Explore the world through captivating visual stories by award-winning Reuters photojournalists.
This immersive app for iPad reimagines news photography to bring images and information to life. Winner of 30 awards for innovation, photojournalism and design. iTunes Editors Choice.
DISCOVER WHAT MATTERS
Uncover stories, people and places you never knew existed. New visual reports added daily.
LEAN IN AND LEARN
Get more context on every story - interact with image sequences, read expanded facts, swipe between the before and after, hear words and sounds.
MEET THE STORYTELLERS
Get to know the photographers with behind the scenes images and insights. Follow your favorites to see new work as it is added.
SHOW AND TELL
Enjoy stunning photojournalism on your television for all to see via Apple TV. Share stories with confidence they look great on any device.
- We’ve upgraded our story credits to better give credit where it is due.
- We’ve fixed some minor bugs and improved compatibility to improve your Wider Image experience
Ratings and Reviews
Firstly, I never write reviews, for anything. Ever. But I'm so impressed by this app that I thought it deserved it.
I actually stumbled across this accidentally whilst looking for a Reuters News app and I'm glad I did. When you first launch the app you're faced with a scrolling screen of pictures which you can tap on, this 'melts' into the actual story, with further pictures which you can again tap on to enlarge. Within each story there's links to a short biography of the photojournalist (with more of their work) and also places mentioned. Clicking on the 'places' brings up a pie chart showing further info, ie: population, GDP, life expectancy ect.
As mentioned by other reviewers, all pics were taken using Canon cameras. I'm also a Nikon user, but don't care what instrument was used, especially when they're this good.
Both the pictures and accompanying story are of a very high standard and, again mentioned by another reviewer, bring a definite sense of culture to your ipad.
I would quite happily pay for this app, it's very, very good. The look is very minimalist but suits very well. This is photojournalism of the highest calibre. Do yourself a favour a get it. It's free!!!
Possibly the best app ever
This app is brilliant. I have over 150 apps on the ipad and this one is the first I've written a review for . The user interface is perfectly designed allowing you to immerse yourself into each photo , which then has the news report embedded within....it's so well created , you can see how much effort and time has gone into making the app. I love photography, but it's not just a load of pics...it's news from all over the world made engaging and so beautifully presented. Seriously , this app really is what the ipad was made for. In one word I'd say - Frikkinawesome. Download NOW.
The finest app of its kind
This is the best photography news app that I have downloaded. The quality of the content is to a very high standard, and the variety and difference in how it is presented can be ingeniously done, as is the ability to save and check your favourites. The demographic information is an added bonus, and comparing two countries along several variables is quick easy and slick. I really cannot recommend this highly enough - I learn so much about the world from it.
- Thomson Reuters
- 52.5 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
English, French, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2014 Thomson Reuters
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.