Aamora Featured on New iPhone app!

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There’s no getting around the fact that more and more people are viewing and creating photographs on their iPhones. For those of you who do — a new app for both iPhone and iPad called Photoverse helps keep track of what’s happening, what’s available, what’s hot in the world of online photography. The second version – 1.2 – is out today. And we’re proud to announce….. they’re featuring aamora!!

If you want to know more about Photoverse, you can check out their Facebook page. And if you want to download the Photoverse app (it’ll cost you 99 cents), go to their website or the App Store at iTunes. BUT get this — ¬†for the first 5 people who ask in the comments section below, we will email you a coupon so you can download for FREE !

With Photoverse on your iPhone or iPad, you can check out what’s featured – like aamora, for instance – and recent photo news, and what photo blogs are worth following — like aamora, for instance! As you can see from the screen shot to the right, you have buttons at the bottom for “Most Recent”, “News”, “Blog” and “More”.


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You can publish to Facebook or Twitter directly from Photoverse:

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And we even made a new aamora logo for Photoverse. So, if you have an iPhone or iPad, download Photoverse (don’t forget to ask for one of our 5 free coupons!). Then go to the “Featured” tab at the bottom of your screen, scroll down to “Featured Artists” and look for our logo:

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You just click on it and there we are!

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7 thoughts on “Aamora Featured on New iPhone app!”

  1. The benefit of this to aamora members and guests, of course, is that it increases the audience that can see your work here, whether you own an iPhone or iPad or not. All you need is a camera and a computer to participate fully on aamora. And we keep working to expand the opportunities for people anywhere in the world on all sorts of platforms to see what you do here.

  2. I was considering getting an iPhone now that they are finally willing to allow Verizon to get in on AT&T’s monopoly, but then Verizon told me I couldn’t bundle my iPhone with their high speed internet and cable so I shall remain with my TracFone for the time being. It does not have a camera (or texting…or wifi) which is fine by me.

    But I digress from the reason I’m typing this. Kudos to Aaron and anyone else responsible for this aamora upgrade.

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