How to Backup Photos from Flickr to Instagram on iPad?

According to Yahoo's release note, Flickr allows you to backup photos to Instagram with some brand new, enhanced filters. Newly added filters allow you to revamp your photos before sharing them to Instagram. Your uploaded photos and videos are private until you decide to change the privacy setting. Following is the step by step process to backup your Flickr photos to your Instagram account:

Here are the steps to Backup Photos from Flickr to Instagram on iPad:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Download and install "Instagram" app on your iPad from the Apple App store
  3. Go to & sign in to your account.
  4. Download and install "Flickr" app on your iPad from the Apple App store.
  5. Open "Flickr" app on your iPad.
  6. Click "Camera Roll" tab.
  7. You will see all your photos and videos by Date Taken.
  8. Click on the date and select the photos which you want to backup.
  9. All your photos will now be selected.
  10. Click "Share" icon.
  11. You will see the list of applications, select "Instagram" option.
  12. Crop your photo & tap "Next" button.
  13. Apply digital filters & tap "Next" button.
  14. A "Share to" window opens up.
  15. Enter the description & tap "Next" button.
  16. This is how you can share photos from Flickr to Instagram on iPad.

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