Imgur for iOS arrives with endless supply of distractions

Imgur for iOS arrives with an endless supply of distractions

Slackers unite! Imgur for iOS is now here, giving you one more reason to shirk your responsibilities rather than tackle your to-do list. The release looks an awful lot like the Android version, but don't let that stand as a deterrent, because there's plenty of functionality to enjoy. This includes the ability to upload, submit and vote on images, and even manage your albums and account. You can also browse images by ranking or what's gone viral, and then share them via email, SMS and Twitter. If anyone (such as your boss) gives you guff for spending too much time on Imgur, just remind 'em that happiness is good for productivity. Couldn't hurt, anyway.

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Imgurians can now upload images to the gallery from their iOS devices

AUGUST 1, 2013 -SAN FRANCISCO- Imgur, the fastest growing image sharing platform on the web, today launches its first official iOS mobile app, just a month after introducing its first mobile app for Android. The new Imgur app gives iOS users an easy to use, full-featured experience that allows them to upload, share, and comment on images and memes from their mobile devices.

After releasing an Android app earlier this summer, Imgur immediately shifted gears to finalize their mobile app for iOS devices. The development team focused on maintaining the same great user experience Imgurians are used to, focusing on image discovery and engagement.

Imgurians can now take their community with them, while enjoying their favorite images in a clean, elegant, mobile user experience. The iOS app provides complete access to all the features and functionality Imgur users love. Imgurians can browse the "most viral" images on the Internet in the Imgur gallery, upload and submit images to the Imgur gallery, comment and vote on images in the gallery, and manage accounts and albums, all on the go.

"Our community drives our priorities here at Imgur, and the Android app was a great start but only got us about halfway there," said Alan Schaaf, founder and CEO, Imgur. "The mobile iOS app gives our iPhone and iPad users a way to enjoy the complete Imgur experience on the go. As more of our lives take place on the go, we want to make sure Imgurians have access to the full suite of Imgur features anywhere they are, on any mobile device."

tl; dr Imgur finally released an iOS mobile app!