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Kuvva for iPhone﹣the beautiful wallpaper gallery.
Discover new images by exploring the Kuvva collection or by checking out our featured artists. If you like an image, preview it as your lock screen or homepage. Love the image? Download it to your iPhone photo album and set it as your lock or home screen. You can share the images you really love using Twitter and Facebook.
Kuvva carefully curates its collection of images to ensure the highest quality possible. Each week we add one featured artist, as well as the work of another artist. Plenty to choose from.
• Weekly featured artist and image sets
• Explore our collection of top notch photographers and illustrators
• Preview images as your lock or home screen before downloading
• Favorite an artist's work and build your own collection
• Connect with the Desktop app using a free Kuvva account
• iPhone 5 and iOS 6 ready
• Share images with friends
Download the images you love, share them with friends, and discover creativity.
What's New in Version 1.2
• New: preference to disable automatic creation of a Kuvva album (only on iOS 6)
• Fix: problem related to iOS 5
• Fix: various small problems
The images in this app are pretty neat. That being said, everything else is a pain. I can't save images (without making an account I believe) so that defeats the purpose of the app in itself. I can't zoom in or out so some images don't fully load. Can't search for images. They're all categorized into "Popular" and "Explore", and that's it. There's also only a handful of images. While skimming through, I went through all of them in like 15 min. There are better apps for this kind of thing. I don't recommend it at all.
No auto display / auto update
I love the app on my computer. This is different: you download the images to your camera roll and then you have to choose to display single images using the settings on your phone, as you would for any photo. But the app does not auto load or stream the images for you (on a daily basis, say) as it does on the computer version. This limits its interest for me. More hassle. Same great art, though. If it auto refreshed it would be awesome.
This is nice way of getting access to a large number of great images. Use as backgrounds on Facebook or Twitter, or your own desktop background. Images range from regular landscapes to very artsy works. It's all about what you feel like displaying. Highly recommended!