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A Breath of Fresh Air!
In the sea of apps available today, it’s next to impossible to find anything useful that’s truly free. It is so frustrating to spend time and energy looking for useful tools, only to find out it’s ultimately going to cost you something. I think we’ve all become suspicious of everything that claims to be “free.” I’ve been using this app for months and have been pleasantly surprised to find Unsplash is truly free! I’ve been waiting to see if it’s going to cost me my time, sanity or worse with obnoxious ads and pop ups I can’t seem to avoid. I don’t know how they do it, but Unsplash has not cost me a thing and I have enjoyed so many amazing images from amazing artists! I am so pleasantly surprised! All they ask is to consider dropping a quick thank you to the artist if you download one of their images. There’s no bait and switch. Not even an expiring free trial period surprise, I still can’t believe it. I feel bad that I haven’t sent any messages of thanks so I’m writing this as a huge thank you to the creators of this app and it’s artists! Keep it up!
Great Site, App could use some features
Let me start off by saying I LOVE Unsplash. It’s by far the greatest space to share and get inspiration. It’s honestly amazing. Because the site is so amazing though, it has me missing features that are not in the app yet. Things like the section that shows posts from people I follow, having the collections in the app match the current featured ones on the site (wallpapers is one that’s always featured, but rarely matches the wallpapers collection on the site), and notifications for when people like your photos (which is often how I find out I’ve been featured on the homepage). Again I love Unsplash and highly recommend it to everyone, I just wish the iPad app was a little more feature matched to the web page.
Really cool app
This app is kinda epic haha. It’s really awesome because of the beautiful pictures it has on its platform and most of them I’ve never seen before. The only thing I don’t like is that there’s only one way to view photos and that’s very big in a vertical carousel. I don’t love it. I hope soon there’s an option to change it so we can zoom out. I understand it’s modern and also helps us focus on one picture at a time, but I do need the pictures to be a bit smaller (although it is a cool way to check them out one by one.)
Just thought you should know......
I really LOVE UNSPLASH!! It truly is way better than any other site in its same category and it literally has ANYTHING you might be looking. As a content creator and digital artist I use the app everyday. It has brought so much inspiration to my work and has allowed me to go much further than I ever anticipated. So thank you for that!!! I would recommend this app to anyone and I’ll never stop using it!! That being said, in the past couple of weeks I have had trouble with the app crashing and there seems to be a lot of lag when scrolling. I’ve never had any problems with it before now which is why I am confident that it is only a temporary problem. In fact I wasn’t even sure you were aware of it so that’s the only reason I am saying anything about it. Just thought you should know. Again, this doesn’t keep me from using the app. It’s just a little annoying when I find something I’ve been looking for and the app crashes right before I can save it. Thank you again for making such a great app and I know these concerns will be cleared up in no time!
2020 review: Don’t really understand about this “brand” nonsense—just a sneaky form of advertising. I will tell you I hate all forms of ads and brands and ignore them completely. Such a complete waste of my time to have to view this junk. I still like the quality selection of free photos though—it’s easy to view, Like, and add to my collections. It’s also nice for getting ideas for my own digital photography. Unsplash on the web: Ads interspersed with photos are super-annoying (hate ads [“brands” or whatever you call them])—the price we have to pay for “free” photos. However, these are user-submitted and I really resent being forced to see stupid ads when I’m browsing. Please don’t go the Pinterest route!
Love this app!!!
There are so many apps out there that say that they have “free pictures”, but in my personal experience they have some type of subscription. Not with this app! The simplicity is simply breathtaking, and all of the pictures are wonderfully shot. And, of course, everything is truly free. If you do use these pictures, please credit the photographer and Unsplash because this app is amazing. There are no obnoxious ads asking you to buy this or subscribe to that. The only thing I would want is to be able to like people’s pictures. Definitely an 11/10.
This site it an excellent means for anyone looking for free photos that are high quality. One thing that I really appreciate about Unsplash is that they have very professional, high quality photos that come from many different photographers. As a photographer myself, I find it very fun to post my work to Unsplash because the stats just explode. This site will help you get a great portfolio started and will also help you decipher what is commonly wanted by the public when it comes to styles and composition. Great site for both the consumer and the producer.
This app is so simple but so good. Everything about it is enjoyable and the pictures are exactly what I am looking for even if I didn’t think I was originally. Upon my initial opening the sleekness of the design shocked me, and then I realized it was the one I needed in my life..forever. All the pictures are very hd and you can simply save it with no hassle. Will be using this for all my future wallpaper needs. I never write reviews but this one...she was different. Truly a TEN/TEN. I would have done that in numbers but this app deserved the capital letters of endearment.
Great photo app!
There’s an endless amount of photos on Unsplash. You can do whatever you want with all the photos on there, they’re free. You can also just enjoy the app and the photos, taking virtual journeys around the globe. There’s much to love about this app, and all the photographers that are contributing to it. Current version (1.6.2) got a nasty bug, when you’re browsing someone’s “portfolio”, and you touch around the lower left area of a thumbnail to enlarge it, the app will _always_ crash. iPad Pro 10.5”, iOS 12.4.
Missing Something ?
Look, I like this app/site but I have noticed that on this app; when you’re logged in you can still access your likes and collections yet it is NOT possible to actually like/add photos to your collections? However on the website you can most definitely “like” photos yet for some bizarre reason it appears to only be possible to download images and not “like” them. I was hoping it would be addressed in the latest update, but alas it was not.
Invasive access to personal photos
When I’m trying to “save” photos from the app into my phone, the app requires me to give it access to “read” and see all of my existing personal photos as well, instead of asking only for permission for “adding” or saving new photos. Any app like this, with internet access and also with access to read all existing personal photos, can easily upload in the background all our personal photos to its developers, without the user knowing anything about it. An app like this, which is designed for finding and saving images, should not ask to be given “read“ access to all our personal photos.
Good app; would like to see a sign-in/save photos option
I love the unsplash platform and use it frequently. I was excited to download this app and have better access to beautiful images. It’s easy to navigate and downloading images is a breeze. The only thing that is lacking is a way to sign-in to our unsplash account and save photos for later use (like we can on the website) instead of immediately downloading them. Other than that, though, I’m excited about this app!
AppleTV App Feedback:
Hi Unsplash team! I’m an avid user + contributor on the platform and I have two functionality recommendations for the AppleTV application. 1. Make the Unsplash logo rotate around to each corner of the display when the image changes to reduce burn in risk on OLED TVs! Right now I don’t feel comfortable having it open for more than an hour or two at a time. 2. Sign in on AppleTV so we can select our own collections to play! Thank you for all that you do!
Only thing that’s missing
Only thing I can find that’s missing is being able to view the photos metadata. This can be super useful when trying to learn from other photographers. Maybe when you’re viewing a photo you could swipe up to view more information about it, this would be in line with other design patterns, and swiping up isn’t currently used for anything else.
I cant even say how I found you but holy cow!!!! Who takes these amazing photos and lets me love them for free??? I’d. Love to know more about the artist that shot these.....I must say I surprised myself at how many pictures I knew just what they were and instantly knew what it was that made the photo worth it. I’m a 70 year old gramma and other than my kids and 5 granddaughters .....not many things stir me like these. Thank You......Linda🌟
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