Ever since I posted my article on Instagram being available on Android, I’ve noticed traffic coming to my site looking for many different, but related things. All of the searches have to do with Instagram and Android and some combination of logo, icon or font, usually specifying a png or vector logo.
Instagram offers a download package of it’s logo on it’s logo usage page, but doesn’t include a vector version, probably because all of the shading in the logo doesn’t lend itself to a vector version. There is also a list of requirements for developers and other that are going to be using the Instagram name and logo, including usage of the following statement: “This [application/website] uses the Instagram(tm) API and is not endorsed or certified by Instagram or Instagram, Inc. All Instagram(tm) logos and trademarks displayed on this [application/website] are property of Instagram, Inc.”
Here are the logos provided by Instagram.
So, to be clear: this website is not endorsed or certified by Instagram or Instagram, Inc. All Instagram(tm) logos and trademarks displayed on this website are property of Instagram, Inc.
If you’re still looking for a vector version of the Instagram icon, I found this one at logoeps.com.
If you’re looking for the Android icon and logo, check out the Android brand assets guidelines page.
According to the logo, you can use and modify the Android robot icon, but you can’t use the logo. You also are prohibited from using the Android logo font. The robot icon is surprisingly hard to find. Even though Google gives you permission to use the robot, a download of the image files is not readily available on the developers site.