Completely redesigned and rewritten, available now!
Thanks to Tim for the dribbble shot format.
The grip on the compose button is a subtle implication to swipe up for the camera, or swipe left for a text post.
over 1 year ago
I had no idea you could swipe up for the camera, nice idea! According to my twitter feed people are loving the update, great work.
@Dan Lebowitz The reaction has been remarkable. We've been watching it sit at 4½ stars all day, waiting for it to make the jump!
Excellent work. Officially my favorite way to keep up on the world of tumblr, Thanks man.
wow lovely update of the design! These pixels make me wonder whether or not i should start using Tumblr..
Nice work, Pete. Those buttons are perfect.
You guys have been killing it with all the updates.
@Peter Vidani Amazing work on the app. I love it! Any news on an iPad app yet? I'd much rather use the iPad for Tumblr than my phone.
lovely new app
Loving that the main button isn't centered and emphasized, but aligned to the right. Everything looks very nice, classic tumblr style :)
impressive update to the app!
nice job man.
Dig the new app, looks and feels extremely solid.
Stylistically great, but I still fail to see the point in dropping text from tab bars.
@Sebastiaan de With It gave me a shorter tab bar and thus more room for content. With only 3 tabs (and one already selected and therefore "learned"), the icons felt fairly self-explanatory.
Way better i think.
Nice job Peter !
by Peter Vidani
Today's build went out with an entirely new skin. Most won't notice what exactly is different about it (present company excluded of course), it will just feel a lot smoother and refined.
I started out just wanting to better match the colors of the site. With the first release, I used the same hex codes for most things. That was a mistake. This time around I spent a lot of time staring at my phone and visually matching it to the site. From there, I saw a lot of ways to tighten it up. Smaller corner radii, depressed highlight states, more constistent type treatment, and less contrast overall.
Shown here at 1X, but it really needs to be seen on your Retina phone.
Lots of new features, too. That bolt in the tab bar lights up when there are new notifications, and you can now track tags in the app. We also added a sign up process, which is huge for us. It's really slick.
And the app is a bunch faster, which I can't really show here!
over 1 year ago
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