Fotospot is a free Android app to browse Instagram photos in full screen. It is a pretty simple app that shows all your feeds with photos in full screen. The best feature of this app is that it supports swipe function. You can simply swipe vertically to see all your feed, or swipe horizontally to browse photos posted by people whom you follow. You can zoom out the full screen by a long press on the photo. If you wish to like an image, then all you have to do is a double tap on the image.
In addition to that, it also shows what’s trending on Instagram and lets you find people by hashtags and usernames. You can discover your favorite Instagram users and navigate through their photos. Swipe horizontally from the left to access options like popular, feed, profile, etc. Similar to some core Instagram client software, “Fotospot” also lets you browse your Instagram feed more efficiently.
How to Browse Instagram Photos in Full Screen:
Step 1: After installing this app, simply feed your Instagram credentials to log in. In the main window, you will see all your feed as shown in the above screenshot.
Step 2: You can swipe up and down on the screen to navigate your timeline feed. It shows all the feed similar to the Instagram app, but in a full-screen view.
Step 3: To see profile info and all the other photos of a single user, you have to swipe horizontally from the right of the screen. The first screen will show the profile info, and then all the photo can be seen by swiping right.
Step 4: As we have already discussed that, you can swipe horizontally from the left to explore more options like popular, profile, etc.
Step 5: When you tap the “Popular” option, all the trending feed on Instagram will be visible to you. Now the best part is that you can also search for profiles by usernames and hashtags.
Step 6: Ultimately, it is a simple app that lets you experience your Instagram feed in a fun and interesting way.
My Final Verdict:
Unlike the Instagram app, “Fotospot” lets you easily browse Instagram photos in full screen. It supports swipe gestures to navigate through feed and photos.
Get “Fotospot” from here.