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5 Alternatives To Instagram

While Instagram may not really intend to sell your photos, if the Facebook-owned photo sharing site has left a bad taste in your mouth with its policy change, there are alternatives.

We’ve made a list of five photo-sharing apps that are worth checking out. Below we’ve listed the app and included links and the app’s description.

1. Flickr: “Capture and create stunning photos: Take photos with the app’s easy-to-use camera and make them your own with all new filters, editing features, and geo-tagging. Share your photos with anyone, anywhere: Instantly share with your Flickr groups and Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or email contacts. You pick. Discover the world through photos: The most interesting images in the world live on Flickr. Rediscover the world and be inspired by the Flickr community of photo hobbyists.” Read more

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