First step: Create your Flipagram Video and save it to your Camera Roll
Open the Instagram app (make sure you have the latest version as of 4.1):
For more help, check out Instagram's video support page here: www.help.instagram.com/442610612501386
Yes, you can use Flipagram with your camera roll or Instagram photos.
Currently, if logged into your Instagram account, you'll be able to email your videos, save them to your camera roll, or upload directly to Facebook or YouTube.
No. Flipagram videos are by default only saved to your device's Flipagram Library.
You must select at least 2 images and there is no maximum limit to how many you can include. Keep in mind, the more photos you include, the larger the file size will be. Your device's email application may prompt you to trim the videos if they are larger than the allowed attachment size limit. Large file sizes will also take longer to upload to Facebook and YouTube.
We support most audio file types but you will not be permitted to include any Digital Rights Management protected files to your video. Musical content that was not an original creation by you is protectable under copyright laws. It is against the law to copy music without purchasing or obtaining the rights to that music. Make sure you have the permission to use that musical content in any video slideshows you create with Flipagram.
Currently, you won't be able to go back in and edit any of your saved videos.
No, we don't collect any information from you or save any videos you create. All of the videos are stored locally on your device.
You can create Flipagrams using your device's photo library or from an Instagram account.
You can reach us at email@example.com.
Yes! We have lots of ideas and will be releasing updates soon! Have fun!