You Can Now Turn Your Instagram Photos Into A Personalized iPhone/iPad Case
Everyone is a big fan of Instagram here at Redmond Pie. We’re not happy unless we are posting photos of our cats on the social network that was built to enable sharing of photos. Now that the company has shared an Android version with us after a long wait, then there really is no reason for anyone not to be as enthralled as we are.
If you’re as big a fan of Instagram as we are or, dare we say it, an even bigger fan, then the chances are you post some pretty awesome photos to the network. We’ve seen some cracking images flash through our streams before and way before that as well, plenty of which we would be happy to have adorn our walls. But what if you want your handiwork to help protect your flashy new iPad?
Now you can marry your Apple tablet with the world of Instagram thanks to a new product from Casetagram.
Along with having an entirely predictable company name and simultaneously possibly the worst, Casetagram has been producing iPhone cases that feature Instagram photos for a while now, but the company is now branching out into the world of iPad cases.
For less than $55, users can have their Instagram productions emblazoned onto a plastic iPad shell which promises to protect the rear of your iPad. The cases are apparently completely compatible with Apple’s Smart Cover, so between the two you are pretty much covered for all eventualities.
Unfortunately, we have not had our hands on either the iPhone or iPad cases ourselves, but reports elsewhere have suggested that the quality is very much up to the level you would expect of a $55 case. Buyers can choose to either have their photos arranged across the case in a uniform fashion and with the photos all the same size, or opt for a Mondrian style, where some images are larger than others.
We’ll keep our eye out for more information on these cases and look into getting one to have a look at. We’ll report back if and when we do. To get started with your very own personalized Instagram-fested case, simply head over to this link: casetagram.com/design
In the mean time, if you’ve opted for one of these cases, let us know your thoughts via the usual channels.
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