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Spread the Love Automatically on Instagram with Lovematically

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People are understandably happier when they see that their posts were liked by a lot of people. On Instagram, you get to give other people hearts instead of a thumbs up.

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I know some people who love photos that all their friends post, as they treat social networks like another means of extending their PR reach. If you’re like this, then you will no doubt find Lovematically useful.

It’s an app that automatically loves all photos that people in your network post, as they are posted. The app was created by Rameet Chawla, who explains: “It’s our generation’s crack cocaine. People are addicted. We experience withdrawals. We are so driven by this drug, getting just one hit elicits truly peculiar reactions. I’m talking about Likes. Pre-Lovematically, my posts would average 35 likes. Now, I routinely hit the triple-digits for Likes.”

Unfortunately, it’s likely that the application violates Instagram’s policies on automated interactions, which clearly states: “You shall not… Use the Instagram APIs to post automated content to Instagram, including likes and comments that were not initiated and entered by an Instagram user.”

[via C|NET]



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