DailyArt 12+

Daily Dose of Art History

Zuzanna Stanska

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 29K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


DailyArt is the #1 app to learn about art history. Every day, get inspired by beautiful classic, modern, and contemporary art masterpieces and read short stories about them. Join the community of art lovers for whom DailyArt is something that enlightens their day, every day. For free!

Do you want to know why van Gogh cut off his ear? Find out who "invented" abstraction? Learn more about women artists forgotten by art history? Open DailyArt and find out!

Download the app to:
- Every day, get one piece of fine art with a short story about it,
- Explore the collection of more than 4000 masterpieces,
- Read 1200 artist biographies and information about 600 museum collections,
- Explore carefully curated Collections and artsy City Guides,
- Browse everything with our advanced search engine,
- Use it in 23 languages!
- Join DailyArt Patron, a club for art history enthusiasts.

- Add masterpieces to your favorites,
- Share everything with your family and friends,
- Subscribe to receive everyday features as push notifications,
- Use beautiful widgets,
- If your language is not supported, use the translate button to read everything in it."
- Set up your account and use DailyArt on multiple devices your phones, tablets, iWatches,
- Use in either dark or light mode,
- And what's most important: enjoy art!

Learn something new about art every day—you just need two minutes of your time. Get your daily dose of beauty and inspiration for free.

Loved by the users and praised by the App Store and international media, DailyArt is a must-have for all art lovers!

If you love DailyArt, get DailyArt Premium! Learn about art history with no ads and get full access to the entire content.

What’s New

Version 5.0.5

Time for some improvements:
- visual fixes
- bug fixes on favorites
Thank you for your patience!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
29K Ratings

29K Ratings

Ethan, SPT ,

Perfect for beginners

I have been using DailyArt for 4 years years now, since I was a sophomore in college. Before that, I didn’t have much experience in the art realm as far as history went. I mainly knew that I had an ability to appreciate art, that it made me happy to look at and analyze a piece, and that it made me think critically about something other than school which I have appreciated ever since downloading this app. DailyArt curates works everyday so that I don’t have to go out looking on my own and they have introduced me to so many artists I wouldn’t have otherwise stumbled upon. This app has become my escape from the busy life as a student now in a doctoral program, allowing me to slip away into the wonderful world of art and push the stress of exams, deadlines, etc away even if it is just for a moment. I highly recommend this app to any beginner (and seasoned art connoisseur as well) wanting to learn about art from around the world and establish a solid base. The diversity of works presented allows you to develop your own tastes so that you can go out and research your preferred style even more. It has become part of my daily routine and I recommend reading the daily work over breakfast with a warm cup of coffee and a pastry😁

hotburger ,

First bug problem encountered

I love this app, especially the widget options. I have this on a page of my phone along with a smaller widget of zen quotes. The app has taught me so much about art, and I love that we also get snippets of the artist’s life which give so much more color to the artwork. I have discovered quite a few instantly favorite artists (Joaquin Sorolla) and I do enjoy the days that show more diversity in art. For what the developers are currently able to manage art history-wise, I’m satisfied.

I’ve had this app over a year and have just encountered my first issue with it - the widget no longer refreshes daily. It is stuck on the previous day’s art until I open the app, let it refresh, then close out. After that, the widget shows the current day’s art. If I don’t open the app, it will stay stuck on that day’s art for days until opened again.

Miraculous Journey of Ed T ,

Great app! Could use more diversity!

The app is great! You get a short readable blurb every day to learn about art pieces. They also provide “extra-curricular” readings at the end of every day’s blurb if you want more information and art for the day! In addition, there are information on art movements and artist biography.
However, as some have pointed out, there lacks diversity. Most of the art is Eurocentric with occasional scatterings of Japanese artwork. Very rarely do we get anything outside of that. The information and descriptions for non-European art is usually shorter too. It might be because staff have studied mostly European art and I’m very glad that the creator had the passion to make this app in the first place to share art with everyone. But, there is so much cool and interesting art from other parts of the world that rarely ever get spotlight in art mentionings (outside of this app). It’s just so much untapped potential I would love to see Daily Art tap into more! I do appreciate that they are offering more language options though!

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