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This article was published on February 11, 2014


Path for iOS gets a design refresh and becomes optimized for iOS 7

Path for iOS gets a design refresh and becomes optimized for iOS 7
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tumblr_inline_n0syxrgm6R1qz6zw8Path has released an update for its iOS app that optimizes it for the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. In a blog post, company CEO Dave Morin said that the app now has a focus on simplicity and usability. Users will notice a refresh of the user interface, along with improved Settings workflow, and a redesigned Shop to purchase stickers and camera filters.

Here’s how Path describes the update:

In Account, you’ll be able to update your profile photo, cover photo, email and other personal information. In Notifications, you’ll be able to manage notifications for your Inner Circle and your Friends. In Sharing you can manage all of the networks you can post to from Path.

The Shop has been redesigned to showcase our premium stickers and filters in a more simplfied way. You can browse premium stickers and filters or even upgrade to Path Premium by tapping on the buttons on the bottom navigation bar.

Users can also take advantage of iOS 7’s swipe functionality that enables quick navigation between the messaging screen and the home feed.

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