Instagram4Android

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Language
Java
Version
0.1.11 (Aug 20, 2017)
Created
Jun 10, 2017
Updated
Aug 20, 2017
Owner
charlieAndroidDev
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charlieAndroidDev
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Instagram4Android

This library directly talks to the private Instagram API, anything (well quite a lot) you can do on the IG app you can replicate with this library. You also bypass the public API's rate limits.

Credit

This is a port of a popular Java repository that provides access to Instagrams' private API. This has been changed around to use OkHttp and various other fixes have been made to make it work with Android. I will be updating this with more endpoints and so on as time goes on.

Project not in any way afilliated with Instagram.

Fair Use

Do NOT use this to spam anyone at all.
Do NOT use this for any illegal activities.

Installation

Add the following to your root build.gradle file:

allprojects {
    repositories {
 ...
 maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
    }
}

Then add the following to your app level build.gradle file, use the version number of the latest release:

dependencies {
    compile 'com.github.charlieAndroidDev:Instagram4Android:v0.1.11'
}

Instructions

Login

Instagram4Android instagram = Instagram4Android.builder().username(username).password(password).build();
instagram.setup();
instagram.login();

You must call setup() before login() otherwise an exception is thrown.

Below is my implementation of logging in to Instagram in my presenter (MVP) using RxJava2 and RxAndroid:

private void loginToInstagram(final String username, final String password) {

        Instagram4Android instagram = Instagram4Android.builder().username(username).password(password).build();

        attemptLogin(instagram, username, password)
                .subscribeOn(Schedulers.io())
                .observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread())
                .subscribe(instagramLoginResult -> {

                    if(instagramLoginResult.getStatus().equals(view.getStringResource(R.string.login_success))) {
                        view.loginFinished(instagram);
                    } else {
                        view.loginFailed(instagramLoginResult.getMessage());
                    }

                });

    }

private Observable<InstagramLoginResult> attemptLogin(final Instagram4Android instagram) {

        Observable<InstagramLoginResult> observable = Observable.create(observableEmitter -> {

            instagram.setup();
            observableEmitter.onNext(instagram.login());

        });

        return observable;

    }       

The String resource R.string.login_success is "ok".

Get user info

InstagramSearchUsernameResult result = instagram.sendRequest(new InstagramSearchUsernameRequest("example_username"));
InstagramUser user = result.getUser();

Send the request using your Instagram4Android instance, and then call getUser() on the result. Now poke around and see what info you can get from that user object.

Follow user

instagram.sendRequest(new InstagramFollowRequest(user.getPk()));

Very simple.

Being updated currently...