#NewVSCO is Coming Soon for Android, Offers Newly Designed Community and Search


An updated VSCO app is soon to make its way to both Android and iOS. Not only does the update include a fancy new UI, but VSCO has essentially reworked the entire platform to offer more of a community-driven experience.

Once updated, users can still look through other content creator’s work, as well as search for topics they want to see photos of. While the ability to share your photos with the VSCO community has been there for quite awhile, this update should bring much more attention to that experience. 

The update has four gestures that users will need to familiarize themselves with. There is swipe left, right, up, and down. Upon start up, you begin in your “personal space.” This is where you create, edit, and publish images. From here, a swipe right will get you into the VSCO community, while a swipe down will bring up the integrated search menu. No matter which screen you are on, a swipe up will open up VSCO’s built-in camera.

The update is not yet available, but once it is, we will let you know.


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