This tutorial explains how to download Instagram photos in Firefox using the context menu.
Using the method in this tutorial, you can save or download a post from Instagram right in the Firefox context menu. The only downside of the method is that it doesn’t let you download Instagram stories.
To download Instagram posts in Firefox, we will use a free add-on named RightClickOnInstagram.
This Firefox add-on will add the “Save Image As…” option in the context menu. While this option is available by default on most sites on the internet, Instagram has disabled it.
Thus preventing users from downloading Instagram photos. So, this method will be helpful if you want to save Instagram photos to your desktop.
How To Download Instagram Photos In Firefox Using Context Menu
Let’s now see the steps to download Instagram posts using the context menu in Firefox.
Visit the link at the end of this tutorial and click the Add to Firefox button.
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As soon as you click the Add to Firefox button, you will see a notification box at the top-left of your Firefox browser, as shown below.
Click on the Add button to move ahead. Firefox will install this add-on, and in the next step, you have to click on the Okay button to start using RightClickOnInstagram.
Now, open Instagram, and you can download any photo by choosing the “Save Image As…” option in the context menu, as shown below.
Please note that you will first have to open the Instagram post and then right-click on it to get the option to save the photo.
Congrats! You can download Instagram photos in Firefox using its context menu.
As of 2022, Instagram is home to 1.3 Billion users worldwide, and most users share aesthetic photos of different categories.
While there are many add-ons to download Instagram posts, none lets you do it using the context menu. We shared a simple method to download Instagram photos in Firefox using the context menu in this tutorial.
Download and install the RightClickOnInstagram Firefox add-on to get the “Save Image As…” option in the context menu of the Firefox browser. We hope you will find this tutorial helpful. Subscribe to our newsletter to get such updates straight to your inbox.