The new Blipfoto iPad App
15th February 2013
Be one of the very first to download the brand new Blipfoto iPad App... That's right, we've launched our long-anticipated app for iPad, and it's fresh in the App Store today...
The new iPad app follows hotly on the heels of our shiny iPhone app which we released in December. With thousands of you now using Blipfoto for iPhone, we've had some amazing feedback - as well as rave reviews on the App Store. Perhaps the only thing missing was a stand-alone iPad version. And now it's here.
It takes everything great about our iPhone app and delivers it natively on the iPad, including the Newsfeed - a personalised view that brings together all the stories and pictures from your favourite Blippers, as well as others that we think you might like.
It also has a really nifty 'nearby' function that lets you browse other Blips taken near your current location.
However, the stand-out feature of the new iPad app is its ability to show off your images in the most stunning detail.
If you're a Blipfoto Full Member, your images can be viewed fullscreen through the app. They look amazing on any iPad, but if you're lucky enough to own one with a Retina display, the quality is simply stunning.
The iPad's large screen also enhances the mapping function, allowing you to discover new and exciting Blips all over the world.
Download it free from the App Store now and see for yourself. And if you like what you see, please leave us lots of stars and a lovely review!
A poignant shot from one of the many One Billion Rising events to take place around the world. One Billion Rising is global movement to demand an end to violence against women across the world. (See a small collection of just a few of the images shared on Blipfoto of other events around the globe.)
A beautiful, crystal-clear portrait, focussing on the nature of the water as it falls on the face. When frozen in time by the flash, the water looks almost ice-like on her skin.
Snow dust, like fairy dust. The perfect Alpine landscape of Rigi.
If I was going to dance around Chinatown in my pants I'd at least want people to look at me! Chinese New Year celebrations in London.
The first day of the first lunar month in much of Asia and the biggest human migration on earth. Saigon's traffic during the Tet season.