displays live your Instagram feeds during events


Using Live Slide Shows in events is not a new feature for Instagramers and there is already several Instagram Web tools offering this service. However we loved this new web browser fully conceptualized in view to show, an easy way, Instagram Live Feeds during your next events.

. is a startup launched last 27th September which provides a platform for event organisers to display a live Instagram feed to their guests.

As guests share pics through Instagram app (using a specific hashtag and a location) their photos will automatically appeared on a screen displayed at the event location. It can be used for any event, Instameet in a bar, exhibition, concert, conferences, festivals, night clubs, sporting events etc. All that you need is a screen, a computer, a projector and of course people Instagramming.

(watch demo in Youtube)

It is great for companies and communication agencies organizing events because the guests often share their photos on Facebook and Twitter and it encourages them to use the  chosen hashtag but also for our Instagramers groups network.

Igers can even be incentivised by a photo competition with prizes or simply by the fact to share “live” their pics with rest of assistants.

Even perfect for weddings – it encourages everyone to share their pictures with other guests through the app and the photos can be downloaded after the event and made into an attractive book for the happy couple to keep forever.

Set up is very easy. The slideshow has different slideshow transition styles, instructional text, slideshow speed etc. It’s also possible to log in via a phone and ban photos on the currently playing slideshow. initially launched with a free plan,where the slideshows play for an hour with up to 100 photos. Other paid plans are due to launch within the next few weeks with even more customisable options for the slideshow, including custom backgrounds and branding.

You can also visit FAQ page which may answer any further questions you have,




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