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Reddit ditches Imgur, rolls out native image hosting

Big changes are taking place over at Reddit, the self-professed front page of the Internet. The popular portal is in the process of rolling out an in-house image hosting service, effectively cutting ties with Imgur, the third-party image sharing service…

Here's a look at Imgur's brand new iOS app

Generally one of the go-to places for internet GIFs, Imgur is making a strong push to be much more than that. It recently introduced a new format for animated images, increasing the quality while reducing file sizes drastically, and now…

Imgur launches first official mobile application

Popular image sharing platform Imgur has launched their first mobile application. Imgur for Android will facilitate viewing, uploading, sharing and commenting of photos across a wide array of mobile devices and will serve as a vast improvement over having to…