EyeEm
EyeEm, the mobile photo-sharing service that has managed to break out of the ‘Instagram clone’ bracket to find its own community of keen amateur and semi-pro photographers, has today launched a complete redesign of its Android app. The reworked app removes a lot of the text that cluttered the previous interface. The emphasis here is on photos, with endlessly-scrolling feeds of thumbnails that when tapped expand to reveal the full photo with minimal clutter. Speed is also improved, with background loading of images so that they open as quickly as possible, and offline caching of uploads, comments and likes, so…

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