App To Look For: Behance 3.0

Behance, the official iOS app of the popular creative platform of the same name, has just been updated to version 3.0!

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Released back in December 2011 for iPhone and iPod touch, Behance for iOS has finally gone universal for iPad and iPad mini — the better to see and showcase collections of creative work across the Behance network.

The latest App update to the now universal app also introduces a new iOS 7-inspired design and navigation for both its iPhone and iPad editions.

What’s New in Version 3.0

• Redesigned for iOS7- Updated visual design and added new simplified navigation.
• Behance for iPad – Our app is now universal and optimized for both iPhone and iPad.
• Project Publishing – Create new projects on your iOS device.

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Moreover, Behance 3.0 features the following improvements, with the noteworthy inclusion of support for project creation and changes to Work In Progress publishing.

  • Project Publishing – Create new projects on your iOS device.
  • WIP Publishing Updates – Simplified publishing flow and new camera options.
  • Improved Notifications – All your notifications, in sync, in one place.
  • Improved Project View – Improved loading of images and added sharing of single images.
  • Follow Collections – Added the ability to follow collections.
  • Made performance improvements

Use Behance for iOS to explore millions of projects by the world’s top creative talent wherever you are.

KEY FEATURES

• Search and explore millions of projects on Behance
• Browse the latest activity and new work by Creatives you follow
• Access your profile, collections, and statistics on your work
• Explore the work of creatives from RISD, SVA, LinkedIn, AIGA, AdWeek, and other Schools and Organizations sites powered by Behance
• Browse award-winning “Served” Galleries for Fashion, Typography, Architecture, Photography, Digital Art, and more
• Follow top creatives on Behance and see what they appreciate

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By David Pate, G+ profile.

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