Instagram seems to have changed a few things that broke the way the app works. I will do my best to fix it in a timely manner. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
Repost Instagram photos and videos to Instagram.
No coins or tokens needed
Reposter, previously known as Regrammer, doesn’t require coins or tokens. You can use the app without ever spending a dime.
The app is simple, elegant, and doesn’t add any watermark to your reposted photos or videos.
Unlimited & unrestricted
The app lets you repost an unlimited number of photos and videos without any restriction.
Easy to use
Reposter for Instagram is super easy to use:
- Select the Instagram photo or video you want to repost.
- Preview it in Regrammer.
- Repost it to your favorite social network or share it with a friend.
This app and its makers are not affiliated with Instagram, Inc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Instagram seems to have changed a few things that broke the way the app works. I will do my best to fix it in a timely manner. Thank you for your patience and understanding!How can I save photos and videos to my iPhone?
You can save photos, videos, stories, and IGTV videos to your iPhone.
To do so, start by previewing the content in the Reposter app, then hit the Repost button and select Repost on Instagram. This will open up the Share sheet and automatically save the photo or video to your Camera roll.
Note that you don’t have to repost to Instagram for the photo/video to be saved to your Camera roll.
Simply tapping Repost on Instagram will save the photo/video to your library.
I bought the Pro version but I still see ads, or all features aren't unlocked. What can I do?
Open the app and go to the app’s settings. Tap on the Regrammer Pro tab at the top. Tap on the Restore Purchase link.
Assuming you did purchase the Pro version to begin with, this will unlock all Pro features.
The app says the account I am trying to view is Private, but I know for sure it is a Public account. What is wrong?
Sometimes the app returns this error but the problem isn’t necessarily about the Instagram account you are viewing but rather a connection issue.
If you are currently connected to Wi-Fi, please try to connect to a different Wi-Fi network, if possible. Or, try to connect to over cellular (4G or LTE).
If you are currently on cellular, try connecting to a Wi-Fi network.
Finally, if you are using a VPN, please make sure to temporarily disable the VPN.
The Copy Caption feature isn’t working. What can I do?
Note that the Copy Caption feature, as its name suggests, only copies the caption. This feature doesn’t automatically paste the caption into your repost.
When you enable the Copy Caption feature, the caption will be automatically copied to your iPhone clipboard, but it cannot be automatically pasted into Instagram. You still have to manually paste the caption yourself.
To do that, tap and hold you finger on the text field that reads “write a caption,” then select Paste.
Sometimes, Instagram is simply having issues and when that is the case, the best thing to do is to simply wait a few minutes or hours.
If the issue persists, make sure that you have downloaded the latest version of Reposter and the latest version of Instagram. Then force-quit both Regrammer and Instagram.
If the issue still persists, delete Reposter and install it again, then delete Instagram and install it again. In most cases, this fixes the issue.
This issue could also be caused by your internet connection. To rule out your internet connection as the cause, connect to a different Wi-Fi network and try using Reposter. You can also turn off Wi-Fi entirely and only connect using your cellular provider.
Due to limitations set by Apple and Instagram, Reposter cannot repost multiple photos at the same time, neither can any similar application in the App Store.
However, Reposter can display previews of Instagram posts that show multiple photos or videos, but you will have to repost each of them separately.
If Apple or Instagram ever allow for multiple photos/videos uploads at once, we will definitely implement the feature. It’s just not possible at this time.
We believe this happens when the user who originally published the story adjusted the image to fit his specific device’s screen size better.
To get around this, do the following:
1. Preview the story and tap the Repost button. This will open the Instagram share sheet, and it will automatically save the story to your iPhone photo library.
2. Do not repost the story from the Instagram share sheet that you see. Instead, close the share sheet.
3. Now create a new story manually and use the story that was saved automatically to your library.
4. Adjust the image as you see fit, and publish it.
Question about Reposter for Instagram?
Send me an email and I’ll do my best to reply in a timely manner.