After the news today that Facebook is buying Instagram for $1 Billion dollars, many users concerned with what Facebook will do, or people who just don’t like Facebook, period, may want to take their photos with them. Emailing each photo to yourself could take forever, and there is no web interface or easy way within the app to get your photos out of the Instagram service.
This is where Instaport.me comes in handy. Enter your Instagram credentials and choose if you want all your photos, photos from a specific time frame, among some other options, and you get a .Zip file with the data. The service is free, with donations suggested. Because of the news of the acquisition today, the site warns that the service is experiencing a huge traffic spike and might not work right now, so you may have to give it some time.