Save Instagram Videos On Android—Using Video Downloader For Instagram
- Start by installing the Video Downloader for Instagram on your Android tablet or phone. To make it pretty easier and quicker, follow the steps below to get started.
- Launch the Google Play Store app on your mobile device.
- After that, tap in the search bar and type in the “video downloader for Instagram.”
- Next, tap on the “Video Downloader – for Instagram Repost App.”
- After doing that, tap on the “INSTALL.”
- And finally, tap on the “Accept” and proceed to the next step.
- Having done that, open your Instagram app by tapping on the Instagram icon located in the app drawer or n the home screen. This loads into the Instagram home if already signed in. If not yet, use your credentials to get logged in.
- Navigate to the video you’d wish to download by either searching for the account or scrolling through the home page Feed.
- When you get to the video post that you’d wish to save to your mobile phone, tap on the three-dotted icon (⋮) on the top-right of the post. This opens a pop-up menu.
- From the menu, tap on the “Copy Link” or “Copy Share URL.” Or any other alternative option for copying the post’s URL. If such options are missing, then you cannot download the video using this method.
- With the link copied to the clipboard, launch the Video Download app by tapping on its icon. It may be located on the home screen or in the app drawer.
- Give the Video Downloader app permission to download videos to your phone by tapping on the “ALLOW” button when prompted.
- Paste the copied link into the space provided on the upper part of the screen if the URL is not detected automatically.
- After that, tap on the white V-like icon with a circular pink background (Share) button located on the right side of the screen. Doing so prompts three options to appear: Share, Repost, and Download Image.
- Out of the options, tap on the “Download Image” to get the video downloaded to your Android phone or Tablet.
- Find the downloaded video. You can do that by using either Photos app or File manager the same way you always find other downloaded videos. Sounds easy? Well, you can try it out.
Tip: This procedure is only useful for Saving Instagram videos from public accounts. Also, the photo or video should be embedded in a post. Not a story!
Save Instagram Videos On iPhone or iPad —Using Download Gram
- Launch your Instagram app and head to Instagram Feed. Then browse through the Instagram posts to find the post containing the video that you want to download. Alternatively, you can get to the post by searching for the name of the account hosting the post.
- When you find the video, tap on the three-dotted icon located on the upper right corner of the post. Doing so prompts a pop-up menu to appear.
- Tap on the “Copy Link” or “Copy Share URL.” Doing so copies the URL to your iPhone’s or iPad’s clipboard.
- Launch your Safari browser if not yet launched and head to https://downloadgram.com/.
- Paste the link in the URL bar provided.
- After that, hit on the “Download” button. Doing so prompts another “Download” button to appear below the first one.
- Tap on the second download button to get your video downloaded to your Camera Roll.
Save Instagram Videos on Computer—Using SaveFromWeb
- Launch your computer browser and navigate to https://www.instagram.com/. This takes you to Instagram home Feed if already logged in.
- After that, navigate to the video you’d wish to download and click on the three-dotted icon found on the top-right corner of the post. This prompts a list of options to pop-up on the screen.
- From the menu, click on the “Copy Link” option. This copies the link to your computer’s clipboard.
- With that done, open another tab on your browser and head to https://www.savefromweb.com.
- Paste the Instagram video URL in the text box provided and then hit on the “Download” button next to it. This loads a preview of the video with a “Download” icon located beneath the video towards the right side.
- Hit on the “Download” button for the video to get downloaded.
- Find the downloaded video from your computer’s default download folder.