Yes folks, it has finally happened…popular quick-blogging service Tumblr has outed a significant update to its iOS app which sees the service go entirely native on the iPhone and iPod Touch (but not iPad). Tumblr 3.2 has a raft of cool changes but, chiefly, it features a says redesigned central Dashboard, which now hosts larger photos and, the company says, it will allow posts to load faster. The changes build on the last update, which brought improved content discovery and sharing to iOS devices in September. Other changes, including new notifications, auto-playing GIFs, updated swipe gestures and more are detailed on the app’s iTunes page (via Tumblr goes ‘native’ on iOS with redesigned app featuring new dashboard, notifications and more - The Next Web)

Yes folks, it has finally happened…popular quick-blogging service Tumblr has outed a significant update to its iOS app which sees the service go entirely native on the iPhone and iPod Touch (but not iPad). Tumblr 3.2 has a raft of cool changes but, chiefly, it features a says redesigned central Dashboard, which now hosts larger photos and, the company says, it will allow posts to load faster. The changes build on the last update, which brought improved content discovery and sharing to iOS devices in September. Other changes, including new notifications, auto-playing GIFs, updated swipe gestures and more are detailed on the app’s iTunes page (via Tumblr goes ‘native’ on iOS with redesigned app featuring new dashboard, notifications and more - The Next Web)

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