The more pics you download from Instagram, the more you need Major Share's Instagram Downloader, and even more so if you prefer to sample a user's galleries instead of following them. Enter a user's name (even your own) and Instagram Downloader will download the user's entire gallery and display it as thumbnails. You can select all, some, or none; Instagram Downloader will save your selections to a folder of your choice. It can even search one user's gallery while it downloads another user's pictures. This free tool runs in Windows XP to 8. Of … Read more
InstLike -Free instagram likes doesn't seem like it should work, but it really does boost your likes and followers on Instagram. It makes you jump through hoops to unlock more of the credits you need, though. If you don't mind giving up your Instagram account information, it's a good way to buy popularity.
InstLike -Free instagram likes makes you earn credits to buy likes on Instagram. You start with 20 credits (which equals 20 likes) and can earn more by promoting the app or by using the app's "auto-liker" feature to like hundreds of … Read more
Windows Phone users can now tap into Instagram through a third-party app.
The 6tag app lets you upload and share your photos and videos, customize them via filters, and check out photos from your friends.
You can share your favorite photos on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, and Foursquare. The app offers an array of filters, including XPro-II, Earlybird, Rise, Amaro, Hudson, and Lo-fi. And you can tag your posts with your … Read more
Stars have always enjoyed special privileges.
The best tables at restaurants, the best tickets to movies, goodness, they might have even shared girlfriends with presidents.
The endearing thing used to be, though, that people only heard about it years later, when someone like Kitty Kelley wrote about it.
These days, stars are just like everyone else. They tweet and they Facebook. They need not merely to show off, but to do it in real time.
They have their phones with them, and they're going to show you how great their life is. Right here, right now.
And so it … Read more
Apps like Luxogram, Instaframe, and Webstagram had better watch out. Instagram is hunting down those companies that use words and logos that resemble its app and politely asking them to cease and desist.
The photo-sharing social network recently updated its brand guidelines with a revised list of dos and don'ts. Some dos include "name your product something that is unique and original to you" and "design your own app icon that represents your brand."
The don'ts list gets more specific. It includes don't "use 'Instagram,' 'IG,' 'Insta' or 'Gram' in your app … Read more
Would you pay $30 for a thousand bogus "likes" on Instagram? Apparently some buzz-seeking businesses would.
Reuters reports that hackers are selling rigged Instagram endorsements, and that to create these supposed indicators of a company's cool factor, they've rejiggered a virus originally designed to steal credit card numbers.
And get this: the endorsements sell for more than the credit card info.
Reuters cites security company RSA in reporting this new use for the Zeus virus -- malware that can be secretly slipped onto millions of computers to create a botnet, or army of "zombie" … Read more
When you're a star, you have the world at your feet and, in our socially networked society, beneath your fingers.
With just a few strokes, you can make millions listen and governments beware.
Please, therefore, imagine Kim Kardashian's quandary when she decided to rail against Katie Couric.
Couric's offense, as the Los Angeles Times reports, was to apparently offer mild criticism of the Kardashian phenomenon, despite having sent Kim and Kanye a baby gift.
As with most image-editing apps, Afterlight lets you snap a shot or load one from your Camera Roll or photo stream. In settings, you can tweak such things as starting the app in camera mode, saving the original image, and autofinalizing filters and textures, which means you won't have to confirm the use of a filter or texture each time you choose one and move to … Read more
If there's a technology out there that users love, there's probably a company that doesn't want it integrated with their own services.
This week, Google admitted that it had deliberately blocked some of the functionality of Microsoft's latest attempt at a native YouTube app for Windows Phone. Google chalked up its decision to a determination that Microsoft had violated YouTube's terms of service, even after the two companies tried working together on a version of the app based on HTML5.
Sounds familiar? It should. The history of the technology industry is littered with examples of … Read more
Japanese photographer Keisuke Jinushi appears to have a doting girlfriend. Check his Instagram stream and you'll see her manicured hand feeding him snacks in a cafe, wiping jam off his lips, and pinching his cheeks. Aw, young love. There's a good reason you never see the rest of this mystery lady. His girlfriend is just his right hand.