A new iOS and Android app has hacked into Instagram to record and upload screenshots of the account, causing an internet uproar.
The Instagram app allows users to send photos, video and GIFs of their life, and has a feature to “lock” the account to a specific location.
It has also been used to capture screenshots of people’s conversations, including when they post about a topic that they know the other person cares about.
The app was recently added to the Apple App Store for iPhone and iPad users.
However, its developer has claimed it was only discovered by a hacker.
The hack involves an Instagram app called Instagrambot, which is designed to scan the photos uploaded by users, identify the accounts they follow, and then upload them to the service.
The photos are uploaded as GIFs, and users can then share them with other users or post them on other social media sites, such as Facebook.
However, the Instagrambot app uses the Instagram API, which allows for access to Instagram’s private information and allows hackers to remotely view user accounts.
“As a result of this incident, users will not be able to post images on Instagram,” the app’s developer wrote on its Facebook page.
The attack, which has been dubbed the “YouTube hack”, has attracted a large amount of criticism.
Instagram has been hacked by a group called @NintendoGuru (an Instagram bot) for @NintendoNews.
The hacker has also published a tweet that included a screenshot of the @Nintendo News account.
The photo has since been removed from the account.
The hacker has said he is using the Instagram bot to track down Nintendo fans.
Nintendo has also said it is aware of the incident.
“NintendoGurus is not affiliated with Nintendo and we take this matter seriously.
We’re in the process of investigating the incident and are working closely with our trusted partners to identify and investigate the culprits,” a Nintendo spokesperson told TechCrunch.