Twitter to Instagram (update)

Twitter to Instagram: Linking your Instagram account with Twitter allows you to share your Instagram photos straight via your Twitter account. Sadly, this choice is just offered for your iOS 7 gadget, so if you're using Android, you're out of good luck. You can manually sever or reconnect the accounts via your Settings application, however this hassle-free control only shows up after you initially attach the two accounts with the Instagram application.


Twitter to Instagram


Creating the Connection

Opening your profile in the Instagram application, picking the gear symbol and choosing "Share Settings" provides a list of accounts with which you could share. Tapping "Twitter" and afterwards verifying your option enables you to share with Twitter. Even if you've previously done this, the alternative to toggle the connection on or off might not always appear in the Settings application. You could resolve that issue by touching "Twitter" from the Instagram application's Share Settings, selecting "Unlink" then reconnecting the accounts. Once linked, choose "Twitter" from apple iphone's Settings application to find the slider that toggles the link.


Even more suggestions ...

Once, it was easy to share your Instagram images through Twitter. Yet nowadays, sharing your Instagram pictures straight to Twitter simply tweets out a monotonous old web link, not that fav-worthy photo you just took.

No worries-- there's an easy solution.

IFTTT, short for "If This Then That" is a program that lets you develop "triggers" for your various applications. IFTTT has great deals of fantastic applications, but one of them is sharing Instagram images natively on Twitter once again.

To do so, you can produce a recipe-- IFTTT's name for its triggers-- for posting a picture to Twitter whenever you take a photo with Instagram.

Initially, go to IFTTT's web site and also produce an account. Then, visit this link and turn on the dish. You'll after that be asked to activate your Twitter as well as Instagram accounts, which you should go on and do. Then, the solution will basically link those 2 accounts, sending a tweet whenever you post a new image to Instagram.

A few cautions: This arrangement can be a little slow-moving, so fret not if your photos don't appear on Twitter promptly after you post them on Instagram. And also if you want to momentarily switch off the auto-posting, download IFTTT's mobile application, which lets you turn recipes on and off on a whim.