Most of us remember where we were the moment the world learned about the billion-dollar sale of Instagram, but amidst the pursuing flurry of tweets (“it’s too high!,”It’s too low!”, “We need to integrate filters right now!”), if you happened to browse the AppStore that day you might have noticed that the now-infamous app was actually ranked third. Sitting in the number one spot was a video app. I honestly can’t even remember which one it was, like everyone else, all I saw was a placeholder for a 1 followed by nine zeros. Read the full story at TechCrunch.
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