How to upload photos from Mac to Instagram


Every iOS User know well about how to upload a Picture from iOS devices to Instagram application, this article explains you about how to upload photos from Mac device to Instagram. There is one and only application which is available on Mac App store that lets you upload photos to Instagram from your Mac. It’s certainly the first third-party app I’ve encountered that does such a thing. Other Mac apps, like Instastack and Photodesk et you view your Instagram feed and comment and like photos, but none let you post photos because Instagram prevents third-party apps from uploading to its API.

The developer Caleb Benn of Anobot LLC found a way however, and has released Uploader for Instagram. The app costs $4.99, £3.99, AU$6.49 in the Mac App Store website. Let us discuss about how to use this application to upload photos from Mac to Instagram.

  • Initially you have to download and install this application on your Mac device.
  • Once you’re done with installation an application icon will be appears in your menu bar.
  • Click on that and adds an item to the right-click menu.
  • To upload a photo, right click on the file and choose Share to Instagram or Services > Share to Instagram.
  • Then the application opens a small window, in the window you can zoom in to crop your photo.
  • By default, the app crops landscape-oriented photos to fit the Instagram square, but you can zoom out and post the full, rectangular image.
  • Tap the camera shutter button to the right of the zoom slider to select one of 47 different effects for your photo, but they are more akin to wacky Photo Booth effects than Instagram filters. You can also also click the Camera button to the left to snap a shot using your Mac’s iSight camera to upload.
  • When you have your photo ready, click Done. A new window will then drop down from the app’s menu bar icon, letting you add a caption. To upload it to Instagram, click Share. You get a notification letting you know your upload was a success.


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