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Officially Android‑Friendly

No matter what device you squeeze into your back pocket, you can now take Dribbble with you everywhere you go.

Last year we released our official iOS app which created a lot of excitement. Since that time, we’ve added messaging, notifications, and the ability to upload Shots to the app. All of these improvements were well received, but we kept hearing there was something missing

Over and over you asked us, “When is Android coming?” Today, we’re excited to share that the official Dribbble Android app is finally here.

With Android being used by over 76% of mobile users today, we can’t wait to get your designs into the hands of more design enthusiasts worldwide.

From Rippple to Dribbble

A couple of months ago, Dribbble acquired one of our favorite Android apps, Rippple. Released in 2015, Rippple became a favorite app for Android users with its beautiful design and thoughtful interactions that made browsing Dribbble on-the-go so easy.

For the last few months Rippple’s creator, Mathieu Maree, has been working alongside the Dribbble team, adding major improvements to the experience.

Introducing the Official Dribbble Android App

Introducing the Official Dribbble Android App

by Dribbble for Dribbble

No matter what device you squeeze into your back pocket, you can now take Dribbble with you everywhere you go. Last year we released our official iOS app which created a lot of excitement. Since that time, we’ve added messaging, notifications, and the ...

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So, what’s new?

Many of the screens in the app have been redesigned. Dig a little deeper, and you’ll see even more improvements to the new official Dribbble Android app!

Better Dribbbling on the go. Now you can upload Shots directly from the app. Android tablet users will love being able to work in their favorite Android design apps and then easily upload their work to Dribbble without switching over to their desktops. Shot details have lots of improvements including the ability to view large attachments in-app.

See what’s “trending.” We added a new search filter so you can zero in on what’s inspiring other players at any given moment.

Fixes. Lots of them. We squashed a ton of bugs to improve your experience and boosted picture loading performance.

We have a lot more in store for Android in the coming months including additions of the activity feed and push notifications.

Slow and steady wins the race

The official Dribbble Android app is live today and to ensure we’re on top of any late-breaking issues, we’ll be rolling out to the Google Play Store in waves. So if you don’t see the app there right away, it’ll be there soon!

We’re so excited about being a part of the Android experience! If you have feedback, we want to hear it! Feature requests, bugs, or general comments and love. Let us know!

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