Instagram first arrived on Windows mobile devices in beta form back in 2013. Today, the photographic social app is available for Windows 10 handsets, but it retains the beta designation. As with any early software release, the app arrives with a fair share of bugs. Those known issues include crashing while taking and editing a photo, using Facebook to log in and the "Share to" tool. However, all signs point to this being a full version of the app as previous beta release for Windows left out features like video support and the in-app camera. If you're looking to give it a go, you snag the app from the Windows Store. Oh yeah, you can send feedback to the folks at Instagram by physically shaking your phone.