For the last year, I have been looking for tools that will help me post images to Instagram from my desktop. Among free tools available out there as listed in this article here, I have tried Bluestacks & Gramblr. Bluestacks, in my opinion, is extremely unreliable as it sometimes (and on certain desktops) works and other times, doesn’t. Gramblr has been updated to version 2 which now offers cropping and filter effects however, it lets you use JPG images only as it currently can’t process other formats (like gif/png) and also it does not work well with ALL size images.

For a short period, I also used Schedugram, which is a paid tool lets you upload as well as schedule posts to Instagram from your desktop. At the time my Instagram posts were being scheduled by my assistant. Later when I decided I wanted to regularly post to the app myself, I found it to be an unnecessary waste of my time and money to keep continuing with Schedugram. I now wanted a free app that would simply help me post twice a day to Instagram from my desktop – no scheduling was required.

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Instapic

My search finally led me to this Windows 10 app called Instapic. InstaPic is the first and only fully featured and 100% Free Instagram Client for Windows devices. It even comes with a suite of Photo editing features ranging from filters to adjusting brightness, saturation, contrast and several more. It’s without doubt the best most sophisticated Instagram app for windows devices.

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