App of the Week: Dribbble – App for Designers

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Have a passion to explore inspirational designs from experts? Dribbble app lets you do it, with a single tap. As the most popular social platform for designer, the app lets you follow the best design from the experts and also share your own designs among thousands of others. Most commonly recognized as a playground for designers, Dribbble app lets you explore icon design, prototype, animation, graphic arts, illustration and lots more.

Dribbble App FeaturesDribbble single app screen

  • Access your profile easily and see the likes and bucket collection.
  • Browse trending designs from those users you follow.
  • Use keywords or tags to search inspirational designs.
  • Upload your design smoothly.
  • Easily send your messages to team and other designers.
  • Explore the latest job listing.
  • Easily upload your new shots with use of your device.
  • 3D touch enables you to get a closer visual of any available shot.
  • Share extension enables you to share your Dribbble from designing tools.
  • Use Dribbble links to open shots.
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  • Push notifications
Dribbble app lets designers explore evolving design trends and can implement these in their design to make it more rejuvenating. It lets you polish your skills and become more creative while crafting design. The app aims to help designing enthusiasts to share their work among each other and grab wonderful job opportunities.

Available for both iOS and Android users, Dribbble, developed by a top-notch app agency, is available free for everyone. Meanwhile, it includes subscription plans for using some additional features.

Other featured app: App of the Week: Paint by Number

How Dribbble App Works?

Dribbble App Screens

Dribbble is a cloud based app that works with following steps.

  • It saves users’ personal information while creating account.
  • All your works and creations that you upload get saved on the cloud.
  • The app saves user activities like following other users, numbers of uploaded shots, likes, etc.
  • When users search for a particular design using keywords, the request first goes to cloud server and then data gets processed accordingly, to display the items.

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