The free app is now in Microsoft's App Store and includes all major features like Stories, direct messages, and the Explore feed. Plus, mobile photographers can capture, edit, and share filtered images directly from their tablet.
Windows 10 devices other than tablets and smartphones, however, may not support all functions. And, as The Verge notes, the app requires a touch-screen device like the Surface Pro or Surface Book to upload videos and photos. Those who are new to Instagram can create an account online or in the app; everyone else can simply sign in with their username and password.
Instagram arrived on Windows 10 in April, but only on mobile. It included all the features iOS and Android users are familiar with, as well as support for Live Tiles, so updates appear right on your home screen.
Instagram is not yet available on iPad as a standalone app.
It's been a busy few months for Instagram. Amidst its rollout of a new algorithmic feed, the company added a share extension for posting content from other iOS apps, as well as a translation button. In June, it topped 500 million global users.