Best Instagram Client For Mac

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  1. Instagram For Mac Computer

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The latest version contains bug fixes and performance improvements.

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In the great big crowd of social media apps, Instagram continues to stand out for a reason: it makes sharing moments with everyone in your world easy, speedy, and fun. Whether you’re posting breathtaking vacation photos tweaked with one of dozens of cool image filters or a video clip of an insane concert, Instagram’s uncluttered accessibility has kept it at the top of the social-sharing heap.

Bring Back Custom Locations!!

My previous review from many years ago is below. Instagram took away the custom locations feature but made it so that if you “registered” your location on Facebook, then it would be available on IG. So I did this and it works ok, but twice now, an update comes through that removes my location from IG. It’s still there on FB and I can even check in and post to it. But it’s no longer on IG. The first time I registered the location again (which resulted in 2 of the same locations on FB). This time I’m not going to bother. I’m tired of IG messing with my location. In fact, I’m tired of IG all together. I think I’ll just go back to not using it.
As you can see by other reviewers, the ability to add custom locations was very important to many of us!! You took away the ability to add permanent locations with FourSquare - and now we can't add custom ones either?!? But all the lame crap locations that were loaded in there as permanent, are still there! I really don't care about searching by location. I just want to be able to post my picture and put whatever funny custom location I want to in the location area. Why did you change it? Have you ever heard of the term, 'if it ain't broke don't fix it'? Please stop giving us these 'exciting new updates' that we don't want! When the ability to add custom locations comes back I will change my rating. Until then I will not being using Instagram.

Nothing is being done

I love Instagram, as many of these other reviewers do. I’ve had an account since Instagram first started. I almost always love the updates and am always very excited to see what’s new. That’s why I am very disappointed with Instagram right now. I have two accounts logged onto my account, one being my account and the other being my boyfriends (mainly to see the stuff he dms me from private accounts). Mind you, both accounts are logged on not just my phone but also his. My app says it is up to date on updates however my account does not have the features of the new update. For example, my account does not have the questions feature for the stories, the new three line bar to access settings and saved, as well as the new location/logo for the archived stories. However, when I switch to my boyfriend’s account, his account is updated and equipped with all the features above. It is very frustrating that the update has been around so long and my account has still not gotten the new features. I have written several times to the “report a problem” resource and nothing has been done. I have deleted the app and re downloaded it several times and still nothing. This isn’t the first time I’ve had this problem but it’s the first time it’s taken more than a month to be fixed. It is very frustrating and I really wish someone would fix this.

In the great big crowd of social media apps, Instagram continues to stand out for a reason: it makes sharing moments with everyone in your world easy, speedy, and fun. Whether you’re posting breathtaking vacation photos tweaked with one of dozens of cool image filters or a video clip of an insane concert, Instagram’s uncluttered accessibility has kept it at the top of the social-sharing heap.


190.7 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

Instagram’s official app has improved considerably over the last few years, but it still lacks some fundamental functionality.

For example, why can’t you swipe left and right to browse photos? Why can’t you follow hashtagsHow to Find the Best Instagram Hashtags for More Likes & FollowersHow to Find the Best Instagram Hashtags for More Likes & FollowersHashtags are an essential part of Instagram. If you need help getting started, here's how to find the best Instagram hashtags.Read More and locations just like you can follow users? And why can’t you stop videos from auto-playing? Users have been asking for these features for years.

Alas, if you’re not a frequent uploader, you should consider using a combination of third-party alternatives for your Instagram fix.

Here are five alternative Instagram apps that add extra functionality to the network’s official app.

A Word About Uploading

Before we get started, there’s an issue we should clear out of the way. Every time a new third-party Instagram client goes live, many of you are disappointed that it doesn’t let you upload photos.

This is not due to some laziness or skimpiness on the app’s developers’ part. It’s due to API restrictions that come directly from Instagram. Recent API changes have broken almost most third-party apps, so we’re lucky these few are functional.

None of the apps mentioned in this post let you upload photos to Instagram. But they do enhance Instagram in many other aspects. So, do the math, and decide what’s best for you.

1. OGinsta+

Available on: Android

OGinsta+ comes in two variants. There’s the original OGinsta+ and a newer Insta+. Despite being broadly similar, the apps have one significant difference: OGinsta+ requires the official Instagram app to be installed on your phone for it to work. Insta+ will work without the official app. The developer recommends OGinsta+.

The app offers four key features you need to be aware of:

  • Download: You can download any photo or video from Instagram directly onto your Android smartphone
  • Story Download: You can also download your amazing Instagram stories6 Apps to Make Your Instagram Stories Even More Awesome6 Apps to Make Your Instagram Stories Even More AwesomeTo really make your Instagram Stories stand out, you'll need to look to third-party apps to help you design and create striking, stunning Stories that really catch the eye.Read More straight to your device
  • Follow Indicator: The app shows you who is following you on your timeline
  • Zoom: You can zoom in and out of any image or video on the network

Both versions of the app are entirely free. Neither is available in the Google Play Store; you need to download the APK file from the app’s webpage and sideload it onto your device.

Download:OGinsta+ (free)

2. Repost for Instagram

Available on: Android, iOS

Instagram still doesn’t offer a way to “regram” (i.e., repost) content from another account onto your own account.

It’s an oft-requested feature, but Instagram’s developers have stood firm, presumably worried about the effect it could have on the famous photographers and other creatives that use the service. Nonetheless, there are third-party apps that let you do just that.

One of the best is Repost for Instagram. Not only does it let you regram content, but it also provides a way to add the correct attributions. The app works with videos and photos. Just grab the URL of the post you want to republish (use the menu behind the three dots on the official app) and paste it into the Repost for Instagram app.

If Repost for Instagram isn’t sufficient for your needs, check out some of the apps that let you download content off Instagram7 Free Ways to Download Instagram Videos7 Free Ways to Download Instagram VideosThere are multiple ways to download Instagram videos, and in this article we detail the best free Instagram video downloaders.Read More. Many of them can also repost material.

(Note: If you repost someone else’s work, make sure you always give them proper credit in the accompanying text. Failure to do so could land you in trouble with the copyright owner.)

Download:Repost for Instagram (Android) (Free)

3. Boomerang

Available on: Android, iOS

Boomerang is the first of three official apps from Instagram that can complement the primary client. Amazingly, many non-hardcore users don’t know about them.

Boomerang can create short mini-videos of everyday moments in your life. Using either your front- or back-facing camera, it takes 10 rapid-fire photographs, then stitches them together into a loop video. There no feature like it within the main app.


Because Boomerang is an official app, you can easily share the video on both Instagram and Facebook at the press of a button. The video will also be added to your library for future reference.

Download:Boomerang (Android) (free)
Download:Boomerang (iOS) (free)

4. Layout

Available on: Android, iOS

The second app from Instagram is Layout. Natively, Instagram doesn’t offer a way to organize your photos into cool displays for use elsewhere. Given the high number of quality snaps on the network, it’s a shame.

Layout fulfills the need. You can choose photos from your camera roll or snap images while you’re on-the-go, then see them laid out in multiple different arrangements.

The app lets you mix up to nine photos at a time and use Instagram’s filters and creative tools in post-processing. It will also recognize faces in your creations so you can tag your friends.

Download:Layout (Android) (free)
Download:Layout (iOS) (free)

5. Hyperlapse

Available on: iOS

The final Instagram app is Hyperlapse. It lets you create time-lapse videos10 Incredible Time-Lapse Videos (And How to Make Your Own)10 Incredible Time-Lapse Videos (And How to Make Your Own)Time-Lapse videos are a great way to capture the world around you in action. Here's how to make them along with some awesome examples from the web.Read More that you share straight onto the network.

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Best of all, the videos look incredibly polished; Instagram incorporates its own stabilization technology into the app. It means you can create awesome videos without the need for a tripod or other expensive photography equipment4 Hard Truths About Professional Photography (And Solutions)4 Hard Truths About Professional Photography (And Solutions)Do you want to start making money with your photography skills? Here are a handful of important considerations to make before taking that leap. Truth is, photography ain't easy.Read More.

You can speed videos up to 12x normal speed.

Download:Hyperlapse (iOS) (free)

Which Instagram Apps Do You Use?

Ever since Instagram shut down its API, it’s been tough to find apps that work with the network. However, using Instagram’s three official support apps alongside OGinsta+ and Repost for Instagram will unlock chunk of functionality that’s oddly missing from the official client.

Now it’s over to you. We want to know what apps you use to fill in Instagram’s missing features. Are they easy to use? What makes your apps so unique?

As always, you can leave all your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below. And remember to share this article with your friends and followers on social media.

Originally written by Yaara Lancet on 1st January 2014