20 Apps To Make Your Instagram Better
Photo app Instagram has never been more popular. It now has 150 million active users each month and 55 million new photos added every day. And it’s safe to say an awful lot of those photos aren’t just in-the-moment snaps. They’ve been manipulated, retouched or filtered with any number of built-in features and additional apps. Join the masses and make your Instagram better with these apps.
1. Pic Stitch
This free iPhone app let you put several photos into a grid to style them and share them all together.
2. Photo Grid
This free app has the same basic principle as Pic Stitch, but it’s for Android users.
This is a free Android app that lets you edit photos, draw on photos and create collages.
This app brings professional photography tools to your iPhone for $1.99. Zoom, focus and improved clarity are some of the many features included.
This Android app offers a full photo editing suite for $2.99 with optional free add-ons.
This free Android app gives you access to some professional photo tools and effects. It offers a variety of aspect ratios, camera and lens effects, and retro-style filters.
This $1.99 iPhone app can turn a picture into something you’d see on a 1950s poster.
It’s all in the title. This free iPhone app turns photos into cutesy, girly snaps with lots of effects.
This free app lets you post entire photos to Instagram instead of the standard square photos.
This $0.99 iPhone app lets you adjust lighting effects for an artistic touch.
Create long-exposure photos with this free iPhone app.
14. Tiny Planet
This $0.99 iPhone app turns your surroundings into tiny, spherical planets.
This free app for iPhone simulates tilt-shift photography for a toylike look.
This free iPhone app combines photos for a dreamy, double-exposure look.
17. Double Photo
This is the same idea as DPX but for Android users.
Separately adjust the foreground of your photos or give yourself an entirely new backdrop using this $0.99 iPhone app.
This $1.99 iPhone app lets you add geometric shapes and patterns to your photos for an artistic twist.
This isn’t an app per se, but it’s still useful. Back up your pictures and save them on your computer with Instarchive.