Path, the popular “personal network” exclusive to smartphones and tablets, has today made its debut on the iPad. With a new interface designed to take full advantage of the iPad’s larger display, Path for iPad “allows for larger moments” and lets you see more of your family and friends on one screen.
Path for iPad isn’t just a bigger version of the iPad app; it’s been rebuilt from the ground up and purposely designed for a tablet. The extra space provides room for different viewing options in both portrait and landscape mode, allowing you to display a beautiful collage of the day’s moments all on one screen.
Life in Landscape
See the day on one screen and swipe to see previous days. See the check-ins and arrival moments of each day on a single map. Path in landscape-view is the best way to catch up with your family and friends, revisit days and the moments that made them special.
iPad allows for larger moments that show more. For example, view a friend’s book moment in full-screen and see the cover enlarged, your friends’ comments, and the faces of every person who’s seen it. You’ll also read a description of the story and see a list of friends who have read it too.
The iPad app also boasts improved navigation: There’s a navigation pane down the side of your home feed, which also shows recent activity and new notifications.
Like its iPhone counterpart, Path for iPad is free, and it should be hitting the App Store anytime now.