Unsplash, the apparent database of stock images chosen by Silicon Valley companies, is launching an iOS application for creators and amateurs to browse high-quality photo catalogs for use in a creative project or any other personal use. Today's launch is Unsplash's third entry into applications: it launched a macOS application last year designed solely to rotate funds on a Mac computer, and a similar application for Apple TV in 2016.
The new mobile application is optimized for be better used with an iPad: users can drag the photos they like to the lower left corner to download the image, or use the multiple screens mode to place the image in a project file they are working on. Unsplash fills your database with stock images from a community of photographers who want to license their photos for free. Users can search for images by keywords or formats, such as "iPhone backgrounds" or "wallpapers."
In recent years, Unsplash has partnered with several major technology names, including Google for the live cases of Pixel & # 39; s Artworks. , but he is best known for collaborating with Apple on some of the images he may have seen in the product lists and in the "Shooting with iPhone" campaign. Bloggers and designers have been able to use sites like Shopify & # 39; s Burst for free images, although they are generally oriented towards marketing uses, while Unsplash offers options for those who just want to browse through a nice photograph to use it as a background. desktop / home page or lock screen. .
The unsplash story of working with Apple means that an Android version of their apps will still not be available, although in the meantime, it currently offers a Google Chrome extension to beautify browser tabs.