Misc

Pixels.com iPad App

In January of 2013, FineArtAmerica.com launched it’s first iPad app where one could browse through millions of images from the world’s greatest living artists and photographers!  Artists and photographers had the ability to show off their portfolios, collectors could see virtual prints hanging on their walls using the iPad’s built-in camera, and of course preview images images as framed prints, canvas prints, acrylic prints, and more!

With the growing success of the app,  FAA decided this summer to re-launch the iPad App under it’s parent site, Pixels.com, and released brand new features that could keep any art-lover glued to their iPad.  In addition to the advanced high-tech features noted above, users can now take advantage of many social and “behind the scenes” tools you could only access from a computer.

 

iPadAppVersion2-CommentComment on your favorite images, and reply to comments on your own images!

iPadAppVersion2-FollowFollow your favorite artists and photographers, and discover which of your existing Facebook and Twitter friends already use the app!

iPadAppVersion2-FavoriteAdd images to your “favorites” collection for later commenting and purchasing.

iPadAppVersion2-ProfileUpload your headshot, biography, contact information, and more.

iPadAppVersion2-ActivityReceive notifications whenever someone comments on one of your images… or whenever someone you’re following uploads a new image.

iPadAppVersion2-UploadUpload images to your portfolio directly from your iPad or from Dropbox.

The Pixels.com iPad app (http://pixels.com/app) has revolutionized the way that artistic images are discovered, shared, visualized, and purchased. Have a look at our new TV commercial for more information:

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