Shutterstock, a marketplace with over 31 million stock photos, vectors, illustrations and videos has launched its first Android application at the LeWeb conference in Paris today.
The company’s main intention to launch the Android application was to give nicer user experience for those Android users, who were accounted for the half of its mobile visitors to Shutterstock.com in November, according to the company’s representative at the event in Paris.
The iOS version of the app was launched without the download option in November 2011, focusing on iPads, which now has more than 650,000 downloads in its name. The ability to download the images was added later to the iOS application. Similarly, the Android app also doesn’t allow on-phone or on-tablet downloads an the company promised that the downloading feature will be updated soon.