Dripbook releases iPhone + iPad App - free for all Dripbook subscribers.
Posted on 18th January 2011 by Alex Wright

PLEASE NOTE : We released a major update of the Dripbook iPad + iPhone App in July 2012. Look here for more recent information about the updated App.

We're proud to release a free iOS App for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The App is meant to display the images and video from your Dripbook portfolio on your mobile device in a clean, professional, and easy-to-use format.

As an added feature, the App is designed to keep your images and video in it's memory so you can still view your books even if you're not in a good service area - you all ever hear of iPhones not having good service?

With this App , you'll always have a walking portfolio right in your pocket (or bag). Head here , or search for "Dripbook" in iTunes or the App Store.

You can turn on video caching (to keep the videos stored in the mobile device's memory) and you can also turn on HD video for iPads. To enable these features, check the Settings for the App on your mobile device. Note that in order to cache a video (to keep it in the mobile device's memory), you *must* watch each video through to the end, *then* the video proceeds to download to memory.
Here are some great screenshots from the iPhone and iPad App (click images for larger view)...
Noah Fecks on the iPad:
Illustrator Charis Tsevis on the iPad:
Tony Gale on the iPad:
Paul Owen on the iPhone:
Johanna Lowe on the iPhone:
The Settings configuration choices, iPad shown, all the same settings available on iPhone:
More HD Video playing on the iPad by yours truly:
Video on the iPhone by yours truly :
And while we're talking about mobile displays, remember that the Dripbook website is optimized for iPhones and iPads and Android phones. Additionally, the Flash-based websites exported from Dripbook are also optimized for iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Have fun, y'all! Send us an email with any questions.


From: Tony Gale , January 18th, 2011 : 06:10p.m. UTC
Super cool, and super fast. Extremely easy to use and I love the fantastic email feature. Dripbook continues to impress me with the quality of their service and all the little things that add up to an amazing final product.
From: Owen Photo - Paul Owen , January 18th, 2011 : 06:20p.m. UTC
Dripbook's iphone/ipad app is awesome. It loads quickly and works great as an impromptu portfolio tool to show prospective and existing clients. The images look great, the app is intuitive and it navigates as well as my website, just in a mini and portable format. And I can also email images right from the app if a client needs an image for reference. Love it!
From: Johanna Lowe , January 18th, 2011 : 06:21p.m. UTC
The Dripbook app is the best reason to buy an ipad because the combination of the two makes the perfect portfolio. I'll never stop saying it, Dripbook rocks!
From: jacob snavely , January 18th, 2011 : 08:12p.m. UTC
From: Alex Wright , January 21st, 2011 : 06:27a.m. UTC
Hi Guilio- You have to head to the settings, turn on Cache Videos, then watch a video clear through to the end, *then* the video caches. Send an email to support@dripbook.com with further questions.