There are a few simple rules you need to follow when posting on Instagram. The first is that if you want to share photos from your iPhone, make sure they’re properly tagged and all of the links in the caption match with the content. For example, you’d post an image of Pete Davidson, the link to the image would be “Pete Davidson Net Worth,” If the link doesn’t match, the post will be deleted. The second rule is that you should always post to Instagram in the same manner, i.e., not in multiple posts. For example, you wouldn’t want to post an image and have the caption read “net worth is worth learning.”
Another rule is to upload the image from your iPhone into the Windows Store. Instagram will attempt to post then, too (of course), and will wait until you’ve finished refreshing the page before it starts trying to post again. So edit out the image, attach your link, add your descriptions and tags, and right before you click the publish button start flight mode (i.e., you can easily access it through the Android notification screen or iOS home screen). That’s all there is to it!
You can also upload videos to YouTube and Windows Live Maker from your iPhone as well. However, the feature is currently only available in the Windows Store for the moment. So to upload videos to YouTube and Windows Live Maker on your iPhone, you’ll either need to download the individual videos from the YouTube site or open up the YouTube application. Once you’ve opened up the YouTube app, you can either search for videos using keywords, or you can type the term “instant video” into the search box, and a list of videos should appear where you can choose the ones you want to watch.
If you’d like to share your images, videos, or photos with others, tap the “Share” icon at the bottom of the screen and select the option you’d like to use. If you’d rather upload to Facebook, go to your Facebook profile and tap on the plus button located at the top right corner of the app. Select “lisha,” tap the link appearing beneath the previous option, then pick a file option to upload. If you’d like to share your files with other Bluetooth devices, select the “Share image on” link in the drop-down menu of the screen.
The instapic app supports both text and video. To view a photo or video, first tap on the images or videos in your gallery tab. Tap the “Edit” link under each image or video to bring up the editing panel. You can resize each image or video, apply filters to photos and videos, apply 3D enhancements, edit captions, and apply tags to the images.
Unlike the instapic app, the Hootsuite does not require installation. Simply download the HTML app from the google play app store and install it onto your desktop. You may have to sign in with an existing email address to access your account. Once you’re logged in, you’ll be able to access all your different accounts, including Hootsuite, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Yahoo.
The app allows you to upload images from your computer to your mobile device. To do this, tap on the “imentary file type” icon located in the upper right corner of the app. This will prompt you to upload the JPEG file or PDF file you’d like to share. The ability to upload images via any of your four social media accounts gives the instapic an overall similar feel as the Hootsuite.
It’s also important to note that there are differences between the two apps. The only true difference is that one can upload to both iOS and Android devices. The only option currently available for uploading to mobile devices is the blue Stack’s HTML editing suite. The HTML editing suite supports most common web standards, including; text, headings, links, blocks, comments, and images.