In late November 2015, Instagram announced that they were shutting off API access for platforms that used the API for anything except:
- Help individuals share their content elsewhere (on anything other than Instagram)
- Help brands and advertisers understand and manage their audience, content and licensing (the Instagram partner program*), or
- Help broadcasters and publishers discover content, manage licensingand embed posts.
For anything other than the uses above, they're cutting off access. This includes feed reader/browsing services.
A few people have asked if Schedugram is affected, The answer is no.
We don't use the Instagram API - we use our unique system with physical devices to post your images or videos. For more about how we work, see the article about it. As a result, things don't change for us, although it has changed some of our planned roadmap activities (the priorities of things we'll deliver next) as a result, as it's unclear how long they will take to review new applications or clear the large backlog they'll probably have.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact our team.
* we're not a member of the partner program - this is mostly startups and services that help brands buy advertising and manage their communities.