800 million people use Instagram to share pictures of their friends, food and vacations. The popular app just released their end of year data, and it's a fun look into where people are 'gramming, who they followed, and what filters they slapped onto their photos.
New York slides into the top place for most Instagrammed location. The list of international hot spots is made up of population dense, landmark heavy cities, so it makes sense that they would be tagged by both locals and tourists alike. Both the location and city lists were tallied using geotags, so if you spent 2017 furiously hashtagging #Tempe in an attempt to make the list, your efforts were unfortunately in vain.
On our IG story today 👉🏼the 420 square foot apartment of designer Caroline Hurley. As the founder of a successful home textiles business, it's no surprise that this West Village apartment is beautiful, inviting, unique, and just about the coziest space you've ever seen. Full tour via the link in our bio. (Image: @chloeberk | Home: @carozucchero)
Most-Instagrammed cities of 2017:
- New York, New York
- London, United Kingdom
- Moscow, Russia
- Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Paris, France
- Los Angeles, California
- Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Jakarta, Indonesia
- Istanbul, Turkey
- Barcelona, Spain
The most Instagrammed locations are an interesting mix of themeparks, museums and landmarks.
Most-Instagrammed locations of 2017:
- Disneyland, Anaheim, USA
- Times Square, New York City, USA
- Central Park, New York City, USA
- Tour Eiffel, Paris, France
- Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo, Japan
- Disney's Magic Kingdom, Orlando, USA
- Musée du Louvre, Paris, France
- Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, USA
- Disney California Adventure Park, Anaheim, USA
- Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, USA
And in case you were wondering what filter people were using on their photos of Minnie Mouse or the Mona Lisa, the year's most popular filter was Clarendon. Congrats to Clarendon!