The latest release of open-source desktop Instagram app Ramme lets you upload photos to Instagram from the desktop on mac, windows and linux.
If you want to upload photos to Instagram from Ubuntu, you can! The photo sharing site now lets you upload photos without using the official Instagram app.
Ubuntu Phone has an unofficial Instagram app called Instagraph, but (until now) there was no desktop client available for Ubuntu desktop. Although Instagram is (imo) best experienced through its official mobile apps, you can login and browse […]
Filters, cropping and direct messaging are among the latest improvement arriving in an update to Instagraph, the unofficial third-party Instagram app for Ubuntu Touch. Instagraph 0.0.3 adds much-missed image manipulation tools. You can now crop photos, make […]
A big update to the unofficial Instagram app for Ubuntu Touch just hit the Ubuntu Store.
Instagraph is an unofficial Instagram app for Ubuntu Touch. The app is free, and supports photo uploads, commenting, liking and more.
An all-new, native Instagram app is coming to Ubuntu Phone. Say hello to Instagraph.
The Instagram Scope for Ubuntu Touch will stop working from May 31. This is the date Instagram retires access to its feed-reading APIs.
A refreshed Instagram Photos Scope features in the latest over-the-air update of Ubuntu Touch, which starts to roll out to supported devices from today.
Cats LOVE Linux, fact. But if you need purr-suading check out this post featuring 14 FOSS loving felines who use Fur-dora, Purrbuntu and OpenMews.
Looking for an Ubuntu app to apply Instagram style filters to your photos in Ubuntu? Grab your selfie stick and step this way…
Love it or loathe the photo-sharing service Instagram is incredibly popular - but unless you using the iOS or Android app there is no way to get the most out of it. Until now...