add-Ons • Instamap • 100 Cameras in 1 • Carousel • Statigr.am • Instaprint