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Del Williams@delwilliams · Founder, Private Curator
Why would I need this when I've been doing this with IFTTT for years? No fuss and no need for another app that's a one trick pony
Diego Manuel Béjar@diego_manuel_bejar · Developer.
@ohitsmerenz @delwilliams It's not the same. ;) Let me explain. I developed InstagramTweet for my own professional use (I wanted to manage all my social networks using only Instagram) and opened it to public, free (I accept donations anyway, LOL). I love IFTTT and I used the IFTTT applets you say but it have problems that are solved with InstagramTweet. When sharing a Instagram to Twitter just using IFTTT or Zapier without InstagramTweet: 1) Long text looks incomplete. 2) People clics the photo, not the link, so... 3) When Twitter followers clics the photo sees the photo itself, not the Instagram content so they don't see the complete text, geolocation, my recents publications at Instagram... (InstagramTweet links the photo to the Instagram content). 4) It turns worst when sharing a video: Twitter users see the first image of the video linked to the image itself, not the video, without indiation of that is a video (InstagramTweet shows the image with a play icon and linked to the video). 5) With IFTTT, Instagram applets only works for your own Instagram profile (and only one per IFTTT account). ALL THESE IS SOLVED WITH INSTAGRAMTWEET. I love IFTTT so much, and I did a IFTTT applet for this. You may love it, or definitely not... but it's not the same that IFTTT or Zapier.
jeremy carson@thejeremycarson · Founder, creata.co
wouldn't zapier do this?
Anuj AdhiyaHunter@anujadhiya · Engagement/Analytics at GrowthHackers
@thejeremycarson It could, as could IFTTT - in fact he provides the steps to do this via the latter as well if that's your preference: https://www.instagramtweet.com/s...
Diego Manuel Béjar@diego_manuel_bejar · Developer.
@anujadhiya @thejeremycarson It's not the same. ;) Let me explain. I developed InstagramTweet for my own professional use (I wanted to manage all my social networks using only Instagram) and opened it to public, free (I accept donations anyway, LOL). I love IFTTT and I used the IFTTT applets you say but it have problems that are solved with InstagramTweet. When sharing a Instagram to Twitter just using IFTTT or Zapier without InstagramTweet: 1) Long text looks incomplete. 2) People clics the photo, not the link, so... 3) When Twitter followers clics the photo sees the photo itself, not the Instagram content so they don't see the complete text, geolocation, my recents publications at Instagram... (InstagramTweet links the photo to the Instagram content). 4) It turns worst when sharing a video: Twitter users see the first image of the video linked to the image itself, not the video, without indiation of that is a video (InstagramTweet shows the image with a play icon and linked to the video). 5) With IFTTT, Instagram applets only works for your own Instagram profile (and only one per IFTTT account). ALL THESE IS SOLVED WITH INSTAGRAMTWEET. I love IFTTT so much, and I did a IFTTT applet for this. You may love it, or definitely not... but it's not the same that IFTTT or Zapier.
Josh Khoury@josh_khoury · Sales, Freelance
Not bad. Got android version?
Diego Manuel Béjar@diego_manuel_bejar · Developer.
@josh_khoury It's a mobile site. In the website you can see how it complements apps like IFTTT.
Diego Manuel Béjar@diego_manuel_bejar · Developer.
Please, before commenting see the website https://www.instagramtweet.com to see detailed explanations about why it's not the same that IFTTT or Zapier, and instead it makes these apps better using InstagramTweet as a complement. Just one example: When you share a Instagram video to Twitter, with IFTTT you have the static image linked to the image itself (not the video!); with InstagramTweet + IFTTT you have the image with a play icon linked to the video (in the InstagramTweet site you can find the applet for that).
Diego Manuel Béjar@diego_manuel_bejar · Developer.
Try it. It's free and fast. No registration, no payment. Just see and use at your way.