EyeEm 3.0 brings discovery to already wonderful photo sharing app
EyeEm, a great photo sharing app we’ve highlighted in the past, is back with a brand new 3.0 release. Details in this go’round include a discovery tool, sidebar navigation, an improved way to view photos, and more. With the new client it is not only easier to navigate the app, but it’s way faster and much more polished.
- All new magical Discover feed
- Completely redesigned interface
- New sidebar menu for easy navigation
- Maps that show exactly where an image has been taken
- Direct access to the EyeEm Blog
- Switch between grid view & fullscreen mode
- New logo & app icon
- An overall faster, slicker and surprising photo experience
If you’re like the rest of the world and love to share pictures of your food, family, and fun stuff, we definitely say Eye Em is worth a look.
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