11 Top Instagram Scheduler Apps & Tools To Automate your Instagram Posts

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Searching for a tool to schedule posts on Instagram isn’t a tough challenge. Picking a tool, however, isn’t so simple. Beyond creating and scheduling posts, you may want a little more for your spend. 

But what should you be on the lookout for? In this blog post, we’ll share 11 tools for you to consider. Some include basic functionality and other more advanced features. 


Instagram Scheduler Tools to Post on Instagram:


1. Loomly

Loomly

Loomly was developed for social media managers. In fact, it’s the brainchild of two former social media managers who couldn’t bear the inefficiencies of the tools they used. So, they set out to create something that would get the job done. 

And we think Loomly’s worth trying out. Some of the most attractive features we’ve seen in the tool include:

  • A media library for storing assets like photos, videos, notes, links and post templates
  • RSS feeds based on trends, dates and events for content inspiration
  • Integrations with tools like Slack and email 

One other feature we found useful was the ability to fine-tune posts for a specific social platform. If you’ve created content for more than one platforms, you know that variables like text character counts and image dimensions tend to make the process a little more time-consuming. 

Loomly’s fine-tuning solution allows you to create posts and tweak them for each platform you’ll post to.

The result? Tailored social posts that look perfect every time.

Features list:

Unlimited calendars, content exports, live analysis, automated publishing, advanced analytics, post preview, post ideas and unlimited file uploads.

Plans:

Base, $25/mo

Standard, $57/mo

Advanced, $119/mo

Premium, $249/mo

Enterprise, Contact for pricing

Read our complete review of Loomly.

Loomly
4.5 out of 5 stars
This cloud-based marketing solution works best for freelancers, influencers and social media managers looking to best manage content on social media platforms.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.1
Ease of Use
4.6
Support
4.7
Overall Score
4.5
Features & Pricing
Analytics
Automated Publishing
Contact Management
Customer Targeting
Keyword Filtering
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Customer Engagement
Multi-User Collaboration
Reporting/Analytics
Price starting at:$26
Pros and Cons
Intuitive management tool
Inexpensive
Easy to learn platform
Requires additional integrations for some social publishing
Too many bots may bother users
Calendar function may be hard to access
Best for: Agencies, freelancers, startups, non profit organizations, influencers & individuals
Loomly
4.5 out of 5 stars
This cloud-based marketing solution works best for freelancers, influencers and social media managers looking to best manage content on social media platforms.

2. AgoraPulse

AgoraPulse

Agora Pulse’s clean design is likely the first thing you’ll notice. It makes it look and feel like an easy platform to use, especially if you’re looking for a less complex alternative. 

And easy it is. Running social media on more than one platform is a challenge and Agora Pulse, like many other platforms, know this. They offer the ability to post to all your accounts at once. And while that seems very convenient, we can’t help but wonder when the ability to tailor posts for each platform will become a feature.

Wish lists aside, Agora Pulse allows you to schedule posts and also choose those to be recycled (think evergreen content). You also get an inbox that shows all incoming posts, comments and direct messages, making it easier to handle engagement across more than your Instagram account.

Features list:

Team members collaboration, social inbox, listening, publishing, reporting, user profiling, competitor analysis, ads per profile and team workflow.

Plans: 

Medium, $99/mo

Large, $199/mo

X-Large, $299/mo

Enterprise, $499/mo

Read our complete review of Agora Pulse.

AgoraPulse
4.5 out of 5 stars
Agorapulse is a social media management platform stocked full of features for individuals, businesses, and enterprises. Their added listening tool helps users monitor brand mentions. Features include a variety of ways to publish content, reporting, analytics, and more.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.0
Ease of Use
4.6
Support
4.8
Overall Score
4.5
Features & Pricing
Analytics
Automated Publishing
Contact Management
Content Management
Conversion Tracking
Keyword Filtering
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Reporting/Analytics
Social Media Monitoring
Competitive Analysis
Scheduling
Social Media Calendar
Social Media Management
Team Workflow & Collaboration
Social Media Listening
Price starting at:$49
Pros and Cons
Easy social media management
Simple platform
Makes it easy not to double reply etc
Lack of post editing features
Limited third party integrations
Engagement platform can be difficult to use
Best for: Mid-sized agencies, mid-sized businesses and some enterprise brands.
AgoraPulse
4.5 out of 5 stars
Agorapulse is a social media management platform stocked full of features for individuals, businesses, and enterprises. Their added listening tool helps users monitor brand mentions. Features include a variety of ways to publish content, reporting, analytics, and more.

3. Brandwatch (Formerly Falcon.io)

Brandwatch (Formerly Falcon.io)

Brandwatch aims to give brands a definite competitive advantage by offering the best and most accurate data to make informed decisions. 

It includes a unified calendar, with posts scheduled by date and clearly identifiable by social platforms. You can plan, schedule, edit, and post across multiple networks. With Brandwatch’s Campaign Planner, you can develop social campaigns in collaboration with team members across all your social platforms.

Brandwatch supports image, video, Instagram Stories, and Facebook carousels. You store your content in Brandwatch’s version of a shared media library called the Content Pool, which integrates with your digital asset management tool and your favorite cloud storage platform.

Brandwatch encourages collaboration with a set of roles, approval processes, and an audit trail to boost quality. These streamline content planning and creation and ensure everybody meets quality standards. 

You can promote posts through Facebook and Instagram ads within Publish, Brandwatch’s clean and intuitive tool that manages all ads in one place.

Brandwatch includes social listening tools that let you track trends, monitor your brand, create custom queries, track sentiment, and monitor multiple languages.

Features List:

Analytics, automated publishing, content management, keyword filtering, multi-account management, post scheduling, and social media management

Plans:

Essentials, $129/mo

Full Suite, Contact for pricing

Read our complete review of Brandwatch

Brandwatch (Formerly Falcon.io)
4.8 out of 5 stars
A consumer intelligence platform, a social media marketing platform, and an influencer marketing platform were all acquired and forced to play well with each other—and they do!
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
5.0
Ease of Use
4.5
Support
5.0
Overall Score
4.8
Features & Pricing
Analytics
Automated Publishing
Content Management
Keyword Filtering
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Social Media Monitoring
Hashtag Tracking
Sentiment Analysis
Reputation Management
Social Media Management
Price starting at:$108
Pros and Cons
Consumer Intelligence product uses social listening to help brands understand what people want
Audience tools give deep insights into the aggregate AND individuals
Newly added TikTok support goes further than you’d expect
Confusing array of products and services from three different companies
No multi-channel posts; you have to add a post to a channel one at a time
Best for: Small, Medium, and Large businesses
Brandwatch (Formerly Falcon.io)
4.8 out of 5 stars
A consumer intelligence platform, a social media marketing platform, and an influencer marketing platform were all acquired and forced to play well with each other—and they do!

4. Sendible

Sendible

Sendible was founded back in 2008, and they’re still going stronger than ever. Clients include Pan Macmillan, PWC and the Queensland Government. 

Sendible has also evolved its solution over time. Today, they offer 23 integrations to help streamline social media management. Integrations include Google Analytics, Google Drive, Canva, Dropbox and Slack. 

When it comes to tools to schedule posts on Instagram, Sendible makes for a good choice. You can plan and collaborate around content, making it a dream for busy social media teams.

Sendible’s model for social media management is slightly different from all others. In fact, we haven’t come across anything quite like as yet. They see the ability to publish and receive social content as two unique actions that are called services. You, therefore, require one service to publish a post on Instagram and another to read an Instagram direct message.

Beyond services, everything else about Sendible makes it an easy tool to use. They offer a well-structured and useful education hub for clients. It includes all you’ll need to know how to use Sendible like a pro in no time.

Features list:

Content publishing & workflows and engagement & monitoring.

Plans: 

Micro, $24/mo

Small, $84/mo

Medium, $169/mo

Large, $254/mo

Read our complete review of Sendible.

Sendible
4.5 out of 5 stars
Sendible's SaaS solution helps businesses manage their social media strategies. Sendible supports multiple platforms for larger businesses; the integrated dashboard helps users build a samless workflow for their company.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.6
Ease of Use
4.5
Support
4.5
Overall Score
4.5
Features & Pricing
Analytics
Automated Publishing
Content Management
Keyword Filtering
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Price starting at:$29
Pros and Cons
Excellent social scheduling features
Content recommendation tools
Social engagement platform
Brand monitoring
Social listening feature can be slow
Clunky organization of the platform
Best for: SMMs, corporate marketing teams and digital agencies
Sendible
4.5 out of 5 stars
Sendible's SaaS solution helps businesses manage their social media strategies. Sendible supports multiple platforms for larger businesses; the integrated dashboard helps users build a samless workflow for their company.

5. Iconosquare

Iconosquare

Iconosquare is primarily an analytics, management, and scheduling platform. It provides in-depth analytics and gives you a range of easy-to-read graphs that display brand performance. It then offers detailed statistics relating to your community, content, engagement, reach and impressions, profile activity, page performance, detailed post analytics, Stories analytics, industry benchmarks, tags and mentions, hashtags, competitors, and much more.

Iconosquare comes with a customizable dashboard, which you can build to capture insights important to your brand and campaigns, and each social profile you manage. You can export your dashboards as reports, which you can share with team members and clients.

With Monitoring, Iconsquare lets brands listen to and engage with their audiences. You can respond to, moderate, and export what’s being said on your posts. You can break down your mentions on Instagram using metrics like mentions by type (either photo, caption, or comments), mentions by post type, mention history, and more.

Iconosquare includes a versatile and easy-to-use post scheduler. Posts offer previews to ensure your content is optimized before publication. You can add photo and video posts automatically to Instagram and Facebook.

Features List:

Analytics, automated publishing, contact management, keyword filtering, multi-account management, post scheduling, and social media management.

Plans:

Pro, $59/mo

Advanced, $99/mo

Enterprise, $179/mo

Read our complete review of Iconosquare

Iconosquare
4.4 out of 5 stars
Manage your social media and your analytics all in one place with Iconosquare. Businesses and agencies can easily manage the performance of their content as well as analytics, posting, and more. The platform supports Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and TikTok.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.4
Ease of Use
4.4
Support
4.4
Overall Score
4.4
Features & Pricing
Analytics
Automated Publishing
Contact Management
Keyword Filtering
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Social Media Management
Price starting at:$49
Pros and Cons
Evolving functionality
Industry benchmarks
Competitive analysis features
Excellent automated posts
Customer support may not be helpful
Some features may glitch
Some platforms are not included
Best for: Brands and Agencies
Iconosquare
4.4 out of 5 stars
Manage your social media and your analytics all in one place with Iconosquare. Businesses and agencies can easily manage the performance of their content as well as analytics, posting, and more. The platform supports Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and TikTok.

6. PromoRepublic

PromoRepublic

Promo Republic is one of the more visually appealing platform designs we’ve ever seen. And while beautiful to look at, it doesn’t fall short of the functionality you’ll need in a tool to schedule posts on Instagram. 

You’ll have access to smart posting which is Promo Republic’s scheduling and post automation feature. All posts are displayed on a content calendar for easy viewing. 

Something that caught our eye was their range of editable templates. These are the perfect solution for busy designers or copywriters. They can easily be edited and scheduled to help keep your social profiles alive and filled with great content. And yes, that means you can edit these templates or build your own post from within the tool. 

Besides its heavy design focus, you’ll still be able to get specific through their reporting feature and export your data in easy-to-read PDFs.

Features list:

Add team members for collaboration, workflows and approvals, content reporting, post scheduling, content calendar, post ideas library, graphics editor, time slots, basic post statistics.

Plans: 

Solo, $9/mo

Standard, $49/mo

Professional, $99/mo

Advanced, from $182/mo

Read our complete review of Promo Republic.

PromoRepublic
4.4 out of 5 stars
PromoRepublic is an all-in-one marketing platform for global businesses and marketers. The easy-to-use platform helps improve visibility, boost sales, and eliminate inconsistent communication.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.0
Ease of Use
4.6
Support
4.5
Overall Score
4.4
Features & Pricing
Automated Publishing
Content Management
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Brand Tracking
Multi-User Collaboration
Reporting/Analytics
Price starting at:$49
Pros and Cons
Excellent automation for scheduling
Saved post functionality
Free educational resources
No bulk upload feature
Lack of third party plugin and app integration
No collaboration feature for clients
Best for: Franchise and Multi-Location Brands, Direct Sales Organizations, Marketing Agencies, Small Business Owners, Marketers.
PromoRepublic
4.4 out of 5 stars
PromoRepublic is an all-in-one marketing platform for global businesses and marketers. The easy-to-use platform helps improve visibility, boost sales, and eliminate inconsistent communication.

7. Socialoomph

Socialoomph

Looking for a no-frills tool to schedule posts on Instagram? Try SocialOomph. It debuted in 2008 and comes packed with many of the features you’d expect from a social media management tool, and others that will make you raise your eyebrows. 

For example, post queues are common, but have you heard of self-destruct posts? These posts can be created in SocialOomph and set to disappear after a certain period of time. 

The rationale? Outdated information confuses followers, but if they no longer exist, you don’t have to worry about incorrect or misleading information about your brand, products or services. 

In addition to scheduling, bulk uploads and the ability to send social posts to Discord, Mastodon, Pinterest, Twitter and more, you can also create post tags. Post tags help group post together, making it easier to locate them later.

Features list:

Multiple social profiles, blogs, RSS feeds, queues, webhooks, scheduled posts, can add additional associate and additional team.

Plans: 

Personal Suite, $0/mo

Advanced Suite, $15/mo

Professional Suite, $25/mo

Business Suite, $55/mo

Read our complete review of Social Oomph.

Socialoomph
3.7 out of 5 stars
SocialOomph is a social media scheduling platform for businesses. This solution helps schedule posts for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, and LinkedIn. In addition, you can monitor your posts and engagement.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
3.4
Ease of Use
4.0
Support
3.8
Overall Score
3.7
Features & Pricing
Content Management
Conversion Tracking
Keyword Filtering
Post Scheduling
Price starting at:$55
Pros and Cons
Extensive integrations
Lifetime free account
Competitive features for post publishing and use
Bulk scheduling feature
Fast billing cycle every 2 weeks
​Basic reporting features for some platforms
Best for: Social media users
Socialoomph
3.7 out of 5 stars
SocialOomph is a social media scheduling platform for businesses. This solution helps schedule posts for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, and LinkedIn. In addition, you can monitor your posts and engagement.

8. Buffer

Buffer

Team collaboration, workflows, content scheduling and a content calendar are all features you’d come to expect from a social media management platform. And Buffer has it all. 

It also comes with the ability to tailor posts for each social platform (like Loomly) and packs a strong performance data tool called Analyze (sold separately) to help you track how effective your social efforts are.

If the idea of data analysis being sold separately makes you feel uncomfortable, there’s more you should know. Buffer offers its solution as three products. These include: 

  1. Publish: plan, collaborate and publish Instagram posts.
  2. Reply: reply to social media conversations using a shared team inbox
  3. Analyze: gives performance data on your social activity

Three products may seem like too much, and possibly even a little unconventional. Competitors offer all of the above as one solution, and for bargain finders, Buffer may be a hard sell.

Features list:

Directly Schedule Posts, create a posting schedule, calendar view, custom video thumbnails and create, manage draft posts and invite additional users.

Plans:

Free, $0/mo

Pro, $15/mo

Small Business, $99/mo

Medium Business, $199/mo

Large Business, $399/mo

Enterprise, $Custom/mo

Read our complete review of Buffer.

Buffer
4.4 out of 5 stars
Buffer is one of the most popular social media scheduling platforms. This software helps drive engagement and traffic on social media with the help of their scheduling, engagement, and analytics tools.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.0
Ease of Use
4.6
Support
4.5
Overall Score
4.4
Features & Pricing
Automated Publishing
Content Management
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Reporting/Analytics
Price starting at:$5
Pros and Cons
Simple cross-posting
Straightforward calendar view
Integrates with almost every social platform
Buffer Analyze may be too basic for some
Buffer may glitch with Instagram
Arbitrary character limits for Facebook, Twitter
Pay-as-you-go packaging
Best for: Publishers, mid-stage startup teams, non-profits, higher education, sports teams, e-commerce, solopreneurs, businesse
Buffer
4.4 out of 5 stars
Buffer is one of the most popular social media scheduling platforms. This software helps drive engagement and traffic on social media with the help of their scheduling, engagement, and analytics tools.

9. Sprout Social

Sprout Social

Beyond being one of the more intuitive and easy-to-use tools around, Sprout Social also comes with a set of valuable features. For example, you get a media library, tagging functionality to quickly locate assets, and the ability to collaborate with team members.

But that’s not all. 

Sprout Social also comes with analytics and listening capabilities. These help you measure the performance of your Instagram account(s) and derive meaningful insights through quantitative, qualitative and contextual analysis. You can track hashtags, keywords and topics and use your findings to strengthen your social presence.

Features list:

Post scheduling tools, tasking and CRM tools, competitive reports for Facebook, incoming outgoing message content tagging, scheduling for optimal content send times, Spike Alerts for specific mentions or keywords, digital asset and content library, and chatbots with automation tools.

Plans: 

Standard, $99/user/mo

Professional, $149/user/mo

Advanced, $249/user/mo

Read our complete review of Sprout Social.

Sprout Social
4.4 out of 5 stars
Sprout Social is a popular social media management platform that offers schedule, analytics and engagement tools. Manage your social media from one place with their all-in-one platform and get insights to understand your audience and your KPIs. Data-driven ingiths help businesses improve responsiveness.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.5
Ease of Use
4.4
Support
4.3
Overall Score
4.4
Features & Pricing
Analytics
Automated Publishing
Contact Management
Content Management
Conversion Tracking
Customer Targeting
Keyword Filtering
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Brand Tracking
Reporting/Analytics
Social Media Monitoring
Price starting at:$249
Pros and Cons
Easy to navigate interface
User-friendly publishing calendar
Robust reporting
Competitive analysis features
Expensive price tag
Support can be slow
Lack of native support for some social networks
Best for: Brands and organizations of all sizes
Sprout Social
4.4 out of 5 stars
Sprout Social is a popular social media management platform that offers schedule, analytics and engagement tools. Manage your social media from one place with their all-in-one platform and get insights to understand your audience and your KPIs. Data-driven ingiths help businesses improve responsiveness.

10. Hootsuite

Hootsuite

Hootsuite’s been around for a while. And in their time, they’ve built one of the most competitive social media management tools around. Beyond a tool to schedule posts on Instagram, Hootsuite also offers monitoring to help you gauge what people are saying about your brand and products. 

Why is monitoring a big deal? 

Well, we’ve spent time reviewing many social tools and we’ve spotted a trend in the way platforms have begun to think about analytics and data. Concepts like sentiment analysis are no longer only within the sphere monitoring tool. Hootsuite proves that you can get them as additional features with some social media management platforms. 

We’re all for the idea of monitoring. It enables brands to gain more intelligence and use it to build better social marketing campaigns. 

Because of Hootsuite’s age and ingenuity, they’ve pretty much found the perfect mix of features and functionality. Automated post scheduling is a given, so are analytics, team collaboration and content curation.

Features list:

Automated post scheduling, key performance metrics, team message assignments, analytics, exportable reports, flexible approval workflows, onboarding and ad spend to boost posts.

Plans:

Free, $0/mo

Professional, $29/mo

Team, $129/mo

Business, $599/mo

Enterprise, $custom/mo

Hootsuite Insights, $custom/mo

Read our complete review of Hootsuite.

Hootsuite
4.6 out of 5 stars
One of the first platforms designed to streamline social media management, Hootsuite continues to be one of the market leaders.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.8
Ease of Use
4.8
Reporting
4.3
Overall Score
4.6
Features & Pricing
Analytics
Automated Publishing
Contact Management
Content Management
Conversion Tracking
Customer Targeting
Keyword Filtering
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Brand Tracking
Customer Engagement
Multi-User Collaboration
Reporting/Analytics
Social Media Monitoring
Price starting at:$99
Pros and Cons
Customizable feeds show you all the social posts you need to see—no filler
Highly flexible post composer and scheduler, with a bulk option, drastically simplifies the most challenging part of the job
Inbox consolidated every message, comment, and mention—you’ll never miss a conversation
No demo- or psychographic data for the audience
Best for: Small, Medium, and Large Businesses
Hootsuite
4.6 out of 5 stars
One of the first platforms designed to streamline social media management, Hootsuite continues to be one of the market leaders.

11. Later

Later

Imagine being able to plan a week worth Instagram posts in just 20 minutes. Sound like a dream, right? Well, that’s exactly what Later helps you do. It’s a social media management platform geared towards Instagram. 

In fact, the process of creating a social post mirrors Instagram’s. You start with an image, then add text. And while that may seem a little weird and almost counter-intuitive, it’s something you’ll quickly get used to.

Later features a visual content calendar with drag and drop functionality (very helpful for anyone trying to shave time off their post scheduling process). You’re also able to source post content from Dropbox, your desktop and Google Drive. 

Something we think makes Later special is its ability to collect user content and repost it. This a feature less than a handful of other platforms offer. 

It’s smart and makes sense. 

Building a strong community means interacting and shining a spotlight on followers. Being able to do so with a social media management tool as intuitive as Later makes the process a breeze.

Features list:

Analyse content performance, engage with Facebook fans, plan and schedule content, work with team contributors, collect and share content from any URL on the web.

Plans:

Free, $0/mo

Plus, $9/mo

Premium Business, $19/mo

Starter Business, $29/mo

Brand Business, $49/mo

Read our complete review of Later.

Later
4.3 out of 5 stars
Later is a calendar-focused social media scheduling platform with a drag-and-drop interface. Their planning and scheduling tools make it easy to visualize your social media management. Features include photo editing, publishing for stories, and more.
Ratings
Features & Pricing
Pros and Cons
Ratings
Features
4.0
Ease of Use
4.5
Support
4.3
Overall Score
4.3
Features & Pricing
Analytics
Automated Publishing
Content Management
Multi-Account Management
Post Scheduling
Reporting/Analytics
Price starting at:$18
Pros and Cons
Easy to use, simple interface and media gallery
Competitive pricing plans
"Best time to publish" feature
You need business accounts on social
Limited features compared to competition
Free version has basic features
Best for: Businesses of all sizes
Later
4.3 out of 5 stars
Later is a calendar-focused social media scheduling platform with a drag-and-drop interface. Their planning and scheduling tools make it easy to visualize your social media management. Features include photo editing, publishing for stories, and more.


Conclusion

If you’re searching for a tool to schedule posts on Instagram, you’ll find that many offer similar functionality. With the exception of extras like graphics design capability and social media monitoring, most tools will help you get the job done. 

If you’re looking for more than just the ability to automate posts, then gauging social media sentiment and in-depth reporting should be items on your list. Together, these advanced features will help your brand find new ways to strengthen your message in a loud and often distracting social media world.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Loomly good?

Loomly is one of the best Instagram schedulers to automate your Instagram posts. It offers attractive features like a media library for storing assets like photos, videos, notes, links and post templates and RSS feeds based on trends and events for content inspiration. It also lets you fine-tune posts for a specific social platform. This way you can create posts and then tweak them for each platform depending on variables like character limit and image dimensions.

Is Sendible easy to use?

Overall, Sendible is an easy-to-use tool for automating Instagram posts. While its unique way of using Services can be hard to understand at first, it does not take long to figure it out. Beyond this Services feature, everything else about this tool makes it easy to use. They also provide a well-structured and useful education hub for clients. It includes everything you need to know about how to use Sendible like a real pro in no time at all.

Is PromoRepublic a good tool for Instagram?

PromoRepublic is one of the top Instagram schedulers to automate your Instagram posts. One of the features that set PromoRepublic apart is its focus on design. It makes it easy to design beautiful posts without having to leave the app to use another graphics software. It also concentrates a lot on post ideas. It has 100,000 post ideas for a wide range of topics. Most of these post ideas are pre-designed with graphics that you can customize to fit your niche.

Are there any good Instagram schedulers that I can use for free?

You can try Later. Later offers a free plan as one of its five paid plans. The free plan includes 1 social set, 1 user, 30 posts per social profile and basic Instagram analytics. The number of photos you can upload to the Media Library is unlimited, though you will be able to schedule only static images. The free plan also does not offer stats relating to Pinterest posts, analytics about Instagram hashtags or the Conversation and Contributor feature.

What makes Agorapulse good?

Arguably the best feature of Agorapulse is its clean design. The interface is intuitive which makes it easy to set up and use, even if you will use it to schedule Instagram posts which can be more difficult. Also, thanks to its inbox that has all the incoming posts, comments and direct messages, it is easier to handle engagement across more than one Instagram account.