Best Apps For Ig Posts

Social media is an essential part of our daily lives. Whether it be for business or pleasure, we are making every effort to connect with anyone and everyone around the globe. Facebook and Instagram are two such social media platforms that sit on almost everyone’s phones today. With IG posts now counting towards Google search engine rankings, it makes all the sense in the world to optimize your IG posts, making them effective to not only get you more engaged followers virtually, but also drive traffic to your website/blog post.

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Best Apps For Ig Posts

Instagram Photo Editing Apps
Instagram’s in-app filters leave something to be desired. If you’re looking for an easy way to make your photos look more professional and unique, try out one of these alternative photo-editing apps. Whether you’re looking for a wider selection of filters developed by professional photographers, or just want to remove blemishes from selfies, these will do the trick.

  1. VSCO
    Price: Free
    Available on: Android and iOS
    VSCO provides free filters that often beat Instagram’s in-app options in terms of quality and professionalism. VSCO also offers plenty of editing tools (like customized sharpen, brightness/contrast, and skintone correction), so you can fully tweak your photo before exporting to Instagram. Plus, like Instagram, VSCO offers its own social capabilities: you can follow people directly on VSCO, and post and share photos from within the app.
  2. Priime
    Price: $2.99
    Available on: iOS
    Priime offers a selection of over 100 filters created in collaboration with professional photographers. If you aren’t sure which filter will look best, you can even receive recommendations from Priime’s Smart Suggestions.

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  1. Snapseed
    Price: Free
    Available on: Android and iOS
    Sometimes, your photo has varying degrees of darkness and brightness and you don’t want to auto-enhance all of it. Snapseed’s brush tool allows you to selectively adjust for exposure, saturation, and color temperature, which is ideal for situations where you’d rather selectively edit. Snapseed also gives you plenty of control and fine-tuning, and even provides tools to remove small blemishes or unwanted objects.
  2. Pixlr
    Price: Free
    Available on: Android and iOS
    With Pixlr, you can build your own filters with effects, overlays, and textures. When you’re happy with a filter you’ve created, you can save that filter and use it again. This can be particularly useful if you’re trying to build a unique brand image. Pixlr also lets you selectively adjust your brightness and sharpness. It includes a red-eye fixer and an array of photo-editing tools.
  3. Litely
    Price: Free
    Available on: iOS
    If you’re frustrated by photos that look overly filtered and edited, Litely is the tool for you. Litely offers uniquely subtle filters with the intent of enhancing the natural beauty of a photo. You can drag your finger anywhere on the image to make adjustments, and tap your finger to compare “before” and “after” versions. You can also choose different variations of the same filter (like “argyle,” “argyle high,” or “argyle faded”) to ensure the filter looks natural with your photo.

Instagram Apps for Followers
There aren’t many automated ways to gain followers, which makes the task a tedious challenge for any social media manager. Fortunately, the following tools can combat this challenge. Although the apps won’t let you buy followers, they offer legitimate options to gain and manage followers organically. You can decipher why people unfollow you, how to improve your social media visibility, and how to keep your followers long-term. With the help of these tools, you can attract a larger following and ensure your current followers are happy.

  1. Followers for Instagram
    Price: Free
    Available on: Android and iOS
    Followers for Instagram shows you accounts that unfollowed you, accounts that haven’t followed you back, and accounts you should be following based on similar accounts you already follow. You can use this data to strengthen weak relationships, make your followers happier, and understand the reasons an account might unfollow you. You might find that accounts are unfollowing you for simple, fixable reasons — like posting infrequently. Hopefully, fixing these issues improves your relationship to your Instagram audience longterm.

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  1. Social Rocket
    Price: Free
    Available on: iOS
    Social Rocket is a “likes/followers” marketplace: every time you like someone else’s post, you gain points to exchange for followers or likes on your own posts. Although this is probably an inefficient long-term solution, it can be helpful in the beginning when you’re trying to build an initial following and want your content to spread.

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  1. Crowdfire
    Price: Free
    Available on: iOS
    Crowdfire identifies your inactive followers. If you know your inactive followers, you can delete them from your followers pool and fix your ratio to get better analytics. Crowdfire also provides automated DM messaging, recognizes when people unfollow you, and helps you find new followers.

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  1. Tracker for Instagram
    Price: Free
    Available on: iOS
    Instagram doesn’t offer any efficient tools for unfollowing or following accounts in bulk. Tracker for Instagram allows you to do this directly from the app. It also shows you your overall post performance, and analyzes how followers engage with your account, so you can discover your most active users.

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  1. Followers & Likes on Instagram
    Price: Free
    Available on: iOS
    Followers & Likes on Instagram creates lists of your most engaged and least engaged followers, which is helpful because it gives you a better understanding of your target audience. It also shows you which posts attract the most likes and comments from your best followers. Knowing your most popular posts helps you evaluate and modify your future content strategy.

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Instagram Apps for Likes
On Instagram, likes are the strongest indicator we have when evaluating whether our audience is happy. Plus, the

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  1. Canva
    Use Canva to create awesome photos
    Canva is a graphic design platform that’s wildly popular with busy creators for its versatility.

The website features templates that come in every format you need, including your Instagram feed and Stories. It also has easy-to-use drag-and-drop features, so you don’t have to be a graphic designer to make quality assets.

Canva also comes with a stock library with photos, animations, music, and videos that are helpful to create ads and Reels.

Canva is free to use, but its paid plan unlocks even more design features, like the ability to create a brand tool kit and access to the best designs.

  1. Unfold
    Unfold provides hundreds of premade story templates
    The Unfold app is a Squarespace product with over 200 templates to create beautiful Instagram Stories.

Unfold comes with built-in fonts (so you’re not limited by Instagram’s selections) and photo-editing tools.

Unfold is free to use, but its paid plan unlocks even more design templates and features.

  1. Adobe Creative Cloud Express (formerly Adobe Spark)
    Adobe Creative Cloud
    Resize and convert images with Creative Cloud Express
    Anyone familiar with Adobe Spark will be thrilled to learn that it’s been improved and rebranded as Creative Cloud Express.

This tool is Adobe’s solution to well-designed social media templates with easy-to-use, drag-and-drop features. It’s also a good alternative to expensive photo-editing apps thanks to its basic editing features like resizing, background removal, and file conversion — go from JPG to PNG or from PNG to JPG in a snap.

There are thousands of templates available in Adobe’s library, in addition to fonts, stock music, and a limited selection of stock images from Adobe’s library.

Adobe Creative Cloud Express is free, but the paid plan gives you access to even more assets, music, and design features

  1. UNUM
    Envision your IG feed with UNUM
    UNUM is a visual planner app that allows you to see what your profile grid will look like after you post your next few photos. You can also edit your photos and videos, draft your caption and hashtags, and schedule your posts with the app.

UNUM has Instagram analytics tools and scheduling capabilities, but we like it for its design templates.

With its free plan, you get 18 grids to plan your posts and 500 photo and video uploads per month. There are paid options available, which gives you access to more planning grids and a higher upload limit.

  1. StoriesAds
    Stories Ads
    Make quality content with Stories Ads
    StoriesAds is a tool specifically designed to help you make high-quality Instagram Stories (along with vertical videos in general).

It provides several templates so that you don’t have to create a video from scratch. The intuitive video editor also prompts you to customize the video.

Its website states that the tool is “Free for a limited time,” so you might have to pay to use its marketing tools in the future.


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