The Best Repost App for Instagram in 2020

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Last updated on May 5th, 2020

Reposting content to your Instagram account is a great way to share content from your audience. There are many different repost apps for Instagram that will help you re-gram photos and videos straight to your account with proper attribution. Today we are going to be talking about the best apps to repost on Instagram that can be used on Andriod and iOS phones.

Benefits of Reposting on Instagram

Reposting photos on Instagram is a form of user-generated content and is an incredible way to grow your following.

Many Instagram users want to have their content reposted by accounts as it gives them more exposure and can help grow their accounts as well.

On the flip side, some business accounts make use of branded hashtags and ask their audience to tag them in photos, so they can quickly find their images to regram and repost to their brand accounts.

How to Repost on Instagram

Certain apps to repost on Instagram have been created that will allow you to easily regram content to your own account!

As long as you have a repost app for Instagram, you’ll be able to regram as much as you’d like!

Best Repost Apps for Instagram in 2020

The best repost apps for Instagram allow you to:

  • repost photos without watermarks
  • give proper attribution
  • allow you to regram quickly and effortlessly

There are many different apps to repost on Instagram for Android, iOS and your desktop/laptop computer.

Here are a couple of my favorite repost apps to use!

1. Repost: For Instagram [iOS, Android]

Although I am going to talk about a couple of others, this one is the best repost app for Instagram without a watermark.

The free version allows you to repost images (single or multiple) quickly and copies the caption along with the original account’s username so you can give proper attribution.

You can either choose to watermark the image or not, depending on what you prefer. Many other free repost apps require you to pay to remove the watermark on the image.

The fact that this app allows you to repost without the watermark in the free version is what makes it one of my favorite repost apps for iOS and Android.

The one thing I don’t like about this app is that it credits itself in the copied caption, which you will need to delete each time, however, considering the app is free, it’s a small price to pay for being able to repost photos to Instagram seamlessly.

2. Repost for Instagram [Android]

Repost for Instagram is a free app that is currently only available for Android. While I have an iPhone, I was able to get this app before it was discontinued. I enjoy how easy this app makes it to repost to Instagram. It also copies the caption and includes photo attribution so you never forget to give proper credit.

This app is free, but the free version will include a watermark over the reposted photos. If you’d like to remove the watermark, you will need to upgrade to the pro version which is $4.99.

Unlike the app mentioned above, this repost app for Instagram doesn’t allow you to repost posts with multiple images; it will only repost the first image.

3. Video Downloader for Instagram [iOS, Android]

So far, the reposting app I have mentioned do not allow you to regram/repost videos to Instagram, only photos. But there’s a repost app for Instagram that will allow you to regram any video you’d like! As with images, you will need to give proper credit when you regram videos.

4. Repost for Instagram: Regrann [iOS, Andriod]

Another great reposting app for Instagram is Regrann. Like the others mentioned, Regrann is easy to use, uses a simple copy and paste method for copying the copy and attribution and regrams photos and videos. You can also set a signature that appears in every image that you regram.

Setting a signature is very helpful if you have a specific set of hashtags that you always use, so you don’t need to copy and paste them manually with each post.

Regrann also gives you the ability to schedule your content if you purchase the pro app.

5. Tailwind for Instagram [Desktop, iOS, Andriod]

Tailwind is an online computer program that is more advanced than the above apps, but still allows you to repost along with view detailed analytics, perform hashtag research, schedule your posts and so much more.

Consider Tailwind as your digital marketing assistant, rather than just a repost app.

While Tailwind is not free, you can expect a very intuitive interface that will help you plan, manage and grow your Instagram account, making it worth the price.

To repost Instagram content online from Tailwind, you will need to do so from your computer. You will also only be able to regram single photos rather than videos and multiple images.

Finding the Best Repost App for Yourself

When trying to find the best repost app to use for your Instagram, there are a few questions you can ask yourself:

  • Do you want to pay for a repost app?
  • Do you want the ability to remove watermarks?
  • Do you need to post multiple photos?
  • Do you need the ability to repost videos?
  • Do you want your repost app to be able to schedule and find hashtags for your content?

Answering the above questions will help you narrow down your search for the perfect repost app for Instagram!

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Dana Nicole is a freelance content marketer. She has a Bachelor of Business with a major in marketing and has over 10 years of experience in marketing. She's passionate about Instagram marketing, blogging and SEO. Dana currently works with B2B and SaaS clients and uses her blog to help small businesses and bloggers learn online marketing!

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