It's finally here! 🎉

May 7, 2021  |  1 minute to read


It’s been almost seven years since Inspiral Web was released.

For most of those seven years, the site included a “Get the app” button that popped open a message that read “Inspiral Web isn’t mobile friendly… yet” and included a link to join the mailing list.

Over 25,000 people joined that mailing list. The sheer number of interested people, combined with just a bit of pandemic cabin fever, spurred me to finally begin work in earnest on the mobile app.

After five months of feverish, bleary-eyed, nights-and-weekends coding, I’m thrilled to announce that Inspiral is now available for iOS and Android!

A screenshot of the Inspiral app

Give it a try on your platform of choice:

Get it on Google Play Download on the App Store

Or, check out the app’s website, which includes links to the app’s social media presence.

The app’s source code is public. If you find issues or have a feature request, please open an issue!


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