Instagram is arguably the best photo sharing app. Yeah, you read that right – it’s an app. And therefore, some users don’t like this idea of sharing photos from the phone. Those who belong to old schools (read web generation) still like to upload contents using web browsers. Thus, to upload photos to Instagram from Mac or Desktop computer gives them a kick.
For Safari users on Mac, it is simple to post to Instagram from PC because spoofing the user agent is a built-in feature in browser. Simply enable Developer menu and your job is done.
To enable Developer menu:
Step #1: Launch Safari browser on your Mac.
Step #2: Press Command + Comma key to open Preferences. Alternatively, you can click on Safari and then Preferences from the list.
Step #3: In the following dialog box, click on Advanced button. Then click on the check box: Show Develop menu in menu bar.
Now you can see a new ‘Develop’ option in menu bar.
The Instagram page will reload and you can see a Camera icon in the tool bar.
If you want to upload to Instagram using Chrome you can do that too. Check out the full post here.