Dribbble's official app for iPhone and iPad. Discover and follow the world's best designers. Browse and curate amazing design work faster and easier.
- Universal App + Apple TV app!
- Easy access to your profile, likes, and bucket collections
- Message other designers and teams
- View the latest job listings
- Upload new Shots via your device's Camera or Camera Roll
- 3D touch to get a closer look at any Shot from a feed
- Auto-animating GIFs in feeds
- Search for inspiration by keyword or tag
- Split screen support in iPad
- Share extension allows you to share to Dribbble from your favourite design tools
- Launch the app directly from Dribbble links, then use Handoff to view on your desktop
- Spotlight Search designer profiles and content from your device's home screen
Founded in 2009, Dribbble has grown to become the premier community for discovering and connecting with designers around the globe. Our mission is to help the world’s design talent share their creations and get hired. Illustrators, icon artists, typographers, graphic designers, logo designers, web designers, and other creative types share their work, process, and current projects.
- Sunsetting iOS app notification
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
My First Review Ever
As the title states this is the first review I’ve ever written, I’ve been using Apple products since 1992 and felt that I owed someone somewhere a review. Out of all the products I use, the social media that I refuse to participate in, and the very little time I have to review anything, I must, as a moral imperative, give dribbble a shout-out! Calling this design platform social media respectful, loyal, or otherwise honest and candid would be an understatement, dribbble is the true definition of what and how a platform such as theirs should act.
I love Dribbble, but...
I love Dribbble. I use it almost every day. The problem I run into with the app is that it’s not nearly as useful as the desktop or even the mobile site. The desktop site has the ability to view up to 6 “shots” or thumbnails per row along with the ability to filter those results by animation, branding, etc. The mobile site has all of the same capabilities as the desktop site. The only difference is that you can only view two “shots” or thumbnails per row. I understand there’s less real estate on a phone and it only effects the time to find the shot you are searching for, not usability. The app is a different story. You can only look at one shot at a time, and the search results can’t be filtered at all. Again, I love Dribbble, and I use it every day. I’ve never reviewed an app before. Hopefully something is eventually done to make the app’s UI as user friendly as the Mobile site or even the Desktop.
There are a few features that are accessible for when I use Dribbble on my desktop but it’s not the same as when I’m on the mobile app. For example, I can’t find the option to change my profile or edit my shots. I also wish it was easier to access my bio! The icon is a bit too tiny for me and I think may be better to make it bigger or to put it as an option in the lower bar? But the main features I’ve seen on the desktop are still on the mobile version (ie. Upload, newsfeed, view people’s profiles, job hiring, etc).
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.