How to Link Instagram Account to Flickr on Android?

You can easily share your Instagram photos and videos to Flickr account by connecting your accounts. To link Instagram account to Flickr, open "Instagram" app on your Android phone and go to your profile page. Tap '3 vertical dots' and tap 'Linked Accounts' tab. You will see a link of social networks. Tap 'Flickr' and enter login details to login to Flickr account. If you are looking for a step by step to link Instagram account to Flickr on Android phone, read below.

Following are the steps to Link Instagram Account to Flickr on Android:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Download "Instagram" app on your Android phone from the Play store & launch it.
  3. Open "Instagram app" on your Android phone.
  4. Go to your profile and tap "3 Vertical dots".
  5. Swipe down to "Settings" tab.
  6. Tap "Linked Accounts" tab.
  7. Tap "Flickr".
  8. A login page opens up. Enter the email address and password to login to Flickr account.
  9. Tap "Ok" button.
  10. This is how you can link your Instagram account to Flickr on Android phone.

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