There is a small issue with Instagram:
The pictures timestamp and it needs to be taken care of immediately.
Instagram is one of the best photo-sharing apps for the iPhone and other mobile platforms. There are over million of users currently browsing this social network right now, and they’re happy about it.
But not me and a lot more people who wish the Facebook-owned company could be more accurate with the timestamp. In other words, showing us the exact date an Instagram photo or video was posted.
Luckily for you..
…a new solution has been found for this problem, which is using a jailbreak tweak called InstaRealDate. With it, you can now see the date and time completely on Instagram.
Take a look below
This tweak provides more details as to when a photo was posted on Instagram (day, month, year and time), instead of just general timestamp like minutes, hours, or days that the app is currently showing.
Here is how you can get started
Step 1: Go to Cydia and wait for the BigBoss repo to update
Step 2: Using the Search option, type in InstaRealDate
Step 3: The tweak is free to download so tap on the Install button
Upon installation, to view the detailed timestamp of an image you will have to tap on the default time on the top right-hand corner and then it will switch to a more in-depth one.
Still think that Instagram is missing a lot more features?
I suggest you check out a package called Instagram ++. This free jailbreak tweak will give you, even more, functionality like built-in Save photo directly to Camera Roll, Zoom in, reposts Instagram posts without third-party apps, and more.
Instagram now showing Edit date
In the most recent update, Instagram has decided to enhance their timestamp. The general date and time are still there.
So, what’s new?
Now you will be able to know when someone has changed or add something new to their caption.
If the caption were updated, it would show as Edited.
You do not need to install additional tweak or app to find out this info. All you have to do is tap on the comment icon under each photo.