Dribbble's official app for iPhone and iPad. Discover and follow the world's best designers. Browse and curate amazing design work faster and easier.


- Universal App + Apple TV app!
- Easy access to your profile, likes, and bucket collections
- Message other designers and teams
- View the latest job listings
- Upload new Shots via your device's Camera or Camera Roll
- 3D touch to get a closer look at any Shot from a feed
- Activity and push notifications
- Auto-animating GIFs in feeds
- Search for inspiration by keyword or tag
- Split screen support in iPad
- Share extension allows you to share to Dribbble from your favourite design tools
- Launch the app directly from Dribbble links, then use Handoff to view on your desktop
- Spotlight Search designer profiles and content from your device's home screen


Founded in 2009, Dribbble has grown to become the premier community for discovering and connecting with designers around the globe. Our mission is to help the world’s design talent share their creations and get hired. Illustrators, icon artists, typographers, graphic designers, logo designers, web designers, and other creative types share their work, process, and current projects.

What’s New

Version 2.0.2

Squashing those bugs. Also, if you missed it we have a new visual design!

Introducing our new visual refresh, which is only our second refresh ever, like a double refresh, but everyone knows a double dribble is a foul, so we’d never want to somehow tie that together with our all new design. Phew.

Some other things to note:
+ All shots now display edge-to-edge, or as we like to say coast to coast
+ We’ve made it even easier to connect with your favorite designers via a sleek new profile layout. Now you won’t get fined for texting between quarters :wink:
+ Quick access to Messages, Activity and Job Listings are now available in the side drawer. Penetrate the lane for the finger roll.

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
108 Ratings
108 Ratings
VioletPixel ,

Dribbble is Great, This Update is Not

This new update is far worse than the version it replaced.

• Landscape mode is gone.
• Can no longer pinch to zoom shots.
• Grid view is gone.
• Switching between Following, Popular, and Recent is now two taps and a full screen animation instead of a single tap which results in an instant switch.
• Scrolling is jerky.
• Tapping things, like the menu icon or menu options, usually takes several tries before the app responds.
• Switching away from, and then back to the app triggers a scroll bug where the loading graphic is centered on the screen and the content is pushed way down, almost entirely off screen.
• The UI seems rushed and unfinished. For example, when viewing a single shot, the navigation bar at the top is blank except for the unlabeled back button.

Pretty much everything I loved about the old app is gone, and as a result I'll either need to completely change the way I use the app (unlikely) or just use the website in Safari (also unlikely, but the lesser of two evils).

This update only improves on the previous version in one way: edge-to-edge shots. But I would gladly give that up forever to get the old version back.

And, to top it all off, videos still appear as static images without any indication they're videos, and the button to easily open them in Safari so I can actually play the video is gone, too!

Why was this new app released instead of simply adding video support to the previous version?

TheWerewhale ,

Headache inducing

While I don’t mind a hamburger menu to hide items I rarely use, like account or profile, placing filters behind an animated drawer is way too much work. Exploring shots now feels tedius and I’m never quite sure at what section I’m looking. The small header w the (x) close button is confusing and never seems to work either, or at least doesn’t feel intuitive. Content doesn’t load or feel up to date (recent is still showing shots from 13 hours ago)

I’ll stick to desktop because instead of feeling inspired, I just end up with a big headache each time I open it.

Please go back to the grid and put filters at the bottom where I can easily switch.

Ben Ayers ,

Dribbble is amazing. Redesign is bad.

This is a service for designers. The redesign is not designed well. See the issue? It takes too long to get through content, the zoom is gone, information is not well grouped and runs together, it is not unique and honestly just looks like Facebook, it is much more difficult to go between feeds (like following, popular, playoff, etc.), as they are just filters now rather than actual feeds, and the list goes on.

Dribbble is incredible, and as a designer, I love the service and use it nearly every day for both publicity and inspiration, but this new mobile design is awful and a step backwards.


Dribbble Holdings Ltd.
54.9 MB
Photo & Video

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Dribbble Holdings Ltd.


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