The entire Internet community was buzzing with the news of Instagram’s new terms of service on the 17th December 2012: “You agree that a business may pay Instagram to display your photos in connection with paid or sponsored content or promotions without any compensation to you.” The idea that Instagram could sell pictures of its users was met with many reactions, one of which was PastBook’s response to the news: the creation of Instaback.
What is Instaback? In PastBook’s own words, it’s a quick tool to “create a backup of all your Instagram photos.” Once again, it follows a very simple schema: go onto the Instaback webpage and enter your e-mail address to receive the dowload link and type in your Instagram credentials – then you’re set! PastBook has reacted quickly to this very recent news, in hopes of responding adequately to the needs of its users who are also avid Instagram users.
This news is not a cue for Instagram users to pack bags and delete their accounts; on the contrary, helpful tools like the one PastBook offers encourage users to keep their accounts but with the additional benefit of being able to save your pictures on your computer or laptop, with no extra hassle. It is also important to remember that the changes described above will only apply to pictures uploaded after the new terms of service is completely settled – it is therefore unnecessary to yield to the huge media “panic” around the news.
The policy of Instagram might come under revision but as the saying goes, better safe than sorry – Instaback is here to help you store your photos on your computer in one ZIP file in a few simple clicks!
Try it now http:instaback.pastbook.com