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UPDATE 06/11/2012: This is now possible “natively” by going to instagram.com/profile_name. Source. Yes, if you know your firend’s Instagram usersname, you can use Webstagram. Search for his/her username and see his/her photo stream. (E.g.: Om Malik’s photos.) However, note that if the respective user’s profile is set to private, you can’t see the photos. ...


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Webstagram has a little delay, of an hour or two. I use Statigram. Statigram is a web viewer for your Instagram photos. Join Statigram for terrific statistics about your account and tools to manage your community.


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No, there is no way to do that. A next user (e.g. yourself) must grant access to a Android or iOS for your relatives to sign up. I would look over the terms of service here.


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Instagre.at is a great new web app that shows you what’s currently popular on Instagram. Beautiful minimal design and animation blends perfectly with the Instagram theme. http://instagre.at/ To download your photos from Instagreat sign in with Instagram (bottom-left button) click your name to see your own timeline. Right-click > Save Image to ...


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Instagram's own help page on Creating an Account & Username says that you need to download the Instagram app on your device in order to register an account. Mashable's The Beginner's Guide to Instagram also say that "Instagram has always been an almost exclusively mobile platform. Therefore, you must download the iPhone or Android app to your device in ...


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Instagram doesn't place any limit on the number of accounts you can create, as long as you provide a different email address for each one. The Instagram mobile application supports signing in with only one account at a time, although third-party programs enable you to manage multiple accounts from a single interface.


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Per their policy, you can’t get login access to the account. However, you could try and ask for an archive of the photos. 8. HOW TO CONTACT US ABOUT A DECEASED USER In the event of the death of an Instagram User, please contact us. We will usually conduct our communication via email; should we require any other information, we will contact you at ...


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It is possible to view a Tumblr account without logging in, all you need is the username/url (which you don't have). There isn't a search option to search by user other than a Google Search site:tumblr.com "query of words associated with your client's blog" For Instagram see: I don't have an Instagram account. Can I still look at users' Instagram ...


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As of early November, you can now view public Instagram profiles and photos via the web. ie. http://instagram.com/justinbieber ... should put some of those third-party apps out of business.


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http://web.stagram.com/ Webstagram is an Instagram Web Viewer. Hope this helps


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This sounds like one person is blocking the other person. Whenever you do something on instagram, the immediate feedback like the heart popping up is to show you that you've liked something, but if the "Liked" turns back to "Like" that means Instagram never actually added that like from your account to the photo. Because the accounts are private, they both ...


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You can't. Instagram by design does not allow you to do this. They do have an API however (Docs here: http://instagram.com/developer/endpoints/media/ ) which with a bit of programming will allow you to get what you want. As for doing it without programming, unless someone knows of a secret URL, then as far as I'm aware it's impossible. Even doing it by ...


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Instagram is primarily a mobile app, and does not formally have a desktop version. (Those who have already created an account -- normally via the mobile app -- can browse to Instagram.com on the web, even from the desktop, and access limited aspects of their account after logging in.) However, one can run an Android emulator on the desktop, and install the ...


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My guess is via proxies and a script that clicks on the like button. They've probably created 100 accounts or so manually which are logged into via the script. It's unwise to do this though, people used to do it with Facebook and your page will get suspended after a while.


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I was able to solve this by using If This Then That (thanks @Cawas) and the email upload feature of Picasaweb. Because Picasaweb albums are shared with Google+ this gives me what I want. Here's what you need: Turn on the email upload feature of Picasaweb Sign in to your account at http://picasaweb.google.com/. Click the gear gear icon icon in the ...


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A dirty workaround (which doesn't precisely answer your question) could be as follows. Borrow an iOS device from your friend for several minutes. Install Instagram (or log out if it's there already). Register an account with Instragem; add those friends who have private profiles. Log out again; return iOS device. You need to do it only once in your ...


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Instagram restricts private profiles to only those who have an Instagram account and have been authorized to view. Private media is returned as long as the authenticated user has permission to view that media. Considering this, it's not possible to follow them back.


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Instagrid is another webapp that let's you access your Instagram photos on the web. I think because you log into Instagrid, users who know your Instagrid URL can see all of your photos, whether or not your account it set to private. Instagrid doesn't have a directory listing, so I think the only people who can access your feed is those you give the URL to. ...



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