Zoom For Instagram Lets You Open Images Full Screen & Download To Phone (Xposed Module)

Instagram is the ultimate place for every phone user to post their favorite square photos, edited with filters or not. It is a community where everyone can like and comment on other pictures, as well as follow other people. Instagram is the place where millions of people spend most of their time on mobile phones.

It is a great application but it has some problems that thousands of people complain every day, like not being able to download images or zoom in. We see people trying to zoom in a photo by double tapping, but photos do not work as on Facebook. If by double tapping you make images bigger on Facebook, a double tap on Instagram likes the picture.

There have been different methods to make pictures bigger on Instagram. For example, on many devices you can activate Magnification Gestures, which makes everything on the screen bigger. This is not an ideal choice though.

Pixeltech.dev, a senior member of XDA has created an Xposed module which adds a button to every Instagram image. When the button is pressed, the selected image goes full screen. The module then gives you the option to open the image in browser, share, rotate left and right and even save to device storage. So, if you like a certain picture on Instagram, you can download it on your phone.

The module is simply called “Zoom For Instagram”, even though it has more options than only zooming images.

Install ‘Zoom For Instagram’ Xposed Module

To install Zoom for Instagram, you need to have root access and Xposed framework.

How to install Xposed framework on Android 5.0 and Android 5.1:

Download: Zoom for Instagram Module

  1. Follow any of the guides above to install Xposed framework on your device.
  2. Download the APK module on your phone.
  3. Go to the ‘Downloads’ folder and install the module.
  4. Go to ‘Xposed Installer’ and tap on ‘Modules’.
  5. Tap and activate ‘Zoom for Instagram’.

Reboot your phone and launch Instagram. You will find a button alongside the ‘comments’ icon. Tap on it and the image will get bigger.


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