We’ve already taken a close look at what Jux has to offer, and the simple blogging platform has continued to grow since its launch, adding HMTL5 and iPhone support. As TNW’s Courtney Boyd Myers pointed out, while there are similarities to Tumblr, Jux veers away from the run of the mill Tumblelogs by focusing on showcasing your own work, rather than interesting images from around the web.
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When it comes to sharing your photographs on Jux, up until now you could easily pull in content from your Flickr or Facebook accounts, or upload the image from your computer. Jux has recently announced the addition of a new service – Instagram.
While there is certainly no shortage of web-based services that make it easy to showcase your Instagram photos in a browser, none do it with as much style and personalization as Jux. With Jux, it no longer becomes about Instagram as a social network, but rather becomes about your own photographs.
After connecting your Instagram and Jux accounts, it’s as simple as scrolling through thumbnails of your Instagram photos and choosing the one you want to post. Jux will take care of the dimensions, switching its layout to accomodate Instagram’s square format.
Using Jux gives you an easy way to liberate your Instagram photos, instantly turning your Jux blog into a gorgeous showcase of your iPhoneography. And you can easily share your photoblog using Jux’s social features – giving your Facebook friends and Twitter followers one place to go to check out all of your Instagram photos.
How do you share your Instagram photos with people who don’t use the app? Let us know in the comments.