Unsquared is a simple tool to create unique dynamic posts on Instagram!
With unsquared, you will be able to post panoramic/lanscape picture in full size on Instagram without having to resize them in a single square window.
Unsquare your picture in two simple steps:
- Take a picture from the app or choose one from your library,
- Set the number of pieces you want to split your picture into and adjust the cropping window accordingly.
Once you're done, the picture is divided and the pieces are saved to your library.
You can then go on Instagram and share all of them in a single post using the Slideshow feature.
Check out and get inspired by our creations on Instagram @unsqrd, all created exclusively with unsquared! #unsqrd #unsquared
New year, new design!
- Redesigned logo and app content.
- Picture quality improvements.
- Bug fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I wrote the review below and the following day received a reply from the developer. That alone is impressive enough. The reply addressed my concerns, provided the info I needed to get the App to work properly. Now that I understand where I was going wrong I’m happy to give it 5 stars.
It’s not terrible but needs two major improvements:
1: The ‘x’ to delete the Dev’s logo doesn’t always show (to clarify, it’s there for maybe a second or two then vanishes) so your finished image has the logo on it. I’d rather ignore the forced advertising than have somebody else’s logo on my image.
2: Users should be allowed to choose which area of the image to use. In its present iteration it’s the app that decides.
It’s a free app but I would buy this ONLY if the paid version:
- Did not include advertising
- Gave users more control over selection area
- Was not subscription based
For now it’s free so I’d suggest trying it and if you don’t like it then delete it as I have. Its deficiencies make it unusable for me in its current iteration.
Developer Response ,
Hello! Thank you for such a comprehensive review! Here are our follow-ups to some of your points:
1: The cross mark "vanish" is likely due to a lack of connection to the internet. If properly connected, it shouldn't take more than 1 second to reappear. Please make sure that you are connected to the internet.
2: You can completely choose the area that you would like to crop! Simply press and drag the picture until you get the window to the desired position. You can also enlarge/reduce the portion of the picture that is covered by changing the number of pieces.
Paid version notes: We are currently working on a paid version and have taken careful notes of your review!
So simple to use
There’s a few different Apps that split pictures, I’ve tried the others, but prefer unsqrd because it’s simple to use with excellent results. That’s it : Simple
App is fine but still a bit worried
The app works fine, the ads don’t take too long to load, and the end photo is pretty much there. Little bit disappointing you can’t take the whole photo but have to take a portion of it. But that’s fine really.
I’m actually more worried that the app is taking photos when I’m only using it to unsquare photos that I’ve already taken. I’ve now got a collection of photos of my feet. I’m wondering if these photos are also being uploaded to your server? Can you please update the app so this no longer happens? Concerned about the implications of an app that’s taking photos when no such command has been requested.
Developer Response ,
Hello Jake, thank you very much for your review. We are now working on finding what went wrong there. In the meantime, please rest assured that we do not upload your photos on our servers. In fact, we do not upload any of your photos/videos anywhere in any way! All pictures taken from within Unsquared are stored locally ONLY on your phone’s photo library. We understand your concern and will fix this unintended camera shot bug as soon as possible. Thanks again.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.