Instagram offers a seamless flow of content. You can binge on the content the whole day long. At times we find ourselves aimlessly scrolling through the posts, reels and other content on Instagram. From entertainment to shopping to education and fun everything can be done on Instagram. You can also view all the popular trends on Instagram. At times we encounter certain videos or reels that instantly catch our eye and we wish to share them and download them into our devices. Instagram does not allow this. You can only view content on Instagram and not download it. The least you can do is save reels and posts on Instagram to watch later but these would automatically disappear as soon as the user who posted them deletes it from his/her profile. Then how do you keep these photos and videos with yourself?
Instagram media downloader tools
With the advancement in IT now there is software available on Google that helps you view and download any Instagram photo or video directly to your device. One such cool software is Insta zoom. It has multiple tools that help you download any Instagram post or video directly to your device. These apps are easy to use. Instagram media downloader tools are backed by AI that help fetch accurate media and make it available for download in high quality.
You can use any Instagram media downloader by simply opening the tool from their website or app. Now with every post, reel or video on Instagram the link to that content is available, you can find and copy this link by tapping the options button over the content and choosing ‘copy URL’ option. Now paste this URL in the field provided under the tool and the media will be made available to you for viewing and downloading to your device for free. These tools only allow you to download media from public profiles due to privacy norms.
Screenshots and screen recorders
While watching media on Instagram it is quite common that we might instantly like a picture and would want to keep it in our gallery for later use. For this all you need to do is screenshot this image. Post which you can crop and keep the portion on the image that is relevant while cropping the unnecessary screen parts that are also captured while taking a screenshot. The only problem with this trick is that you might lose on the quality of the image. But screenshots wouldn’t work if it’s a video that you wish to save. For this you can always use screen recorders. Screen recorders record the entire screen. So you simply play the video and turn the screen recorder on to capture the entire video and keep it to your gallery. The only thing is that only certain devices allow audio while recording screen so you may or may not get audio. Moreover you are just not getting the video but the entire screen on recording.