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Glass on iPad#38

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The thought of seeing these beautiful photos in a mosaic grid on giant iPad screen.

5 months ago
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I’d really like this too and since Glass doesn’t seem to focus unnecessarily on the current moment. It’s nice to think of it as a place to share beautiful things on a beautiful device after you focus on the moment.

5 months ago
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This is one of the biggest things Instagram did wrong. The iPad is not a fad, make a native app for it, please.

5 months ago
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I completely agree. We want to view photos in full size in a big, nice display. I understand starting small with the iPhone but an iPad app is needed!

5 months ago
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Being a photographer that edits on an ipad it would be great to have a native app to upload and view other photos on Glass.

5 months ago
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Completely agree. I used my iPad for photography. Full size photos on an iPad is a match made in heaven.

5 months ago
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The lack of an ipad app is why I never joined Instagram- I don’t have good enough vision to appreciate photos on tiny phone screen. Very disappointing they are trying to duplicate the worst Instagram
‘Features’ - I have ove 200 apps and not one other app tries the 2007 “iPhone app on ipad” nonsense (even the .99 cent apps work correct on my ipad - I’m going to pay $5/mo for app that claims to be about photos but is only on tiny screen?).

5 months ago
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I completely agree. I do most of my viewing and editing on my iPad … a fully functioning iPad app would be a game changer.

5 months ago
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+1 for this!

One of the many annoying things about Insta was the lack of iPad app 😔

5 months ago
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Changed the title from "An iPad app" to "Glass on iPad"
5 months ago
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Merged iPad UI#177
5 months ago
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Merged IPad support#178
5 months ago
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My iPad is my best device for enjoying photography. Until Glass supports the iPad with a native app I won’t take it seriously.

5 months ago
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Merged Formatting issues#117
4 months ago

My iPad Pro is core to my photo workflow when I am away from home, and is central to my photography viewing evverywhere. An iPad app should be relatively straightforward now that you have such a wonderful start on iOS.

4 months ago
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Merged IPad#226
4 months ago
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An iPad version has a bunch of benefits:

  • users tend to see lack of iPad support as an ommission, rather iPad support as a bonus.
  • bigger viewing of images with less zooming
  • iPad better matches browsing-on-the-couch while iPhone better matches fleeting glances at chats and news. The difference between coffee table books and notifications.
  • 2020 sales: 200M iPhones versus 70M iPads. The iPad market seems to be growing relative to the iPhone market. And photographers are probably more iPad minded than the total market.
  • iPad support is a stepping stone towards future MacBook support. Since Apple’s SwiftUI technology, you can get close to writing one app for iPhone/iPad/Mac.
4 months ago
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