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500px photo-sharing app gets iOS 7 update, new looks and features

Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon
October 6, 2013
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It might not excite as many as 150 million people, but the 500px update for iOS 7 could make a lot of its avid users' weekends. To keep up with the crowd, the photo-sharing network has refreshed its app's looks, getting rid of its unsightly black bezel for an edge-to-edge design accented with translucent panels. A handful of new features are also sprinkled in, including the ability to quickly Like or reply to any comment by swiping it. For the iPad, a photo's detail page now shows everyone who Liked and added it to their favorites. The homepage (or Flow, as the network calls it) now also displays the user's avatar next to the image they Liked, Favorited or commented on. While these changes have yet to make their way to Android, iOS users can quickly hit Update on the App Store or click the Source link below to download 500px.

DNP 500px for iPhone gets update

DNP 500px for iPhone gets update

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