If you're anything like us here at UltraLinx you'll have multiple Instagram accounts that you constantly have to log in and out of to keep up with, whether it's for business or personal use. Unfortunately Instagram don't have a multiple account function for you to be able to use more than one account on the fly.
Luckily we've come up with a way that lets you manage multiple Instagram accounts on any Android device.
The process involves creating multiple accounts on your Android device. With Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google added true multi-user support for tablets and smartphones alike.
To add new user accounts, swipe down the notification tray, then tap on the avatar, from there you'll be able add new users or change to one you've already made.
Once the users are added, you can tap on the user icon in the notification bar to quickly switch accounts. Now for each user account you can have a different Instagram account (or any account) logged in to each one.