Imgur Browsr: Your New Favorite iOS App for Browsing Through Cat Pictures, Memes and GIFs!

If you use Imgur, a service for sharing images, you probably spend hours and hours browsing through funny and interesting cat photos, memes, comics, GIFs and other content. But how do you do that on your mobile phone? If you still haven’t found the right Imgur application, you might like Imgur Browsr for iOS.

Marin Huljev and Petar Kujundzic from Limun Studio made Imgur Browsr, while Dina Stambolija designed the app icon.

If you use Imgur, a service for sharing images, you probably spend hours and hours browsing through funny and interesting cat photos, memes, comics, GIFs and other content. But how do you do that on your mobile phone? If you still haven’t found the right Imgur application, you might like Imgur Browsr for iOS.

The authors, Marin Huljev and Petar Kujundzic from the Croatian Limun Studio, made the app because, as they say, they wanted to have the same experience of the website on their iPhones, but there weren’t any good Imgur applications available on the App Store. So they made their own.

What does Imgur Browsr offer?

So, the application is intended for everyone who like funny images, GIFs, inspirational posters and, of course, pictures of cats. Users can share pictures on other social networks or via email, comment on pictures or up-vote or down-vote them among other things. Also, they can even add their favorite subreddits to the list so they can access them faster to view images people submitted to the subreddit (comments from the subreddits can also be read inside the app).

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Marin Huljev explains other application features:

If you have an Imgur account, you can login and access your favorites, submissions and images or upload pictures and submit them to the main gallery for everyone to see. We added the “Image of the day” feature where we select the image that we liked the most that day and we send it via push notification to the users.

The app is currently available for iOS devices.
The app is currently available for iOS devices.

Imgur Browsr currently has 200 users one week after the launch and is currently only available for iOS devices. Most of them come from USA, United Kingdom and The Netherlands. For the future releases the authors plan to implement support for iPad, making it universal app for iOS devices, add some missing features that aren’t still supported, like creating albums with pictures you uploaded to the Imgur and color themes.

The price is one dollar and you can download it from the App Store.

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