rapidrabbit’s Spray Can App captures the World Wide Web

[prMac.com] Greifswald, Germany – Spray Can, the biggest artist community in the mobile world, is extending with a new website, easily accessible for everybody: spray-can.com. This website allows any internet user to browse through the app’s online gallery and discover more than 6.5 million amazing art works.

“We had the idea to create a YouTube for pictures”, said rapidrabbit project leader Peter Morczinek during Spray Can’s initial period in 2009. By capturing the internet three years later, this idea attains a higher level: “With our new webpage we are now able to bring all this astonishing art from our app into the world wide web”, says David Wulff, CEO of rapidrabbit.

On spray-can.com you can view the entire gallery with its most popular and hot tags as well as the most viewed, most commented and latest tags, uploaded in the app. With about 20,000 new artworks arising every day, Spray Can is a pool of pure creativity. Additionally you can have a closer look at the tags, see their ratings and read other users’ comments. Because what makes the app actually alive are the people using it, building the biggest painting community on iOS. As a matter of course you’ll also be able to share the pictures you like most in your social networks, like Facebook and Google .

“The webpage we are presenting today is only a first step”, says David. “We are at the ready to add new features in the future. This is only the beginning.”

Device Requirements:
* iOS 4.0 or later
* iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
* 10.0 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Spray Can 4.4.3 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.rapidrabbit
Spray Can 4.4.3
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rapidrabbit is an independent software and technology development company, founded 2007 in Greifswald, Germany. ‘Keep it simple and smart’ is the philosophy in developing modern web applications that are complex but still fun to use. Specializing in open source technology, like Ruby on Rails, rapidrabbit soon became a well-known developer in northeastern Germany. By advancing to the iPhone platform, rapidrabbit takes the next step in distributing its software on an international level. Copyright (C) 2007-2011 rapidrabbit. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

###Franziska Falkenberg
Media Relations
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