Bundlr for iPhone is all about getting your bundles as fast as possible. Check out the app in action with this little video we made.
Today, we are thrilled to announce our new app for iOS. Making Bundlr available to iOS is a goal Pedro Gaspar and the rest of the team has worked tirelessly and excitedly to accomplish over the past few months. We can’t wait for our users to start using Bundlr on their phones and tablets and this marks the first step towards that goal.
A lot of great content is being clipped right now with Bundlr. To make sure you don’t miss it, we improved the activity page with better suggestions and made it the new homepage.
And there’s more! Now you can like and reclip the best clips you find. It’s a nice way to let someone know they’re doing a good job, and keep your bundles updated with new content.
Not feeling very social? We have one more new feature for you. Now you can move your clips to different bundles you own, to help you organize your content. Just place your mouse over a clip and click move.
This article belongs to a series of How To blog posts.
Finally, after talking about saving articles, photos and text selections, there’s still a large number of other media you can also clip with Bundlr. It supports videos, music, podcasts, presentations, products and many more.
And once again, you don’t need to do anything different. Just click on the Bundlr button and it should detected the kind of service your clipping from.
Here’s an example for a YouTube video:
and another for a SoundCloud song:
In both cases, you can then play the video and song without leaving your bundle page.
Ever wanted to invite someone to collaborate on a bundle, but he or she doesn’t have an account yet? Now you can send an invitation with just their email. He or she will be automatically added as a collaborator as soon as they join Bundlr.
Here’s the new option: