Instagram is a great photo-based social network for iOS that makes it easy to share your iPhone photos online. If you ever lose those photos, however, re-downloading them all can be a tedious process. Instaport solves that problem by letting you download them all in a big ZIP file.It's really easy to use. You just sign in with your Instagram account, allow access, and click download. Instaport will then prepare your zip and give you a download link. The time it will take will depend on the number of photos (and probably server load as well). In my case, 39 photos (about 3MB of data) took around 30 seconds. In the future, Instaport will let you export directly to Facebook, Flickr, and even an RSS feed. For the time being, you're limited to just a ZIP file but that's pretty handy if you've lost any or all of your images.
Instaport Downloads All Your Instagram Photos In A Zip File
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