Windows fan blog WindowsBlogItalia have a video on their YouTube channel which they say shows off the official Instagram Universal Windows 10 app, which according to them is a private beta ported from iOS.
The app does look pretty full featured, when it works, but according to the Italian blog it suffers with a fair few bugs at the moment, including not being able to access your gallery and crashes when you attempt to post pictures or videos (a fair bit of work needed by the sounds of it). Regardless, if legitimate it is good to see big app developers building Universal Windows 10 apps, especially Instagram who released an app for Windows Phone 8 that never made it out of Beta and got very few updates.
Microsoft have worked to make it easier for app developers to port iOS and Android apps on to Windows 10, with Project Islandwood for iOS and Astoria for Android, which has since been abandoned. Watch the video below;
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