The following quote from a mediocre sit-com represents my first memory of the cultural phenomenon that is Instagram:
"Twitter is stupid, and Instagram is Twitter for people who can't read."
Having spent a decent amount of time trying out Instagram and Snapchat, I wouldn't exactly agree with that statement. But I wouldn't exactly say I loved it, either. They are both good for a quick "shoot and post" style of photography, and the novelty - particularly of Snapchat - is cool.
But I can't banish stories I've heard about teens sending inappropriate selfies, assured that the image would disappear in 1 to 10 seconds, only to find out at school on Monday that the recipient took a screen shot, which he/she then forwarded on to everyone. Everyone.
Plus, while using both, I just kept thinking, "I like Line Camera more. A lot more. You can do the same stuff, mostly, and there are so many more options/frames/filters...sigh."