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FRAMES Photography App is Here!

We are extremely proud and happy to announce that after almost one year of hard work of our designer/developer-team, the FRAMES Photography App is now ready for download from the Apple App Store.

Most probably, the most compelling and the most complete photography app on the App Store today, the FRAMES Photography App will not only allow you to share your own work, but also to connect with other like-minded photography enthusiasts and get inspired by following their projects.

You will also have access to photography-related articles, videos and podcast episodes – all of this content being produced and delivered to you by the editorial team of FRAMES Magazine and FRAMES digital photography platform.

The app has been created by genuine photography enthusiasts who care and understand the specifics of image presentation and the needs of serious photography aficionados.

Built-in portfolio and featured-image “limitations” will make you continuously work on improving your photographic skills and carefully curate the work you share with our community.

The app will also let you present your work in series. We know that photographers often prefer to think and work in image sequences, so we have implemented this presentation option directly into the FRAMES Photography App as well.

The Inspiration section of the app will invite you to dive into other photographers’ minds. You will be able to enjoy interviews, book reviews, photo stories and more, wherever you are.

Go ahead and download the iOS version of the FRAMES Photography App to your iPhone today.

Android version of the app will follow very soon.

Comments (33):

  1. chuck

    July 22, 2023 at 13:49

    ipad app please

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    • Baza

      July 23, 2023 at 18:40

      it works on iPad

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      • Tomasz

        July 23, 2023 at 20:24

        Yes, but not natively yet. We will be working on the native iPad version soon.

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        • chuck

          July 23, 2023 at 21:31

          Maybe I will come back to it then.

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      • chuck

        July 23, 2023 at 21:30

        But not well, like instagram, unsatisfactory.

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  2. Richard Young

    August 6, 2023 at 13:20

    Fab! Any plans to have it on a browser (Safari) as is the case with Instagram. I dont tend to upload my images to my phone, I use LightroomC, so need to import them to my phone specially.

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    • Tomasz

      August 7, 2023 at 10:31

      Absolutely. But it will take some time (Instagram introduced their web version after ca. 9-10 years of their existence)! 🙂

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      • Richard Young

        August 7, 2023 at 11:28

        Thanks Tomasz. In the meantime I will figure out how to use LR on my mobile via the cloud.

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  3. Desiree Day

    August 6, 2023 at 17:47

    And will there be an app for Android phones?

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    • Tomasz

      August 7, 2023 at 10:31

      We are working on it as we speak, Desiree.

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      • Desiree D Day

        August 7, 2023 at 15:42

        Thank you Tomasz

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  4. Cam

    September 7, 2023 at 02:09

    How long till android?

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    • Tomasz

      September 12, 2023 at 09:46

      Cam, we are still working on the final touches. I am hoping it is around 2 weeks from now.

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      • Cam

        September 13, 2023 at 02:56

        Omigod!!! So exciting!!!!!

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  5. Nic M

    September 12, 2023 at 17:25

    I will have to wait for the Android version. In the meantime can I get an email when that has launched, please? Thank you.

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  6. John

    September 13, 2023 at 03:37

    Congratulations on the launch of the FRAMES Photography App! It sounds like a fantastic platform for photography enthusiasts. Can’t wait for the Android version!

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  7. Kiran Rawal

    September 21, 2023 at 10:23

    What about the Android users. ??? Why not for them… ???

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    • Tomasz

      September 22, 2023 at 16:23

      Dear Kiran, we are working on the Android version. It is not that easy – especially considering the costs of the development. App sponsorship ideas? I am all ears! 🙂

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  8. Albert

    November 6, 2023 at 07:31

    congratulations on the frames photography. Excited for the android version.

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  9. Kiran Rawal

    November 6, 2023 at 17:16

    Yes very much… where can I download it from ..??

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  10. Wolf

    November 16, 2023 at 17:02

    I am so very ready for a Instagram replacement and this app looks really neat.
    BUT it has to entice more than just photographers for it to be successful. Basically you need to have designers, architects, art buyers to join as well and the only way to achieve that is to make it a more general app. You need the architects to want to share their projects on it, the designers to collect their mood boards and yes that also means you also need people to share their holiday pics and family pics on it…

    Otherwise the risk is that it just becomes another 500px, Flickr, and all those others that failed.

    Just my 2 cents

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    • Tomasz

      November 18, 2023 at 17:54

      Thanks so much for your comment, Wolf. At the moment, we are definitely not looking into creating a “general” app. We concentrate on creating the very best photography-related app out there.

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      • Wolf

        November 18, 2023 at 19:49

        What is the greatest Theatre worth to an Actor if it remains without an audience?

        To create the greatest photography app, you also need a public.

        In other words what is the point of difference to 500px or all the other apps that have never made it due to the same “short circuit” error?

        Sorry if I’m poking a bit harder and asking uncomfortable questions, but personally I desperately want us all to move away from Instagram and I really want this project to succeed.

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        • Tomasz

          November 18, 2023 at 19:54

          That’s exactly the plan, Wolf! The audience is growing. I definitely don’t want the FRAMES app to become “another Instagram”. Less users, but more valuable users. That’s what we would like to achieve.

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          • Wolf

            November 19, 2023 at 06:41

            See my original message: You are missing my point – of course I don’t want gym bunnies on my stream.

            But I do want architects, designers, art buyers, and when I say art buyers I mean people with money buying art as well as the professional art buyers in agencies.

            And they aren’t going to be on Frames if the app isn’t for them.

            So how are you going to strike that balance and not become another 500px, flickr, VSCO, and so on etc?

            Why should I as an person who may be interested in buying art, (but doesn’t know it yet) join Frames …

          • Wolf

            November 19, 2023 at 06:49

            See my original message: You are missing my point – of course I don’t want gym bunnies on my stream. But even if there are too many of those they don’t appear on my IG either.

            But I do want architects, designers, art buyers, and when I say art buyers I mean people with money buying art as well as the professional art buyers in agencies.

            And they aren’t going to be on Frames if the app isn’t for them.

            So how are you going to strike that balance and not become another 500px, flickr, VSCO, and so on etc?

            There was a period when IG did strike a balance or at least where it wasn’t so bad and those good bits need to be integrated.

            In IG I am connected to my clients, and my suppliers and publishers and so on.. And those need to be in Frames too!

            Why should I as an person who may be interested in buying art, (but doesn’t know it yet) join Frames … that’s the key question.

            There is a balance but you do have to be broader than just being an app for photography. You also need to embrace painters, sketchers, and arts and crafts as well as people who just use it for fun without the protein shakes though with the surfers and skiers and other athletes who also may need a pro photography.

        • Cameron

          November 18, 2023 at 20:19

          Instagram is a sea of irrelevance.

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          • Wolf

            November 19, 2023 at 06:53

            Cameron that’s a pretty self conscious comment. I mean clearly Instagram has become a terrible place to be. But unfortunately it is still very relevant because there isn’t a different place where both clients, artists, publishers and suppliers can mingle on a single platform.

            I’m personally just as, if not more interested in the latest work of my clients than I am of other photographers.

            Frankly if I want inspiration in Photography I buy a Book.

          • Cameron

            November 19, 2023 at 19:29

            It could be a self-conscious take if the opinion was coming from someone who has instagram.

            Maybe my opinion is a bit over-stated?

  11. Davis Luci

    November 18, 2023 at 08:54

    Thank you for giving us an amazing Photography App. I’m gonna try it

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  12. Cameron

    November 18, 2023 at 19:52

    I know this is my second time bringing up the Android version, but I am really excited for the Android version!

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    • Tomasz

      November 18, 2023 at 19:57

      We are still working on some issues and headaches Google are giving us on finalising the Android version. I am hoping for this work being concluded as soon as possible.

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  13. Cameron

    November 18, 2023 at 20:06

    Stoopid Google.

    Reply

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