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The ultimate list of 25+ Instagram automation tools to grow your following

Take a look at these Instagram automation tools to help you decide which one you should use.

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If you feel like Instagram just gives you one too many social media platforms to manage, why not turn to automation to help you ease the time you spend nurturing connections on the network?

This way, you can focus your time and effort on content creation – which is ultimately what matters in keeping your audience happy anyway. Take a look at these Instagram automation tools to help you decide which one you should use.


This tool allows you to harness the power of AI to automatically get real followers, likes, and comments. Once you complete the five-minute setup to connect your account, you select hashtags, usernames, and locations you’re interested in targeting, and choose what to automate. You can automate following/unfollowing users, comments, and likes. Then, sit back and watch with reporting to show you your growth. There’s a 7-day plan for $15/week, or a monthly plan for $39/month. Those who are really serious could invest in a 10x speed plan for $99/month.


This is similar to SocialCaptain except it hands your account over to a growth manager. Signing up is simple and requires answers to a few questions. Then you can target based on usernames, hashtags, and locations. After it’s all ready, you will start seeing results within a few hours. For moderate growth, there’s a $39/month plan, and for maximum growth, there’s a $99/month plan.


This is a free app for Android that connects to your Instagram account. It includes an auto liker, auto commenter, and auto follower tool for free. You’re guaranteed to get 100+ likes and comments per submission and 50+ followers on your account. Joining this service means you’ll become part of the system. You’ll receive Facebook likes to your posts through the system, but you’ll also give likes to others.


MegaFollow allows for complete automation of your Instagram account. Once connected to your Instagram account, you can choose your targeting settings, and let MegaFollow handle the rest. There are several packages to choose from based on the number of days you want to use the service. Plans are available for 10, 30, 90,180, or 360 days. Choose according to your goals and then pay as you go.


Ingramer allows you to build a somewhat customized plan based on the modules you want to pay for. The basic module allows you to automatically like, follow, and unfollow accounts. Adding the schedule posting module allows you to automatically post to Instagram at the right times. Adding the direct messages module allows you to send bulk messages to your target audience. The comment tracker module tracks all your comment so you won’t miss any of them. Plans start at $22 per account.


This Instagram bot that allows you to grow your following, schedule posts, manage comments, and automatically send direct messages. Pricing starts at just $9.99 a month. However, if you want to add features such as the comment tracker, post manager, and direct messaging comment you will have to pay additional monthly fees ranging from $9.99 to $14.99 per additional module. This is a good option if you want to use only follower features and want to save money compared to other providers on this list.


This is a Windows-based social media automation software the works best with Windows 7 or higher. You can also use it on Mac or Linux based systems if you install it on a virtual machine or a BPS that runs windows. Unlike the platforms we’ve covered so far, Jarvee has features for Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Tumblr. In terms of Instagram, it allows you to follow, follow back, and unfollow targeted users, automatically repost karma like comment and delete posts. It allows you to conduct hashtag and user research, automate direct messaging, and more. Plans start at $19.95 per month.


This tool can be used straight from your browser. You can automate everything from liking Commons in, and following activities based on hashtags and locations. Because it works on their servers you are free to log out, change accounts, or close your browser after you start the tool. You can manage up to 10 Instagram accounts with unlimited activities for just $5.99 per month.


With Instabow, you can create and plan your posts with ease. Upload images and video either one at a time or in bulk, then add captions, mentions, hashtags, and emojis as you like, and finally choose your post date and time. The platform doesn’t use reminders or push notifications, and instead posts directly to your account for you. Pricing starts at 5 euros per month.


This Instagram automation tool focuses solely on likes. By automating likes, the idea is that you’ll get safe and organic interaction on Instagram to help you account grow. Choose to like based on hashtags, locations, or usernames. There’s no subscription or risk, and you can cancel anytime.


Instavast is another full automation tool that charges based on which features you want to use. For a basic Instagram bot that automates liking, following, and unfollowing, you’ll pay $10/month/account. It’s another $10/month/account each for automated direct messaging, comment tracking, and post scheduling.


This platform isn’t just specific to Instagram. It allows you to automate Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and more. You can automate various actions for each network, and set it up however you wish. Pricing is based on a one-time fee, per the networks you wish to automate. Pay $61 for a single account, $88 for up to five accounts, and $151 for unlimited accounts. This is nice if you don’t want to have a monthly expense for social media automation.


With IgersPro, you’ll be handing your account management off to an account manager who is dedicated to increasing your likes and follows with purely organic methods. They do not inflate your numbers artificially with fake accounts.You can choose between a two-week plan for $9.99, a one month plan for $16.99, or a three-month plan for $34.99. You’ll still be in charge of posting content.


This company offers six Instagram bot services in one to handle your likes, follows, unfollows, direct messages, posts, and comments. Pay $15/month/account or $85/month/account for VIP plan which includes additional features.


This Italian Instagram bot helps with automatic likes, comments, following and unfollowing, scheduled posts, and direct messages. Register for your account, link it to your Instagram, add your target audience, and let the bot do the work. It is priced by the bot services you use. Pay 15 euros a month for the basic Instagram bot that handles liking, following/unfollowing, commenting. Pay 13 euros a month for automatic direct messaging, and another 13 euros per month per account for post scheduling. If you want to be able to manage all your comments from a single location, you can pay another 13 euros per month per account for that, as well.


This is an Instagram automation tool that just handles likes. On average, you can expect the bot to like 60 to 80 photos an hour so the program looks natural and doesn’t pose any risk to your account. All you have to do is pick your target hashtags, set your runtime, and let it go to work. You’ll pay $7.77/month/account for this service.

Perfect Liker

This is a free tool for liking Instagram posts, at a rate of 20 likes every 30 minutes. You’ll also get followers at a rate of 10 followers every 30 minutes. We cannot vouch for the validity of the likes and followers, however, so it’s best to approach this option with caution.

Influencer Paradise

Influencer Paradise is a service that promises only to follow and interact with actual Instagram users for you. That means you will get real engagement in return, which is something you just can’t get with fake followers. The best part is that they only charge a flat rate of 9 euros per month. With that plan you get access to all of the features of their patented I-bot system, which includes audience targeting, likes, comments, follows, and unfollows.


This is another Instagram automation tool that you can break down to only the features you want to use. You have the basic Instagram bot for liking and following, the post planner for post scheduling, the comment inbox for comment management, the direct message bot for automating direct message campaigns, and the ability to buy Instagram likes. Pay $10/month/account for the Instagram bot, $15/month/account for the Post Planner that allows you to upload and work from your desktop, $10/month/account for the comment inbox, and $15/month/account for the direct message bot.


This company offers automated Instagram promotion services for $7.95/month for up to two accounts. It handles likes, comments, posts, direct messages, follows, and unfollows for your accounts. Other plans are available for those with more accounts, priced at $19.95 for up to five accounts, and $39.95/month for up to 10 accounts.

Social Bloom

Sometimes it’s easy to feel lost while managing your Instagram presence, even when you have an automation tool assisting you. Good thing there’s services like Social Bloom out there that goes even further. Not only do they automate your interactions for you, but they also offer one-on-one consulting with their marketing experts. Together you can plan out more effective content strategies to better reach a larger audience. Their Basic plan starts at $16 per week and their Advanced plan at $22 per week. However, if you want the consulting as well, you will either need the Premium or Pro package. Those are priced at $40 per week and $90 per week respectively.

Gold Nitro

This is another platform where you connect your account, choose your hashtags, then hit start. You’re left to focus on your posts, while Gold Nitro likes posts within those hashtags and follows people for you. The standard plan is $39/month (additional Instagram accounts are $19/month) and the Pro plan is $69/month. The Pro plan will give you personalized hashtag suggestions and automatically send custom messages to new followers.


This tool allows you to add multiple Instagram accounts to manage and automate them all in one place. You can schedule posts to Instagram directly from your laptop, and set up your automation preferences based on location, hashtags, and competitor accounts. With it, you can follow and unfollow automatically, plus handle comments, likes, DMs, and reposts automatically. Pricing starts at $9/month for a single account, $14/month for up to three accounts, and $24/month for up to 10 accounts. Annual plans provide two months free.


This is a browser-based Instagram automation service that does not require you to download or install anything to use it. You can set a schedule for your Instagram posts for each of your accounts. You can also set it to where you can focus on your top influencers and supporters so you don’t miss their engagements. You’ll get analytics too, to help you see how your campaigns are doing. Plans range from $7.99 to $12.99 per month, or $19.99 per week, and offer 10, 20, and 100 Instagram accounts respectively.


This is another free service, an exchange system like Leetgram. By signing up, you’ll become a member that gives likes, follows, and comments, and you’ll get them in exchange. Though it was once a web version for use on Chrome and Firefox, it too has moved to an application-based service with options for iOS and Android devices.

No matter which tool you choose – you will find something that will undoubtedly help your Instagram account to grow and flourish. While it may be tempting to use more than one of these bots to your account at the same time to accelerate your growth, we would advise against it. Too much activity too quickly can signal to Instagram that you are using a bot on your account, which will put it at risk. The goal is to keep it looking natural without you being the one to have to do it – not to cheat the system.

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