Instagram has recently added a tagging feature, allowing you to tag and be tagged in other user photos. It also gives you the option to not accept being tagged at all.
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If you’re unhappy with new Instagram terms, Free the Photos is a service that provides a dead simple way to transfer your photos from Instagram into Flickr.
If you’re done with Instagram’s confusing new terms of service, it might be worth deleting your account and move elsewhere. Just back up your photos first!
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom recently released a blog post to all users of the service in the hopes of clarifying the new terms of service changes.
Instagram has notified users that it plans to cash in on the photos being uploaded to the service. Here’s what you need to know about your photos and data.
Twitter and Instagram aren’t getting along lately, and you can’t view photos in Twitter from Instagram. Here’s how to change that in Google Chrome.
The File transferring service –WeTransfer — is offering its users a somewhat unprecedented offer: A free Blurb 60-page Instagram photo book.
Instagram is now offering user profiles that are viewable on your computer and they look very Facebook-like. But the service is still focusing on mobile.
Instagram is a great way to take pictures and customize how they look with a variety of filters. Using it on a smartphone is quite easy. But what if you want to view your Instagram feed on your computer? Enter Webstragram.
Instagram for Chrome is a handy extension that lets you browse and interact with Instagram. You can check out photos, comment on them and more.
After some speculation in the last few days, face.com has officially announced that it has been acquired by Facebook.
Wonder how you could grow your business to being worth $ 1 billion in less than two years with only 13 employees, and no income? Instagram did it, and was rewarded when Facebook bought it for $1 billion last week.
Facebook is set to buy Instagram, as we all know. Here’s How to download your images from the service if you’re worried Facebook will ruin the service, or if you hate the fact that it’s now available for Android, or for whatever other reason.
We were talking, a little while ago, about Instagram’s Android version and how iOS users took it very personally. Well, in a move that should make those users even angrier, Facebook has announced that it will buy the service, sending all the exclusiveness out the window.