this list. Make sure to use a different one for each of your accounts. Also: Don’t share it – or your account – with anyone. Even better: Use a password manager that creates a secure password for you and saves it so you don’t have to remember it. Done. 😉
Well – at least not until you are really 100% sure you can trust them. Why? Just think back to the InstaAgent affair. The app – which was one of the top free apps in the Canadian and United Kingdom app store – not only sent your Instagram username and password to a remote server in clear text, it also used the account access to post images on your Instagram in order to promote their app. Not cool, right? So be careful on that front, too.