But that Web feed and Instagram's website do not allow uploading images directly from a computer; they're simply designed to display what people have uploaded from mobile devices on the Web and to give each user their own area on the website.
Be advised, though, that many technical glitches have been reported by folks trying to get Bluestacks to work with Instagram on a PC or Mac.
We Rachel Weisz’s and Natalie Portman’s of the world know that in order to snag an Adam Brody or Jake Gyllenhall — AKA a Torah-reading, vacation-loving and reasonably tall Jewish husband — we must also deliver the goods.
In fact, from the shtetl, to the ghetto, to right here in New York City, we've devoted our lives to it, having watched our mothers do exactly the same.
Another app for desktop use is a free program called Instafeed, which pretty much allows you to do everything you'd normally do on Instagram on your PC – except upload photos.
To get Instagram for your mobile phone, visit the i Tunes App Store (for i Phones) or the Google Play store (for Android phones.)If you want to apply special effects from your computer, try some other photo apps that do things similar to Instagram.
It said in May 2017: Currently, you can share your photos on a photo-by-photo basis on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.