Imgur announced today that it has launched its long-awaited iOS app, following the launch of its first mobile app for Android in June. The iOS app was reportedly being held up by Apple for a bit, but it's here now.
The app gives users the full-featured experience they'd expect, with uploading, sharing and commenting.
“Our community drives our priorities here at Imgur, and the Android app was a great start but only got us about halfway there,” said Alan Schaaf, founder and CEO, Imgur. “The mobile iOS app gives our iPhone and iPad users a way to enjoy the complete Imgur experience on the go. As more of our lives take place on the go, we want to make sure Imgurians have access to the full suite of Imgur features anywhere they are, on any mobile device.”
We had a conversation with Schaaf after the Android launch, when he talked extensively about the app, and the company's overall strategy and relationship with reddit. You can read that here.