But it’s not the first time. The popular image-sharing service launched an app two years ago, but ultimately pulled it because the site runners decided it wasn’t good enough. Imgur launched a new iOS app on Thursday

“At the end of the day, it was sacrificing the user experience, and that’s one thing that we learned to never sacrifice,” Imgur founder and CEO Alan Schaaf told The Verge

The original app was built as more of a companion to the website than anything else. This time, however, Imgur created an app that is a truly mobile experience. Its interface barely resembles the web client …

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