Instagram: How to View Stories Anonymously
Watching Stories on Instagram is a way to get to know a little more about the daily lives of the profiles we follow – or that we follow from afar… here is a way to view Stories anonymously
Watching Stories on Instagram is a way to get to know a little more about the daily lives of the profiles we follow – or that we follow anonymously from afar. However, by nature Instagram is a “snitch” tool.
Natively, there is no way to watch Stories anonymously. Whenever you view content, your profile will be recorded in the statistics of the user who posted it. What may seem innocent to some is a nuisance to others. After all, not everyone wants to be “seen” watching Stories from certain profiles.
Is there a way to view Stories anonymously? Exists. The solution lies in a free online service called Ingramer. It allows you to watch Stories anonymously via a browser on PC. See how to do this.
How to view Instagram Stories anonymously?
The good news is that to use Ingramer you don’t need to do any kind of registration or login on the platform. Just open the page and start using it.
Step 1. Access the Ingramer page from your browser, via PC, tablet, or smartphone.
Step 2. In “Story Viewer for Instagram”, type in the search field the name of the profile from which you want to view Stories anonymously. For example @nupgrade.blog. Click on “Search”.
Step 3. Wait for Stories to load. Then the Stories will be displayed side by side.
Step 4. Click “Play”, to play the video, or “Download”, to download it. The contents are saved on the PC or in the smartphone Gallery.
Ready! Simply put, you will be able to see Stories of any user who has a public profile without being recorded in the statistics of the profile in question that you were there.
For those who want to make anonymous tracking of Stories more professional, Ingramer offers paid plans. Through them, it is possible to follow up to 100 profiles simultaneously. In this case, the values vary between $3/month (for up to 3 profiles) and $49 per month (for up to 100 profiles).
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