Download An App To Find Your Most Liked Instagram
Top Nine is one of the highest-rated post aggregators for retrospectives of a single year in the App Store. If you are just interested in seeing your most popular posts from 2020, just download the app, type in your username, save the grid to your photo roll, and look at the data. Best Grid offers a similar service for 2019. You also get a fun animation with your stats for the year prior, including how many followers you have, how many posts you have made, and how many likes and comments you have received.
BestNine allows you to select individual years, or purchase an all-time report for $0.99 if you want to go back in time. In order to use this third-party app, you’ll need to give it access to Instagram, so if your security settings don’t permit that, you’ll want to skip it.
Use Instagram Insights For Your Recent Top Posts
When you use Instagram as a business or creator, you have access to Insights. Your most-liked photo will be displayed, but only within the last two years. If you think that your following has grown steadily over the past few months, then this will be the peak of your whole Instagram experience. Additionally, it is free and does not require any additional download space. On your profile page, tap Insights, then tap Accounts Reached, and then scroll down to Top Posts and See All. Sort these by Reach – the total number of people who saw the post – or by Likes.
Taylor Swift is now on TikTok and out of the woods. Taking to TikTok on Aug. 23, Swift announced the vinyl release of her upcoming album Red (Taylor’s Version) and showed off four very different eras of music since the release of her Grammy-winning album Folklore in July 2020.
In her video for her fourth album, Swift uses the lyrics “My outstanding payments swift like Taylor” from British rapper Dave’s song “Screwface Capital” to bridge the aesthetics for each of her albums. The singer has brought back her vintage hairdo and sepia tones from her Folklore era for the 2020 surprise release of its sister album, Evermore. To represent Fearless (Taylor’s Version), released in April, she quickly switched to her trademark curly locks ending with (Taylor’s Version) Red is signified by bangs and red lipstick. Just Jared reports that Evermore’s release date was originally written “December 11, 2021” instead of 2020. Fortunately, the mistake was quickly corrected.