Behance App Updated For iOS 7, Adds iPad Support

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Most of use post our crap onto Twitter, Flickr, Instagram or – ugh – the Facebook. But creative pros have their own social network. Behance is more than just a place to hang your latest photos, motion-graphics, fashion or branding design, though. It’s kind of a mix between an online resume and and portfolio, with plenty of concept ideas thrown in for good measure. And it’s also built into some Adobe apps: Lightroom lets you publish straight to Behance, for example.

Which is a long way of getting to the point. Behance v3.0 for iOS just launched, and it brings an updated look and new features.

The app is now Universal, adding iPad support as well as an iOS 7 makeover, and you can now create projects from your iDevice (finally).

There are also improvements to notifications as well as the ability to follow collections. Not feeling creative? No matter. Grab the free app and a free account and you can browse other folks’ work for inspiration and fun.

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