Imagine if every photo you saw could be used freely for anything. No watermarks. No red tape. With the Unsplash app, that’s exactly what you get.
Find the perfect photo for your next project; whether it’s a term paper, a blog post, a presentation, or photo editing.
“The web’s premier free photo library”—WIRED
“One of the greatest resources.”—Forbes
“Simple, useful.”—The Next Web
Beautiful free photos
Search over 450,000 beautiful free high-res photos that you can save and use for anything. Every photo is licensed under the Unsplash License, which allows for both personal and commercial use, so you can focus on creating.
Drag and Drop
Unsplash takes advantage of drag and drop on iPad. Once you find a photo you want to use, drag it to any app that supports drag and drop, like Keynote, Pages, and Notes.
We also made it fun to download a photo to your Photo Library: just drag and drop it to the bottom left corner. This works on iPhone too.
Make something awesome
Embellish your term paper, nail that perfect presentation, find the perfect image for your next blog post, catch eyes on social media, unleash your creativity remixing photos.
We built Unsplash as a way to empower creativity by sharing copyright-free photography. Today, Unsplash hosts some of the world’s most widely-seen photos, contributed by a community of some of the most talented (and most generous) creators in the world. Curiosity piqued? Come contribute a shot, or spend some time browsing. Make something awesome at https://unsplash.com.
In this version, we added photographer profiles. It brings a whole new way to browse so you can see more photos than ever before. Tap a photographer’s name to view their photos. We spent a lot of time on the custom transitions, for your retinas’ pleasure.
When I see the number 23, I always think about Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player of all time. A more contemporary reference would be LeBron James, the greatest basketball player of the current time. He is an incredible athlete. At 33 years old, an old age for professional athletes, he's never played better.
Why am I talking about 23? Because this version's build number was supposed to be 23. But a last-minute improvement got added, and we had to bump the build number to 24.
Fortunately, Kobe Bryant wore number 24, so we can still keep the basketball reference. Kobe also happens to be my favorite basketball player. And since we’re speaking of jersey numbers, he’s the only player to have two jersey numbers retired by the same team.
So here’s to release number 23 and 24, Michael Jordan, LeBron James, and Kobe Bryant!
启用“家人共享”后，此 App 最多可供 6 名家庭成员使用。