Hipstamatic's lifestyle magazine for iPad featuring photographs taken with the app, tips for shooting with it and more is now also available for iPhone and on the web.
Social sharing features have also been added to Snap's iPad and iPhone apps for sharing to Facebook and Twitter, and web readers of the magazine can share their favorite stories via Facebook, Twitter and Pintrest.
The latest issue of Snap, a combined November/December offering, is now available.
Full Press Release
Hipstamatic Brings its iPad Magazine, Snap, to the iPhone and Web
Hipstamatic Answers Community Demand by Extending Presence of Magazine; Adds New Features Including Sharing to Social Networks
November 26, 2012—Today, Hipstamatic is bringing its popular, free iPad magazine, Snap, to iPhone and Web users. Anyone with an iPhone can now download the Snap magazine app, and every issue is available to read in its entirety at Snapm.ag. The Snap iPhone and iPad magazine apps include sharing to Twitter and Facebook, and Snapm.ag features sharing to Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
“We’re really excited about how our community has embraced Snap,” said Lucas Buick, CEO and co-founder, Hipstamatic. “Bringing Snap to iPhone users, as well as everyone on the Web, means more people see how talented our Hipstamatic community is, and the incredible moments being captured. The creativity of our community continues to floor me every day.”
Snap, which is currently being featured in Apple’s latest iPad billboard campaigns around the world, was launched earlier this year and is a free magazine exploring artists, trends and tastemakers that span industries and mediums, continents and languages, philosophies and backgrounds. Snap is packed with passionate content, and provides Hipstamatic users with an opportunity to have their work featured in a beautiful, cohesive format. The full list of updated features includes:
Snap for iPhone and iPad
- Support for zooming
- Share your favorite articles to Facebook, Twitter, or via Email/SMS (requires iOS 6)
- Archive issues via tap-and-hold
- Page flipping performance improvements
Snap for Web
- New website where each issue can be read in its entirety
- Easy sharing to Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest
Snap’s latest issue, the “Wrap Up” issue, is out now on iPad, iPhone and the Web.
With inspiring photography and compelling editorial, Snap is a vibrant way of life. The trends, artists, and tastemakers within its pages span industries and mediums, continents and languages, philosophies and backgrounds. Snap showcases the driving forces behind global culture, and explores provocative new ways to interpret the beauty around us.
Hipstamatic is a photography company aiming to inspire the world to live more beautifully and creatively. Through a variety of offerings, including Hipstamatic, IncrediBooth, SwankoLab for iPhone, and Snap magazine, Hipstamatic encourages its community to tap into their inner artists and use photography as a gateway back to creativity.
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