Instagram Top 9 WARNING: Downloading bogus ‘best nine’ app today can delete your account
INSTAGRAM users have started to share their Top 9 photos of the last year – a trend that always takes hold on the photo-based social media site this time of year. However, Instagram fans need to be aware of bogus best nine apps that can lead to an account being hacked, modified – or deleted.
As we approach the new year, Instagram users have started to share their Top 9 of 2020 – a grid of nine images to highlight the most popular posts from the last 12 months. This trend has exploded in popularity in recent years and this year is no different. Millions of people have embraced the Instagram Top 9 tradition, with celebrities like Ariana Grande, Kim Kardashian, and Justin Bieber sharing their Top 9 already.
In a post online warning Instagram users about this threat, BetaLabs said: “We receive messages from people saying that after they used our app their Instagram account username has been ‘hacked’, deleted, or modified. In fact, they were unknowingly using a fake tool thinking it’s our Top Nine tool. That’s one of the reasons why we chose to make it under the CreatorKit platform, on CreatorKit.com/TopNine.”