Released for iOS several years ago, Shutterstock is a slick and powerful way to discover stock images on your device. And, in an update today, May 24, the methods of discovery just got even better. You can now perform a reverse search for images in the app by using your camera or a photo from your library.
Point, shoot, and search
Looking for similar images is a snap with Shutterstock. You can take a photo with your camera and then see all related images. Or, if you have one saved to your device, you can use that too. The app pops up many similar photos so you can find the exact one you are searching for.
Browse and discover
The app keeps track of your recently viewed images for quick access and also provides great ways to find something new. Check out featured collections, what’s in the news, or select a specific category. From beauty and fashion to vintage photos, the selection is extensive.
Smooth interface and experience
You can move through the images very easily with simple swipes. You can also pinch to zoom, see more images from that user, create lightboxes to organize photos, and quickly download those you want to keep.
Shutterstock is a handy app for looking for stock images. With a clean interface, tons of images, various ways to search, and high-resolution previews, this is a must-have app for those who work with images.
The update today makes searching even simpler and the app is very responsive to both capturing a shot or using a photo from your library. Shutterstock is designed for iPhone and iPad and is available for free on the App Store.
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