Dribbble for Android

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#3 Product of the DayJuly 19, 2018

Dribbble's official app for Android. Discover and follow the world's best designers. Browse and curate amazing design work faster and easier.

Reviews

  • Guillaume ParraUX & UI Designer, FACEIT LTD
    Pros: 

    User Friendly, Minimalist and Clean

    Cons: 

    Not really

    I love it, this is what I expected from my favorite website

    Guillaume Parra has used this product for one month.
  • Vikas Raj YadavUX/UI Designer who can code.
    Pros: 

    Finally for android.

    Cons: 

    Not able to find yet.

    It's finally came on android. I don't know why organizations take android secondary. Waiting from a long time. I'm glad it's here.

    Vikas Raj Yadav has used this product for one day.

Discussion

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Josh McCray@thejmccray · Lead Web Designer @ Jockey
I'm not an Android user so I've been enjoying the iOS version of the app for awhile now. This looks fantastic though!
Thibaut Collette@thibautcollette · Product Manager
I've been using @mathieumaree's app for years now! It was the best Dribbble Android client by far. This new official version is even better. Love you guys!
Elie@haykalelie · Creator behind CineTrak
Congrats on the launch!
Sazzad Hossain@iamshipon1988 · UX Manager, Gravit GmbH
Honestly, it's a bit late to the market. I think the next major focus for the dribbble team would be to focus more on their landing page. Make it easier for users to find the content and inspiration they need, along with features they have been requesting for years.
Melanie Fisher-WellmanHiring@melanie_fisherwellman · Co-founder & CD, Boostopia
Love how clean and simple it is. I might browse Dribbble more often now that it's on my phone – like a more design-focused Pinterest! I was very surprised there wasn't an official app already. It would be nice to have an exit button on the 'Upload a Shot' page (looks like the only way to exit is the native Android back button). Looking forward to using it more!