iOS Apps

dash.up for Tumblr released for iOS

gr3p.labs today announces dash.up for Tumblr 1.1, the first major update to its social networking client for iOS devices. With a strong focus on usability and design, the user can navigate clearly and smoothly through all his favorite tumblelogs while he posts pictures and text. Besides improving dash.up’s performance, increasing the application’s support for retina devices and thanks to the user’s feedback, gr3p.labs has already added new functionalities.

This app retails for $0.99/£0.69 and you can pick it up here.


dash.up is a Tumblr client for iPhone and iPod touch with a strong focus on usability and design. With this application, the user will navigate clearly and smoothly through all his favorite tumblelogs while he posts pictures and text. All from his cellphone, anywhere in the world, and with a really handsome and praised interface. One of the main ideas in making dash.up has been to create a fresh experience, not a dull looking app that might bore to the death.

Usually, when a user starts following too many people in a social network he reaches an information overload state and ends up being bombarded with all sorts of data he just doesn’t cares. With this new application, the user will have a very organized layout of both his dashboard and his personal blogs: and thanks to the colorful yet simple interface, it will be really easy for him to see only what he wants to see.




But Tumblr is not only a social network, it’s one of the most popular and growing blogging platforms out there today. In dash.up our users can post anything: from photos, audios and videos to links, quotes, conversations and text, the whole deal. The core Tumblr experience is about being creative, and this is exactly what dash.up is all about.

Some of dash.up’s functionalities:
* Post any type of content
* Edit and delete your own posts
* Intuitive navigation through all your blogs
* Share everything with Twitter and Facebook
* Send posts to Read It Later and Instapaper
* Full Gif support
* See a post’s notes

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