A pro-democracy protester uses a phone to record people waving lights next to the central government offices in Hong Kong as activists marked one month since authorities used tear gas in an attempt to disperse them on October 28, 2014.  Hong Kong democracy activists on October 28 marked one month of mass protests, calling on supporters to gather for an evening rally wearing the masks they have used to ward off police tear gas and pepper spray.  AFP PHOTO / ALEX OGLE        (Photo credit should read Alex Ogle/AFP/Getty Images)

 The photo-sharing app keeps on brimming and expected to be hefty very soon.

On last December 2014 Instagram had had 300 million users. The photo app is going to celebrate its 5th anniversary on Oct. 6, but it’s already banging for the champagne. There are now whopping 400 million Instagram followers

Instagram states “While milestones like this are important, what really excites us is the way that visual communication makes the world feel a little bit smaller to every one of us,” Instagram proclaimed on Tuesday, announcing that more than 75% of its users were outside of the U.S. “Among the last 100 million to join, more than half live in Europe and Asia,”

Comparatively there is huge growth occurred in Brazil, Japan and Indonesia

Instagram this way is helping a large number of users around the globe. It’s hulking speedily and top officials are expecting to create a brightened spectrum and wider perspective for Instagram followers.

Instagram followers are continuously capturing incredibly photos and videos from all corners of globe even the solar system. We’ve experienced awe-inspiring & spine-tingling moments like the first surface image of Pluto and champion’s league celebrations, as well as striking locales like the white pools of turkey and a Namibian desert ghost town. These are just a few of the more than 80 million photos per day shared on Instagram.

In addition to this, a noticeable big fish have become Instagram followers in the last 100 million. The most Instagram followed accounts include soccer player Mr. David Beckham from UK, Caitlyn Jenner from the US, Indonesia’s Raffi and Nagita, German soccer Player Toni Kroos and South Korea’s T.O.P.