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  1. Duck334

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    One Easy Way to Download All Instagram Data Just enter the name of Instagram user, hashtag or location into the application, and click the download button. Save Instagram photos and videos with their original captions. Get multiple Instagram posts downloaded at once. Grab all or select specific types of Instagram content. Explore and download Instagram photo and video content from different places around the world. Subscribe to favorite Instagram accounts, hashtags, and locations in-app — download all their existing and upcoming posts automatically. Save Private In
  2. Instagram Lite reboot squeezes the app into a 2MB package It's being released to Android devices in 170 countries from today. Facebook / Instagram Facebook is today relaunching Instagram Lite, a stripped-down version of the image-sharing app designed for users in emerging markets. Developed by Facebook’s team in Tel Aviv, the birthplace of Facebook Lite and Messenger Lite, the app’s package size is just 2MB. The team said that the focus, like with the other launches, was on users whose smartphones lack storage capacity, processing power and reliable dat
  3. Facebook is temporarily disabling some Messenger and Instagram features in Europe Features like stickers in Instagram and polls in Messenger won’t work right now Some Messenger and Instagram features aren’t available in Europe. Facebook is notifying Messenger and Instagram users in Europe that some features are temporarily unavailable. A small message has appeared in both the Facebook Messenger and Instagram apps for European users this week, noting that some features aren’t available to “respect new rul
  4. Facebook filed a lawsuit on Thursday against a website owner who allegedly operated a network of Instagram clone sites using information from more than 100,000 public profiles. This complaint marks the social media giant’s latest crackdown on organizations both large and small for violating its terms of service. According to Facebook, Ensar Sahinturk, who is a Turkish national, used automation software to scrape profiles, photos, and videos from over 100,000 Instagram accounts without permission. He then reportedly published this data on his network of clone websites,
  5. State and federal officials are reportedly preparing to bring antitrust charges against the social network. A group of state attorneys general, led by New York Attorney General Letitia James, is on track to file antitrust charges against Facebook in early December, according to a report Thursday from the Washington Post. The move comes as the US Federal Trade Commission is also reportedly finalizing its antitrust probe into the social media giant. State and federal investigators plan to bring antitrust charges against Facebook over its acquisitions o
  6. Keyword search is coming to Instagram No hashtag required Instagram Instagram users’ ability to search is getting an upgrade. Today, the company announced that English-speaking users in six countries, including the UK, US, Ireland, and Canada, will be able to search the platform using keywords. Before today, they could only search for hashtags or accounts. So, for example, if you previously wanted to find “healthy recipes,” you’d only be able to search for posts that tagged #healthyrecipes or accounts with variati
  7. NinjaGram v7.6.4.9 NinjaGram (Instagram bot) What makes NinjaGram so special? Auto-follow: Mass follow targeted Instagram users, from any location in Instagram (search results, your feed, another user’s followers, or pictures taken at a particular location (NEW)!) Auto-unfollow: Mass unfollow users with various settings, such as only those who don’t follow you back or only users followed more than X days ago. Auto-like: Mass like thousands of other finely targeted and filt
  8. Instagram brings back classic icons to celebrate its tenth birthday The Polaroids are back Instagram launched ten years ago today: the photo-sharing app first hit the App Store on October 6th, 2010, a few months after the release of the iPhone 4. To celebrate, Instagram has added an easter egg to the app that lets you change its home screen icon. The icons available include the classic Polaroid-style camera designs that were used for more than five years. There are themed variations on the current logo, too, i
  9. Facebook Merges DMs for Instagram and Messenger A new update allows for cross-platform messaging for the first time within the Facebook family of apps. Courtesy of Instagram One of the last major firewalls standing between Facebook’s family of apps is no more: Starting today, Instagram users can message people on Facebook, and vice versa. How? Messenger, the Facebook-owned messaging app, has slid into Instagram’s DMs. An update replaces direc
  10. Facebook is being sued by an Instagram user who claims the social media giant spied on users through their iPhone cameras. Brittany Conditi, who filed the lawsuit, said Facebook accessed Instagram users’ cameras even when they weren’t taking pictures or videos. Users first noticed a green FaceTime symbol appear on their phones when they were scrolling through their Instagram news feeds in July. Facebook has denied spying, and blamed a bug. Facebook is being sued over claims it spied on Instagram users through their iPhone cameras.
  11. Dozens of Android users are reporting that the Instagram app isn’t working for them as of Saturday morning, with some posting about problems on mobile on Twitter since late Friday. At least one user reported that logging on led to a blank white screen. As writer Andrew LaSane pointed out on Twitter, the company doesn’t currently list any known issues on its website in spite of the fact that users have been reporting the bug on social media for more than 12 hours. Neither Instagram nor its parent company Facebook had issued any formal response to the complaints as of pub
  12. Vishal Shah was promoted to assume Adam Mosseri’s old position When former vice president of product Adam Mosseri was promoted to head of Instagram at the beginning of October, no successor was named for his former role. That changed Monday when product management director Vishal Shah was tapped as head of product for all of Instagram. Previously, Shah had been overseeing the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network’s shopping initiatives, advertising products and IGTV long-form video platform. Shah will report directly to Mosseri. Shah di
  13. Kevin Systrom hinted there were tensions between him and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom When Instagram co-founder and former CEO Kevin Systrom thinks back to the start of his social media company, he compares the process to launching a rocket. "Instagram didn't feel done by any stretch of the imagination, but it felt like it was in orbit. And if we let go and let others take it, it would continue to go on," Systrom said at the WIRED25 Summit in San Francisco on Monday. In September, Systrom and Instagram's
  14. The app promotes sharing your status, location, and more with your closest friends Facebook is developing a new messaging app called Threads that is meant to promote constant, intimate sharing between users and their closest friends, The Verge has learned. Threads, which is designed as a companion app to Instagram, invites users to automatically share their location, speed, and battery life with friends, along with more typical text, photo, and video messages using Instagram’s creative tools. The app, which is designed for sharing with your “close friends” list on Inst
  15. Hyp3r, an apparently trusted marketing partner of Facebook and Instagram, has been secretly collecting and storing location and other data on millions of users, against the policies of the social networks, Business Insider reported today. It’s hard to see how it could do this for years without intervention by the platforms except if the latter were either ignorant or complicit. After BI informed Instagram, the company confirmed that Hyp3r (styled HYP3R) had violated its policies and has now been removed from the platform. In a statement to TechCrunch, a
  16. hello its best instagram robot but not free online checking license who can crack it? https://followadder.com/download-instagram-automated-software/ "Thanks NSANE"
  17. There isn't a day when I don't come across comments from bots on Instagram. They're all over the place. But there's nothing they love more than to spam high-profile pages with millions of followers. Whether it's LeBron James, Kim Kardashian, ESPN or Ariana Grande, their posts are often the target of comments such as "We gonna ignore the fact that I've GOT A HUGE BOOTY?" Behind these, are fake accounts featuring pictures and videos of naked and half-naked women, whose primary goal is to get people to sign up for shady porn sites. This has become a se
  18. Facebook really wants you to know that it’s in charge Just how uncool can Facebook make Instagram and WhatsApp? If exerting more influence over the direction of both apps by installing Facebook executives wasn’t enough, now the social network giant is going to add “Facebook” to their names. Instagram will soon become “Instagram from Facebook” and WhatsApp will turn into “WhatsApp from Facebook.” The company already follows this approach with its Workplace app. The Information first reported the planned changes, which Facebook confirmed directly. The new tit
  19. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is soliciting technology firms to build a tool that can monitor social media for threats. The agency posted a request for proposals on July 8 claiming it wants a “social media early alerting tool,” that will help it track the use of the platforms by terrorists, criminal organizations, and foreign agencies. “With increased use of social media platforms by subjects of current FBI investigations and individuals that pose a threat to the United States, it is critical to obtain a service which will allow the FBI to identify r
  20. Instagram has been testing in some countries what its platform would look like without likes appearing on posts. The removal of likes is designed to improve the lives of consumers, but influencers are starting to feel the impact of the change on their accounts and their brands. But brands value "authentic" influencers who are their "true selves" more than engagement metrics such as likes, influencer marketers tell Business Insider. Influencers say it's a catch-22: Instagram's built-in algorithm values engagement for curating the posts that show up first in front of user
  21. 49 Million Instagram Influencers, Celebrities Personal Data Leaked Online A new massive database uncovered that contains nearly 49 million of Instagram Influencer’s, celebrities and brand account contact information leaked online. Security researcher Anurag Sen discovered this unprotected database and reported to Tech Crunch, in result, owners have been notified and secured the database. Further investigation reveals that the database owned by Mumbai-based social media marketing firm Chtrbox, a company paying to top accounts own
  22. Scammers Use Fake Copyright Notices to Steal Instagram Accounts Scammers are using fake copyright notices to obtain login credentials from Instagram users, cybersecurity firm Kaspersky reveals. The recipients are told that their account will be suspended for copyright infringement within 24 hours. They can, however, "verify" their account if they believe it's a mistake. There is no denying that many people spend several hours per day on their social media accounts. Those who gain enou
  23. Instagram vows to remove all graphic self-harm images from site All graphic images of self-harm will be removed from Instagram, the head of the social media platform has told the BBC. The move comes after the father of 14-year-old Molly Russell, who took her own life in 2017, said Instagram had "helped kill" his daughter. Molly's family found she had been viewing graphic images of self-harm on the site prior to her death. Adam Mosseri said Instagram was trying to balance "the need to act now and the need to act responsibly".
  24. Post a comment Facebook Facebook to merge WhatsApp, Messenger, Instagram messaging The company wants to make it possible to send messages among the services while keeping the brands separate. Facebook plans to create a single underlying messaging platform for WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram, a move that would allow users to send messages across the three standalone apps. The three apps will remain separate, but they'll be brought together under a single messaging platform or pr
  25. Instagram just got caught selling advertisements to the same follower-buying companies it claimed to have banned back in November. Back in November, Instagram claimed it banned all accounts that were obtained by third-party apps. These apps allow people to purchase followers and likes from fake accounts and bots. An investigation by TechCrunch found that despite Instagram’s claims, the app was still allowing these companies to place ads. TechCrunch reached out to Instagram to find out why they were still selling these ads. Instagram claimed that they removed
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