Your Tuesday Mobile Pint: the top mobile stories from the past 24 hours, good to the last drop.
Instagram for Android now available in the Google Play store (via BGR)
The day that every Android user realizes just how good the iPhone 4S camera is.
BlackBerry Mobile Fusion launches today, including Universal Device Service! (via Inside BlackBerry)
Similar to how BlackBerry Device Service provides a set of security and management features for BlackBerry PlayBook tablets, the Universal Device Service provides Mobile Device Management for iOS and Android based devices.
The Nokia Lumia 900 Will Be the Key to Driving Developer Interest in Windows Phone (via ReadWriteWeb)
For that to happen, Nokia has to learn how to win customers.
Square, the Google Wallet exodus and NFC (via GigaOM)
Already many are wondering if Square is going to support near-field communications (NFC) in the near future? The right question is — what is going on at Google Wallet?
The iPad’s Next Trick: Transforming The Way We Buy (via Fast Company)
Revel Systems has realized the iPad, already changing various industries, has the power to take cash registers into the 21st century.
Not just iPhone, but iPad too uses Wi-Fi more often (via GigaOM)
A survey released by ComScore shows that of smartphone owners in the U.S. and U.K., iPhone users are far more likely than their Android-toting counterparts to take advantage of Wi-Fi networks when available.