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Hide Unwanted Photos In Your Instagram Feed With Gramatica

Hide Unwanted Photos In Your Instagram Feed With Gramatica

March 20, 2013
So, you really like browsing Instagram, huh? Yet you don't like some of the photos you see in the app, e.g. photos of food and photos that are really just blocks of text? Well, now you can browse Instagram without having to frequently see the kinds of photos that you don't care about. And it's all thanks to a new app called Gramatica. Gramatica is an Instagram client that lets you hide unwanted photos on the popular photo-sharing network. With its filtering capability, you can hide photos, tags, or even users you don't want to see. The app also lets you create lists of hashtags or users. It also has multiple account support, enabling you to quickly switch between different Instagram accounts. Furthermore, liking, commenting, and map viewing are all possible in Gramatica, right from its gallery. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Gramatica also features the following:
  • Isolate And Zoom: tap a photo to isolate it, then pinch to zoom
  • Unread Comments Indicator: quickly find new comments
  • Last Viewed Photo Indicator: know where you left off
  • URL Support: URLs in comments are tappable
  • Thumbnails: view any gallery's thumbnails, even in your feed
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, Gramatica is available now in the App Store for $0.99. As a universal app, Gramatica also comes with iCloud support, which lets you sync your filters, lists, unread comments, and last viewed photo information across your devices. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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