Top Tools for Automating Instagram (Compilation 2022)



Instagram is the largest social network for sharing photos and videos. And it is quite logical that many people use Insta to grow their business. However, maintaining an account takes a lot of time and effort. Fortunately, specialized tools allow you to automate this whole thing. Let's get to know them better.

SocialPilot ($50)

Allows you to work with Instagram and other popular social networks (Facebook, LinkedIn, Tiktok, Twitter, Pinterest, Google My Business, Tumblr, VK, etc.).

  • Ability to customize posts for different accounts.
  • Direct posting to Instagram without reminders and third-party tools.
  • Deep analytics and reports on your activity in social networks.
  • There is a convenient built-in calendar.
  • Content curation option.
  • Bulk publication scheduling.
  • Choosing the best time to post.
  • Ability to work together.
  • Access to all correspondence from different accounts in one place.
  • Simplified work with clients.
  • Integration with Canva.

And here is a link to an overview of SocialPilot

Kicksta ($99)

It helps to attract real subscribers and improve audience engagement.

  • There is a dashboard that you can customize for yourself.
  • Customer support is available 24/7.

  • It might not live up to your expectations.
  • The cost doesn't match the features.

Upleap ($78)

Allows you to buy subscribers and improve audience engagement. After registration, a personal manager will be attached to your account, who will help you set up your account and solve any other problems.

  • There is a free 3-day trial (without adding credit card details).

  • Upleap users have several reviews who say that the account is doing well only the first time, and after about a month, the service stops working.
  • Many users complain that most of the subscribers are fake.

Jarvee ($69,95)

This PC program will help automate things like following/unfollowing, reposting, liking, deleting posts, sending comments or direct messages, etc.

  • Works with Instagram and other social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Youtube, etc.).
  • Separately, you can take a course in marketing.

  • Very steep learning curve.
  • Sometimes technical support scores on user problems.

Instavast ($45)

This bot will help you find the right audience on Instagram and automate things like comments, likes, and even messaging.

  • Does not require installation on a PC.
  • There is an excellent image editor.
  • There is a free 3-day trial.

  • Many users complain that the tool eats up a lot of resources.
  • Some features are missing, such as uploading photos, viewing history, etc.
  • Not the best customer support.

Instamber ($77)

It automates the interaction with your audience, mass mailing of messages, scheduling publications, and working with comments.

  • Does not require installation on a PC.
  • Provides detailed reports on your progress.
  • All functions can be customized.

  • Technical support often scores on user problems.
  • During operation, the tool may crash and cause errors.
  • The results last only for the first days.

Gram ($49)

It will help automate such things as scheduling posts for Instagram multi-accounts, likes, comments, subscription/unsubscription, sending messages.

  • There is a free hashtag analysis tool.
  • The ability to parse target audience data.
  • There is a built-in image editor.
  • Integration with cloud services is supported.

  • Many users are dissatisfied with basic automation features.
  • No tech support.
  • There were cases when users were deducted from the payment without their knowledge.

Tailwind ($79,99)

Suitable for automating Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook. It is possible to change the design of posts right here. There is a handy Drag&Drop tool for manual planning.

  • Cool hashtag monitoring feature.
  • Supports integration with Unsplash and image editing.
  • There are ready-made posts tailored for various business areas.
  • There are features like Smart bio and SmartSchedule.

  • Works slowly.
  • Not a very intuitive interface.

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