500px Returns to App Store With Ability to Report Photos

Posted January 29, 2013 at 5:09pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5541 views

500px has returned to the App Store after being pulled by Apple due to nude photos. The new version adds a 'Report This Photo' button to let users report a photo they believe to be inappropriate.

500px is a premium photo sharing platform for aspiring and professional photographers. From portraits to landscapes, wildlife to still life, concrete jungle to abstract art; our community constantly pushes the boundaries of the craft.

Features:
• A world of incredible images in your pocket: the greatest photos, anywhere.
• Stay up to date on your friends' activity using Flow, now available for the first time on a mobile device (iPhone only).
• Browse through our incredible community-selected galleries and our editors' curated selections.
• Interact with the community by commenting on photos, liking them, or adding them to your favorites for later viewing.
• Receive notifications when the community members interact with you and your photos.
• Purchase and download gorgeous high-resolution digital versions of your favorite photos on the 500px Market (iPad only).

What's New In This Version:
• Fixes an issue that would redirect a user after logging in
• Fixes an issue that resulted in partially downloaded photos
• Added "Report this photo" button (Tap the details icon on a photo and scroll to the bottom)

You can download 500px from the App Store for free.

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