Instagram is a photo and video-sharing social networking service owned by Facebook, Inc. It was created by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, and launched in October 2010 exclusively on iOS. Wikipedia
A version for Android devices was released a year and a half later, in April 2012, followed by a feature-limited website interface in November 2012, and apps for Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 in April 2016 and October 2016 respectively. Instagram app allows you to share photos, videos, and stories on your personal feed. Get Instagram Customer Service online.
Update: Over the last two years, Instagram has become one of the most influential social networks with over 800 million users worldwide.
Instagram is a social media app that allows users to share photos and videos from their lives, add captions, edit filters, tweak settings, engage with others, explore and creep, and so, so much more.

For an app or website (in this case both) to be successful, it requires a great customer support team, capable of answering all user questions and requests in a timely manner. While the support area on Instagram Community is great & the team is very responsive and capable of offering professional aid to users in need. We offer Instagram Customer Service online.

Unfortunately, there is no way to directly Contact Instagram. You can’t call, text, email, or otherwise speak to an employee or affiliate of the given company. You can, however, use Help Center to diagnose and report a problem with your account. Get Help With;

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Pros Of Instagram:

1. Customizable features: Instagram allows you to edit your photos using a variety of filters and geotags before posting them. You can customize your privacy settings on who has access to your photos.

2. Share content: You can easily share business content, photos, video and creative posts to a wide audience through the app. People can like, comment and share your content on other platforms.

3. Frequent updates: When you follow an influential person on Instagram, you will get fresh content anytime they update new posts.

4. Hashtags and geotags: You can use Instagram hashtags and geotags to personalize your content. The hashtags are important whenever you want to carry out an Instagram campaign or engage specific users. Geotags show business location and the surrounding environment.

5. Use Instagram stories feature: Just like Snapchat, Instagram introduced stories feature where you can post photos and videos for 24 hours. You can add as many photos you want within a day and use filters to edit the posted stories.

6. Link to other platforms: Instagram allows you to link to other social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. If you post a story, you can share it on all other platforms.

7. User interface: Instagram has an appealing well-organized interface as compared to Facebook. It allows you to organize your profile in an efficient and organized manner.

8. Effective promotion: Many business brands use Instagram to promote their brands. Startups can showcase their work to the audience thus, Instagram is an effective marketing strategy.

9. Strict Privacy: You cannot bypass security settings on Instagram making it easy to maintain your profile private between your followers.

10. Effective interaction: Photo-sharing, filters, video and live stream features make interaction via Instagram effective, unlike Facebook which provides unreliable features.


Cons Of Instagram:

1. Limited to photo sharing: Instagram is built as a photo-sharing website thus restricting the users to only share photos. Although you can also include videos, it still cannot compete with Facebook.

2. Addictive: A lot of people, especially the young generation, are addicted to Instagram. Even when they’re not uploading new photos, they can spend time viewing photos from others.

3. Not web-optimized: Instagram is only built for the app thus the web-version looks disorganized. Web images are not optimized for each shape making it look terrible as compared to Facebook.

4. Fewer features on web-version: Instagram web-version has fewer features as compared to the Instagram mobile app.

5. Creates fake life: Many people want to be famous by creating a fake life through the platforming. They can post a fake picture to garner more followers and become famous overnight.

6. Incompatible operating system: The Instagram app is available for iOS, Android and Windows operating systems only. The app cannot run in devices using Linux or Blackberry operating systems.

7. Limited image editing features: The app is over-dependent on images and has limited tools to edit the images.

8. Image theft: Some people can steal professional images posted on Instagram for their own gains without consent.

9. Collective privacy: You cannot edit the privacy of each image individually. You can either set public or set the private.

10. False advertising: Many startup businesses rely on Instagram to market and promote their brand and sometimes they can advertise fake news in order to gain more followers and generate leads. Need Instagram Customer Service to get it?

Common Problems Instagram User Face;

  • I Forgot My Password
  • I don’t receive a password reset email
  • Email address can’t be found during a password reset
  • I’m receiving a password reset email for the wrong Instagram account
  • I receive a password reset email but still can’t log in
  • can’t locate my account or don’t know my username in Instagram
  • I received an email that I created a new Instagram account, but I didn’t sign up for a new account.
  • My account has been disabled
  • The App is Crashing
  • Instagram is crashing when I try to upload a photo.
  • My Instagram app freezes while processing a photo.
  • I can’t share posts to the tumbler
  • Instagram is crashing when I try to upload a photo.
  • I think my Instagram account has been hacked.
  • My Instagram app freezes while processing a photo.
  • I’m having issues with Google Play Store downloads (Android).
  • Unable to load pictures
  • The Instagram update is stuck on “Installing” on my phone (Apple iOS).
  • My phone or tablet isn’t supported.
  • I can’t download Instagram on my iPhone (iOS6).
  • I can’t share posts to Facebook
  • I’m not receiving notification
  • My new username is not appearing

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2 reviews for Instagram

  1. smartcookie

    Fun, but best for mature, self disciplined kids
    I have a 17, 11 & 9 year old, and the changes in social media over the past 5 years have been staggering. While safety is an obvious concern, the more practical concern for me is what all the screen time is doing to young brain and social skill development. When my oldest was a preschooler, it was generally accepted by parents that too much TV was bad for young minds. With the excitement over new technology, (myself included) it is easy to let them spend hours exploring fun new apps on a variety of screens. My teen ager has had this app for almost a year, and we have discussed the importance of choosing carefully what she posts – no sexually provacative shots, nothing you wouldn’t want your grandmother to see. Kids often forget that anyone who has access to their account can “screen shot” any picture they post. This means that once you post a picture, you lose control of where it might end up. Kids are often not very choosy about who they follow and who they allow to follow them, in an attempt to look more “popular” they will often let friends of friends follow them, or follow popular celebrities or older teens. The pictures celebrities and older teens post can be provocative, and the comments crude. There is also the down side of seeing what your peers are doing, 24 / 7. It is easy to get the idea that “everyone” is having fun, and I’m not. In reality, this isn’t the case, but teens can become obsessed with what everyone else is doing, and stop being engaged with their own life. Yes, teens have always been preoccupied with the social life of others, but now they never get away from the constant “high light” reel of everyone else’s life. It makes it harder to focus on being themselves. My 9 & 11 year old do not have the app, because I have seen the down side of social media for kids who use it at too young an age. First, my 9 year old daughter has friends who follow much older girls and imitate the behavior of teenagers. Nothing is creepier to me than a 9 year old girl trying to be sexually provocative on social media. I would prefer my younger daughter not be aware of what teens do at parties for another 5 years or so. Childhood is short enought the way it is. With my 11 year old son, I notice that when his friends come over now, they are more interested in folliowng social media and texting than in playing basketball, or interacting with the people who are in the room with them. I see their normally good social skills dissolving in front of my eyes. I have not even touched on the drama that can occur when kids use social media to exclude or be cruel to others. It definitely makes it much easier to be mean, when you don’t have to look at the person you are mistreating. I think parents have a responsibility to monitor what their children are posting, to make sure that their kids don’t get caught up in the drama of the moment and post hurtful things. It is simply part of teaching your child to be a responsible human being. Unfortunately, monitoring takes time, and if you don’t have it (like I don’t for my 2 youngest) you probably shouldn’t let your kids have the app. That being said, this is a really fun app for the socially & emotionally mature. Until there is more research on the effects of social media I will proceed with caution and limit the screen time my kids have, while monitoring (following) what they post. Yes, kids can create a separate account to keep parents in the dark, but if you are an engaged, aware parent, you will probably catch on to this trick.

  2. MJFM

    To be perfectly honest, if you are a parent, you are always looking at things from a very protective point of view, especially when it comes to social media. You want to protect your kids from everything. “You might as well just stick them in a box,” says Riley Powers, a frequent Instagram user. However, your kids are going to learn most of the curse words and violence from you, the parents. You might have a fight with your spouse and use some innapropriate language. Now, I’m not saying that it should be used for every age, but fifth graders now a days have IPhones, so how are you going to stop them from getting Instagram or Twitter or Vine? It would almost be impossible, so why even try? You all just don’t know what it’s like being a teenager in the twenty-first century.

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