Instagram is my favorite social media platform. I spend waaaay to much time on it, but I do have the largest following on Instagram out of all my social profiles.
I spend a lot more time planning my Instagram posts than most people might think. From taking the actual photos and editing them, to posting them online with a caption and blog post, it can be a lot of work.
Here are my favorite apps that I use that make preparing an Instagram post a little bit easier.Best apps to use for Instagram - Click To Tweet
UnUm – My fave app to plan out my Instagram grid. Honestly, I am not the best planner for grids or themes on Instagram, but this app helps me plan somewhat of a cohesive look.
A Color Story – This is the best app to edit a photo with, IMO. I spent around $8 a year ago to get all the presets that were available at the time. I would suggest to spend the money and get all the presets because it is well worth it. This makes editing my Instagram photos on the go a breeze and this app has so many features and filters to make the color in the photos really pop.
DropBox App – This is the quickest way to get photos from my computer to my phone. I used to send them through Facebook but it really decreases the photo quality through Facebook messenger. The DropBox app is the perfect way to transfer photos easily and keep your photo quality.
This is part one of a series I am doing over Instagram tips and tricks.
Be sure to leave a comment on what else you would like me to share! I would love to hear more about the apps you use that help you manage your Instagram, these are just a few of mine.
This post is post #2 for Blogvember. Read post #1 here or read about Blogvember here.