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. ...
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.
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.
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 ...
When you login account using Facebook it synchronize your account with Facebook by using details from Facebook and didn't ask for password. But when you login account from a separate device or PC, it will ask for the password.
See from the Instagram Help Center how to reset/create a new password:
If you can't remember your password, you can reset it ...
Unfortunately, the Instagram API does not allow for posting to Instagram. It can only be used to get information from Instagram. That's why IFTTT and Zapier aren't going to be able to help you here.
Consider using Instagram as your starting point. For instance, post to Instagram and automatically also post to Tumblr.
You are doing it right. When you login account using Facebook it synchronize your account with Facebook by using details from Facebook and didn't ask for password. But when you are deleting account they want you to login it separately and then delete.
From the Instagram Help Center page, To delete your account:
Leave the Instagram app and log into ...
Yes, Instagram tends to delete accounts that have been inactive for a prolonged period of time.
I found this on their website:
"We encourage people to actively log in and use Instagram once they create an account. To keep your account active, be sure to log in and share photos, as well as like and comment on photos. Accounts may be permanently removed ...
Instagram changed their API and IFTTT can no longer support 'this' actions such as 'when I like a photo' or 'when I am tagged in a photo'.
It sucks right? No one likes when features are taken away. I hope we can find something soon that compares.
If you do not have access of associated email or your account is not linked with Facebook. You can not recover your account. See Instagram help:
If you can't access the email you registered with and you didn't link your Instagram account to Facebook, we're not able to give you access to this account.
You can upload within the below limits:
Size: Maximum width: 1080 pixels (any height)
Frame Rate: 29.96 frames per second
Codec: H.264 codec / MP4
Bit-rate: 3,500 kbps video bitrate
Audio: AAC audio codec at 44.1 kHz mono
Length: 60 seconds
Hope it helps
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 the ...
You can't really, unless all your Instagram contacts also use the same handle on Twitter.
But if the people you're tagging on Instagram also have a linked Twitter account, even if it's a different name, the tweet will convert the usernames as necessary.
If the @mentioned user has connected Instagram to Twitter:
The user’s Instagram username ...
No, as of now it is not possible. As of now you can only have control over the followers who view your photos, but not the individual photos. Setting your profile to private will prevent unwanted viewers from seeing your entire profile and photos on it, but if you choose to share an Instagram image to Facebook or Twitter, the URL for that image would then ...
There are two workaround tough.
Android emulators like bluestacks, Andy, YouWave etc can be used.
If you are windows 8 user you can use the instapic app to create a new instagram account. Source
If you only want to upload pics then you can try gramblr.
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 ...
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 ...
Solution: IFTTT (If This Then That)
Sign up for an account in IFTTT.
Go to this recipe: Post your Instagram photos as native Twitter photos
Link your Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Here's what it will look like on Twitter. The ift.tt link redirects to the Instagram link of the photo.
You are using wrong email id or password or both. If you are sure that you are using correct email id then you can reset the password.
Instagram allows to reset passwords in following 3 ways:
Reset using Email or Username: In this you should have the access of your email id connected to you account.
Reset using SMS: In this, you can get reset link in your ...
If you are logged in via the app still you may be able to change the password through that. Go to Profile > Edit Profile > Change Password.
Alternatively, if your phone number is linked to your account you may be able to reset it via SMS (this may be an app only option).
Otherwise, if you no longer have access to the email registered to your Instagram ...
I heard you, I used to rely on Instagram for the same workflow - publish to Facebook, Twitter, Swarm and Tumblr. Sometime soon after Facebook's acquisition of Instagram, they ditched FourSquare's location data in favour of Facebook places which is ridiculously bad in comparison to Foursquare, hence your bad check-ins.
There really aren't any tips, just ...
Yes, API tokens should be kept private. Think of them as a replacement for your username and password. It's another way of authenticating who you are and what type of access you should have.
As for what can be done with any particular API token, this varies from service to service. Some services allow you to create API tokens with limited access, some only ...
Officially answer is No. There’s no way to know if someone has searched for them or visited their profile on Instagram. Just as Facebook doesn't report who has viewed your profile, Instagram doesn't either.
Note: There are so many third party apps who claim that by using those app(s) you can get the list of people who have searched or visited your profile (...
It shows "no posts yet" because I guess you have not post anything yet from your account. So when someone visit your profile they didn't see anything and it show "no posts yet".
Currently, there is no feature to allow to view photos that other people have been tagged in on their profile from the web.
In mobile app there is a section (below the profile ...
By default it will be your Facebook password. To get separate password you have to create new one for Instagram.
First login to your Instagram account as you login regular with Facebook.
Go to your Instagram profile and click on Edit Profile.
Enter the Email address you wish to use for login (if there is no email address associated with the account, and ...
Yes, request it from within an app, not from web.
The Instagram doesn't have an user-friendly support page on the web, but they have on mobile the app (in my case it is iOS). Send a request by the following steps:
Open the Instagram app and go to the log-in page
Tap Get help signing in..
The page goes to the verification page. At this stage, first fill in ...