Snapguide released an update today that brings iOS 7’s new interface design to the guide-building app, along with enhancements to many of the app’s main features. For those who are unfamiliar, Snapguide is an app that lets you create and view step-by-step photographic guides from your iOS device. You can share these guides with your friends and find guides for topics you’re interested in. If a guide you want doesn’t exist, you can post a request for someone who knows about that subject to create one.

Today’s update brings not only a brand-new visual style, but enhancements to most of Snapguide’s core features. The browser, which lets you find guides created by other users, has been updated with larger images, faster loading times, and an “explore” section to help you track down your desired guides more quickly.

Search has also been improved, and now allows you to search between users, guides, and requests for new guides all at once. Enhancements have been made to the notification system in the iPhone version, and iPhone users can now copy a list of supplies needed to carry out the directions of any guide.

The updated Snapguide is available to all users for free on the iOS App Store.

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