Instagram, a popular photo sharing app, which was only available for iOS users a few weeks ago, has now made available to Android users too. It has a built-in camera using which you can click perfect sized photos and then apply effects in a jiffy.
All photos uploaded to Instagram are public by default but unlike other photo-sharing websites like Flickr or Picasa, Instagram doesn’t have a website where you can browse photos uploaded by other users. You need to download their mobile app, available for Android and iPhone, to view photos.
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However, if you don’t have one of these phones or would like to view Instragram photos on your large desktop screen, check out these web apps.
Webbygram is a new website that lets you view Instagram inside any web browser without requiring any apps. The default stream shows the most popular Instagram photos but if can sign-in with your Instagram account, you can view, like or comment on photos of other Instragram users as well.
Check out Webbygram.
The INK361 web interface offers “feed” pages with three different photo size options: small, medium and full. Using a grid format, the “Small” viewer is a good point for a quick scan, while the “Medium” viewer acts as the default setting, and the “Full” viewer displays the pictures in the original 612 x 612 pixel format.
There is also an “Individual” image screen that provides a full size view in addition to including the photographer’s information, where the photo was taken, the “likes” and the comments pertaining to the photo. This platform allows users to utilize a wide range of emoticons in their commenting.
Check out Ink361.
Statigram’s new interface is designed to allow complete access of your Instagram photos just like on the mobile app, but now through the internet browser on your computer.
Statigram provides key data about your account. To name a few:
- Number of likes and comments received
- Top 5 most liked and commented shots
- Filters you use most – or don’t use
- Hashtag cloud
- Optimization tips about best time to post or how filters impact engagement
Check out Statigram.
Copygram offers more than just viewing your photos on your desktop, but a complete way of storing photos in the Cloud. All you have to do is sign in with your Instagram user name it.
Once you’ve signed in and created your Copygram profile you can then press a button and have your Instagram images backed up to be viewed on this service.
Check out Copygram.