I learned from Statista, a provider of market and consumer data, that Instagram is currently the 4th most popular social media platform on the planet. This is no surprise, as Instagram is a place for individuals, influencers, celebrities, and businesses to connect with each other.
It is very possible that your child may like it too. And if you are a concerned parent (and I am sure you are since you are reading my post), you may want to see what your child likes on Instagram. That’s why I decided to give Snoopreport a try to see if it would really be able to track account activities.
- 1 Snoopreport At Glance
- 2 What I Liked About Snoopreport
- 3 What I Didn’t Like About Snoopreport
- 4 Detailed Snoopreport Review
- 5 Does Snoopreport Work?
- 6 Comparing Instagram Trackers: Snoopreport vs Glassagram
- 7 FAQs
- 8 Snoopreport Review – Wrapping Up
- 9 Snoopreport
- 10 Pros
- 11 Cons
- 12 About The Authors
Snoopreport At Glance
Snoopreport is an Instagram activity tracker that allows you to anonymously view someone’s likes and their following activity. I tested it out for myself to help find a surprise gift for one of my best friends.
This Instagram tracker gives you detailed weekly reports and has three plans, Personal, Small Business, and Professional, each allowing you to track multiple accounts at once with ease.
After testing it, I found out that it works with public accounts only and it does not work with private ones.
Snoopreport can indeed track likes. You can see what videos, reels, photos, and stories the account you track is liking. Knowing someone’s likes on Instagram can be pretty handy, especially if you’re doing research into their interests or hobbies like I did.
It also shows you new follows of that account and what accounts it follows as well.
In addition, it shows you the favorite hashtags of the Instagram account you track.
|$4.99/mon (Personal Plan)
|All Devices (web-based service)
|Tracks Follows & Unfollows
|Public Accounts Only
|Email, Toll-free number, and FAQ
|Can Track Multiple Accounts
|Yes (Personal Plan: 2 accounts max)
What I Liked About Snoopreport
- You don’t need to install anything on the target phone; Snoopreport works similarly to Glassagram, another Instagram tracker.
- It shows you the likes of the target account as well as if they recently followed or unfollowed any Instagram user during the tracking period.
- One plan can allow you to track multiple Instagram accounts.
- Presents all of the data in an easy-to-read and understandable format.
- Allows you to download reports as CSV files for offline viewing.
- Customer support is helpful and responsive along with an informative FAQ section.
- Liked posts and accounts are hyperlinked which makes for easy navigation.
What I Didn’t Like About Snoopreport
- Doesn’t allow you to track private accounts.
- Only provides a weekly report.
If you’re interested in what Snoopreport has to offer, go ahead and check it out.
Detailed Snoopreport Review
Snoopreport is an Instagram activity tracker that works differently than many others on the market.
While other Instagram trackers work to give you access to the entirety of a target account, including direct messages, Snoopreport is focused on allowing you to track the likes of an attached account over a 7-day period.
For this review, I tried Snoopreport out for a week and tracked two accounts, an active one and one of our own old TechUntold Instagram accounts.
It’s important to note, though, that Snoopreport can only track a public account and does not track private account activity. Plus, I was only able to track what the account liked and who they followed or unfollowed.
However, I find Snoopreport’s information about what the account likes to be highly useful, especially because Instagram removed the ability to see someone’s likes in 2019.
Create Snoopreport Account
Before you can start tracking with Snoopreport, you need to create an account. It is very straightforward:
- Go to the Snoopreport website and click Get Started.
- Follow the steps and buy a subscription.
- Enter your payment details and click Subscribe.
Unfortunately, there is no free trial of Snoopreport at the moment. However, you can always go to the Report examples to see how the tool works.
Set Up A Snoopreport Account
Before I discuss Snoopreport’s features, here’s how to link target users to your account:
- Log into your Snoopreport account and go to your dashboard.
- On your dashboard, click Add Account to add the Instagram account you want to track.
- In the popup, type the Instagram username of the account, then click Check.
- Snoopreport will begin checking for that particular account. Once it’s visible, click Add Account.
- Snoopreport will then begin tracking the account and your report will be made available a week later.
As you can see in the screenshot above, I started tracking on the day I started writing my review. The report was made available five days later.
- Once the report is made available, go back to your dashboard and click See Reports.
- You’ll be taken to the report page where you can view the reports for the past week.
This account was inactive, therefore there wasn’t anything for Snoopreport to show. However, I’ll be showing you the data from another account further in the review.
As I mentioned in the brief tutorial, Snoopreport shows its findings via reports. These reports give you a breakdown of Instagram users’ activity during the tracking period.
I was able to view how many likes the account made and who they recently followed and unfollowed. The report also showed me the total number of users that received likes from the account, the hashtags in the posts that were liked, as well as the account that received the most likes.
An additional feature that I found useful was that Snoopreport’s reports were available as downloadable CSV files. What’s even better is that I found out via the marketing company Adcore, that CSV files make it easy to analyze data. Personally, I like this feature because it makes it easier to search for names in the report.
The Likes section shows you which accounts received likes and the posts that received the likes and then ranks them in descending order by the number of likes.
I was delighted that the liked posts in the report were hyperlinked so I’d be able to see the actual post with one click. It means that you can click on the post in Snoopreport and it will take you to the original Instagram post.
Follows & Unfollows
As I mentioned before, Snoopreport also displays the accounts that your target account follows and unfollows. Similar to the Likes section, these accounts are hyperlinked so you go to them directly from your reports page.
Liked Media Tags Cloud
I’ve always known the importance of hashtags, but this post by NetInfluencer, an influencer marketing website, provided me with even more insight. That’s why I like that Snoopreport presents the hashtags in the posts that were liked and displays them in a word cloud or bullet format.
Similar to the Liked media tags cloud, Snoopreport also provided me with a breakdown of Instagram user interests in a word cloud or bullet list. This is what category the liked posts fall under. It can be a product/service, a magazine, a brand, or more.
Snoopreport is an online service without any dedicated app for Android or iOS devices. I was able to easily access the website on my desktop and mobile device. It loaded quickly and was easy to navigate even on a mobile device.
This enables you to monitor the Instagram activities of your children, significant other, or customers with ease. All that’s required is a device with an internet connection, and you’re ready to get started.
Here’s another feature offered by Snoopreport that is worth noting: Watchlist, the ability to monitor suspicious accounts that you want to keep tabs on. You can use it to see whether your child, spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend is following or liking their content.
Simply input the usernames of the specific Instagram users you’re interested in, and you’ll receive notifications each time any of the accounts you’re monitoring follows or likes their posts.
You can download Snoopreports reports in the CSV format where CSV stands for comma-separated values. If you try to open it as is, you will see a bunch of text with a lot of commas. It is much better to open it in Excel or Google Docs so that it is presented as a spreadsheet
In terms of pricing, Snoopreport has three plans available:
- Small Business
The Personal Plan costs $4.99 per month and tracks 2 accounts max. The Small Business Plan costs $14.99 per month and tracks a maximum of 10 accounts. Lastly, the Professional Plan costs $44.99 per month and supports up to 100 Instagram accounts.
For my test, I used a Personal Plan and I think this is the right plan for the average person.
I found Snoopreport’s Customer Support to be quite good. There’s a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section that provided me with detailed responses to questions that I had. In addition to the FAQ page, Snoopreport is reachable by email at [email protected] or their toll-free support number (833)766-6744.
Does Snoopreport Work?
During my test, I found Snoopreport to be easy to use. It only required the username of the Instagram account I wanted to track.
Once I did this, I just had to wait a week to receive a report on the Instagram user’s activity. That said, while I understand why I had to wait a week for Snoopreport to gather the data, I wished they could have provided quicker reports, such as one every 24 or 48 hours.
Comparing Instagram Trackers: Snoopreport vs Glassagram
I compiled this handy comparison table for you to easily compare two popular Instagram trackers available in the market.
|Monitor Direct Messages
|Neither of the Instagram monitoring tools allows for tracking Direct Messages
|This feature is available in both
|Neither of the Instagram monitoring tools allows for tracking Direct Messages
|While Snoopreport doesn’t display comments made on Instagram, Glassagram does.
|Tracking Private Accounts
|Glassagram has the capability to monitor private Instagram accounts
|Monitor Instagram Without App Installation
|Both have the feature to monitor Instagram without the need for an app installation
|Only Snoopreport provides insights into user intrests
|Tracking Follows & Unfollows
|This feature is available in both
Does Snoopreport actually work?
Snoopreport actually does work. The likes and follows in the report are 100% accurate as Snoopreport only collects data from public accounts. This is also the reason why Snoopreport is unavailable to collect data from private Instagram accounts to display their likes or following activity.
Is Snoop report legal?
Snoopreport is legal, 100% so. If you’re also wondering if it’s ethical, then the answer would be yes. The reason is that Snoopreport only uses publicly available data to present in their reports. Snoopreport does not provide any information about private accounts in any shape or form.
Can people see if you snoop on their Instagram?
No one can see if you snoop on their Instagram. When you track an Instagram account with Snoopreport, there’s absolutely no connection between you and them. Therefore, they have no way of knowing that you’re tracking them. You can also delete their account from your dashboard and leave no trace.
Snoopreport Review – Wrapping Up
What’d you think of this review?
While I didn’t rely heavily on Instagram’s activity tab when it existed, I know that being able to see someone’s Instagram likes can prove beneficial. You can do covert research to surprise them with a gift for their birthday or the holidays.
Either way, Snoopreport is a great way to gather intel on multiple public Instagram accounts at once. If you have any questions, be sure to leave them in the comments below. Don’t forget to share this article too!
Ease Of Use10.0/10
Value for Money10.0/10
- Affordable and good value for money.
- Provides a detailed report on the linked account’s likes and the following activity.
- You can link more than one Instagram account to a Snoopreport plan.
- Reports are available in a CSV format for offline viewing.
- Helpful and responsive customer support in tandem with an informative FAQ section.
- Liked posts and accounts that have been followed or unfollowed are hyperlinked in the report.
- Reports only provided on a weekly basis
- Can’t track a private account.