Hooops — a Dribbble app for the iPhone

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August 27, 2013
Hooops — a Dribbble app for the iPhone.

hooopsthumbDribbble doesn't have an official app and that can sometimes be a bummer. Sometimes you're away from the computer and would like to flip through some shots to get some quick inspiration. For those that love the natural, original feel of Dribbble, they fortunately have a responsive site that can be seen on mobile phones.

But if you like something to be downloaded to your phone to access whenever, this may be the solution for you…

Hooops is a brand new Dribbble app made for iOS devices. It claims to be the simplest and most beautiful way to follow and stalk your favorite people on Dribbble. At first glance, it surely is one of the most beautiful apps I've seen. It's a flat color app with a pretty interesting color palette that keeps things fun and light.

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Another great thing about Hooops is it seems to have the full functionality of Dribbble in app form. Some apps, especially those made on the Droid platform, seem to take out a couple of features. But with Hooops you can find shots by all categories, search for people, make comments and so much more.

Most importantly, the Hooops app is a beautiful, wonderfully put together app that's absolutely FREE for iOS devices. Hopefully, they'll soon develop a client for designers who use Android. Rehat Kethuria, did a great job putting this app together for the Dribbble community. Now, go download it and play around with it!

Kendra Gaines

Kendra Gaines is a freelance designer from Virginia, USA. Connect with her.

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