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Dribbble client for the iPad

We take a look at Dribbblr, a new iPad client for designer show-and-tell site Dribbble.

Our Verdict

This is a great, uncluttered client that makes swiping through Dribbble designs on your iPad a pleasure.

For

  • Ease of use
  • Great layout

Against

  • Not much!

Dribbblr is a simple, uncluttered way to browse creative hub Dribbble

Dribbblr is a simple, uncluttered way to browse creative hub Dribbble

If you've never heard of Dribbble (opens in new tab) (yes, it is spelt with three b's) then you need to check it out now. As a place for designers to showcase their work and for customers to find great designers, it's the leading industry site.

Dribbblr (opens in new tab) is a free, simple to use and well-designed Dribbble client for your iPad that makes browsing Dribbble a breeze.

Preview feature

The app displays four designs per screen. Upcoming designs can be previewed by pressing and holding the bar at the bottom, and you can see the comments thread and further details by tapping an image.

You don't need to have an Dribbble account to use Dribbblr but if you give it a username, you can view latest shots by designers you follow. The app is free, but you can upgrade to a Pro version via in-app purchase that removes all the ads.

Key info

  • Price: Free
  • Works with: iPad
  • Version: 1.0.4
  • App size: 14.8MB
  • Developer: Tapmates (opens in new tab)
  • Age rating: 4+

This showcase was originally published in .net magazine (opens in new tab) issue 234.

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The Verdict
8

out of 10

Dribbblr

This is a great, uncluttered client that makes swiping through Dribbble designs on your iPad a pleasure.

Topics

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