Wednesday , August 22 2018

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Image sharing site Imgur has updated their Android app overnight, adding a fully native experience on Android for the first time.

The updated app offers a number of new features for Imgur fans, a community which has grown since the service launched as a way for reddit users to quickly share images. The feature list includes :

  • Redesigned card-based gallery made just for mobile. Our app gets out of the way to let you focus on what matters: the images, comments and community.
  • New and improved upload. Build a spiffy new post with your camera or saved images, and don’t forget your superior storytelling abilities.
  • Bug fix: you’ll no longer get stuck in an image loop.
  • Browse by topic to find the posts that interest you most.
  • Bug fix: you’ll no longer get stuck in an image loop.

*That’s not a bug.

The updated app has been made available to update on Google Play for those who have the app installed, or if you haven’t to install it fresh and enjoy the native experience.

Source: Google Play.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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