Since Instagram's iPhone app hit the App Store in October 2010, Android users have been patiently -- and in some cases, not so patiently -- awaiting a version for their phones. That day has finally come: Instagram for Android is now available for free download over at Google Play, Google's store for apps, ebooks and other media.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom announced at SXSW in March that the long-awaited Android version of Instagram was on the way. He teased the version on stage, but didn’t provide a demo. A signup page allowing Android users to be notified when the app went live was posted later in the month.
[More from Mashable: What If ‘The Facebook’ Was Invented in the ’90s? [VIDEO]]
Download the app for yourself -- it works with Android version 2.2 and higher -- and let us know what you think. We'll have a hands-on review later this afternoon.
[More from Mashable: Ice Cream Sandwich Used on 2.9% of Android Devices, Gingerbread Still Dominant]
This story originally published on Mashable here.