If you’re a fan of the good old Instagram, you must have come across a moment when you would want to download a particular image or video. Whether it is some incredible photography that you found on your Instagram feed or just some pictures of friends and family you would like to keep, there is a way to save Instagram photos on Android.
You can always choose to screenshot an image in the Instagram app, but nothing beats a full resolution image. This sweet and simple guide gives you the easiest way to save Instagram photos and videos on Android in high quality.
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Save Instagram photos on Android with InstaSave
Undoubtedly the most popular Instagram image saving app, InstaSave is available for free on the Google Play Store (download here). Once you have downloaded and installed the InstaSave app on your Android device, open the app and sign in with your Instagram account details.
Your entire Instagram feed will be available as a photo gallery, and each image will be reproduced as a selectable image icon. You can either scroll through the image gallery to find the images you want to download to your Android device.
You can also press the search icon on the top of the window and look up the Instagram profile that you want to save images from. You can only save images and videos that are in your Instagram feed or have not been set as private by the uploaders.
Once you have selected the images from your Instagram feed, press the save icon on the top of the window to store all the selected images to your Android device. The confirmation window for saving the images will also highlight the storage location of the images, which you can later access through your Gallery app.
Do you find InstaSave the easiest solution to save Instagram photos on Android in full resolution, or do you have another app suggestion to get the job done? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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August 08 2017