Earlier this year, Getty Images launched a feature allowing users to share and embed images from its collection for non-commercial use on social media and websites. Now, the popular stock photo agency has released a new iOS app that promotes this feature as well as making said collection easily available for mobile users.
Called Getty Images Stream, the app lets you search for specific images using keywords or browse streams of visual content across different categories, including latest, news, entertainment, sports, and archival.
True to its name, the app also lets you stream slideshows of any stream or search results on Apple TV via AirPlay.
While images may not be saved to camera roll, they can be shared via text, email, Facebook, and Twitter, and can be embedded in a website by copying their embed codes.
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