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How to Regram Images on Instagram

By Jun 5, 2014 January 30th, 2016 19 Comments

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One of the best things about social media is being able to share things with your followers. You can share on Facebook, retweet on Twitter and repin on Pinterest. Sharing is essentially what social media is all about.

For quite some time, Instagram lacked in this area. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve came across something on Instagram that I wanted to share with my followers. Thankfully, I learned how to regram images on Instagram using a third-party app!

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How to Regram Images on Instagram

Regramming images allows you to share photos with your followers, while giving credit to the original Instagram poster.

Step 1

Download the Repost app for Instagram. There are other regramming apps, but this one is easiest to use, has the most features, and is available for free on IOS devices and in the Google Play Store.

Step 2

Once you have the Repost app installed on your phone, you’ll want to connect your Instagram account to your Repost app. This allows the two applications to work together.

Step 3

Now that you have the app downloaded and the Repost app connected to your Instagram account, you can start reposting images. When you select a photo to regram, the Repost app will automatically give credit to the original owner of the photo. This allows you to share with your readers while ensuring you are not claiming a photo as your own.

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