If you were finding few free analytics tools for Instagram, you are at a right place. There are a few free Instagram analytics tools available today. Here are five great free analytics tools for Instagram that you can use now.
Free Analytics tools
Nitrogram (web app)
Nitrogram this is a recently launched and funded marketing and social engagement platform lets brands better analyze and use the earned media they are generating on Instagram. The tool lets you see data on the 3000 latest relevant photos. If there is more data, it will be processed in the background (~2k photos/hour). You can now retrieve historical data about metrics like Volume (photos taken), Engagement (like+comments), and Potential Reach (for #hashtags). You can also access all the photos related to those insights and discover which ones could be important to engage with.”
This particular tool is solely for Instagram. It provides statistics, such as the amount of photos you have, likes received, comments, followers and more. I like how it shows you the photos with the highest engagement, the day and time your users are most engaged, your most engaged followers, and your growth and loss in followers. You can even manage contests with this tool.
This tool allows users to download analytics on different profiles for free as long as you agree to share a tweet to promote the company. You can download a detailed—and I mean detailed—Excel document that even shows you the engagement your photos had outside of Instagram. The free analytics report is definitely worth sharing a tweet.
This is yet another free app to download for your iPhone or iPad with some great add-ons available for in-app purchase (0.99 each).
Followers+ is a tool for Instagram users who not only want to know who is following them and who has stopped following them, but also want to know how actively engaged their audience is. At $0.99 to start this app is a bargain for its intuitive design and breadth of data.
This is a quick and easy to use mobile app for Instagram metrics. This app shows you 4 basic metrics each time you sync your account. New followers, unfollowed followers, those who are not following you back and those whom you are not following back.