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What is Glassagram? Is it safe to use?

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Glassagram is a spy app by which you can anonymously view the Instagram profile of others. Not much is known about the company yet, but from the About us page, we can salvage some information. The company was founded in 2017 with only five members to offer a broader view on Instagram.

The company claims to offer 24/7 customer support as well as an affordable price for you to watch others on Instagram anonymously.


Features that Glassagram offers

Glassagram offers the following features:

  • View private accounts which are otherwise locked.
  • Save stories for 48 hours instead of 24.
  • Save videos and photos.
  • Monitor the real-time activities of a person on Instagram.
  • Stalk on an unlimited number of Instagram accounts from your dashboard.
  • People can use Glassagram even if they don’t have an Instagram account.

These are just a glimpse of the features that the company promises to offer at a price of $59.89 for a month and $149.88 for a year.

Also read: What is a Spyware and ways to counter it


Is Glassagram safe?

Now, this is the question that needs thorough consideration. For one, stalking another person without their knowledge is a breach of privacy.

Also, you have to enter your email address for the service. We advise you not to use your personal or business email address for this purpose. Rather, you should first use any fake email generators for this purpose.

For Glassagram to work, you need to install the app on the target device. This means that you will have to access the device until the app is installed. Once the app is installed, it will take screenshots of the Instagram of that device and will send you the pics.

Here the main concern is not safety but privacy. If you want to see what your child is doing on Instagram, you can build trust with them instead of using these applications.

We advise people not to use such applications as there might be some legal and ethical consequences.

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