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Arun Sathiya- Happiness Engineer, AutomatticPoster is not the best, but it gets the job done. It's basically Instagram mobile app on a desktop.
The Next WebWhile Instagram recently made it possible to send photo and video messages to your friends directly from your desktop, you still have to resort to your mobile device to upload pics and clips to your account. But thanks to this app you can ditch your phone and post photos straight from your PC.
Pulkit Agrawal- CEO @trychameleon for user onboardingLatergramme (now just Later) is a pretty sophisticated solution to manage Instagram posting, especially across accounts. It might be more targeted for the business user, but might be worth evaluating in your search!
PravilI have been using this for quite some time and I love it. I like their calendar view scheduling, the media library and option to repost. They have a free tier which would let you post up to 30 IG posts (+ a number of Twitter, FB and Pinterest posts too) for free every month. Please note that like most of the other IG schedulers, Later as well can't post to … See more
Daniel Marcinkowski- Content & Community Manager @ PhaseFlume is amazing. The app is updated very often. Also, you can use the license up to 5 devices.
niroshanFor Mac, I love the Flume app. Light weight desktop client. Pretty much all the features from the native app.
Redmond PieFlume for Mac is an Instagram app that lets you access the popular photo sharing service natively on your computer without the need of a web browser. Almost 10 months into its release, the developer has now updated the app, releasing Flume version 2.0 with some significant new features and improvements, including support for uploading photos and videos.
IdownloadblogMost people view their Instagram account via the official mobile app. However, you can check out your feed right from the Internet in most web browsers, and it looks pretty cool because the pictures are much bigger. Flume is a dedicated Instragam viewer for Mac that creates a lovely experience different from what you see on the official website.
LifehackerOS X: Browsing Instagram on the web works well enough, but it's a fairly minimal experience and you can't post photos through your browser. Now with the newly updated desktop Instagram client Flume 2.0, you can.