New Features

New to Collections: Add a Description

August 19, 2014

We Heart It - Daily Inspiration - Collection Description

You’ve added your favorite images to collections, now tell the world what they’re about! When you edit your collections on our site, you now have the ability to add and edit a description.   Use a  word or two, a quote, or lyrics – whatever helps you express what’s in your collections. 

Here are a few examples of when you might want to use this:

We Heart It - Collection Descriptions


This feature is now available on Android and it will be coming to iOS very soon.


We Heart Social Con

August 15, 2014
Social Con + We Heart It

Social Con + We Heart It

They sing, they dance, they make us laugh… online social personalities are the celebrities and entertainers of today. Social Con is the tour bringing together some of the most prolific social media stars of right now. We’ve actually teamed up with Social Con to bring you a first look at the event and a fun way to take part in all the action.

We want to know how these social media stars inspire you! Create a collection and enter to win a Social Con & We Heart It prize pack! Here’s how to participate in three simple steps:

  1. Create a collection called ”We Heart Social Con
  2. Add or re-heart images inspired by your favorite social media stars by August 24, 2014
  3. Enter your collection in this form to be entered to win

Please don’t forget to read the official contest rules for full eligibility and details. Our creative panel of judges will select winners from the most-viewed collections.

Share your collections on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr with the hashtag #SocialCon to chime in on the conversation, too.

Happy hearting!


Guest Posts

Magazines or Novels: Chatting Creativity, Tunes and Inspiration With Andy Grammer

August 12, 2014


Earlier this week we had a chat with We Heart It user and musician Andy Grammer — such a cool guy with an amazing perspective on creativity and inspiration.

See below for our exclusive Q&A with Andy, and make sure to check out his collection (and don’t forget to give him a follow…his stuff is pretty cool), where you can see a ton of album and non-album related stuff Andy loves.

Andy Grammer Lyrics

You’ve got quite a following on We Heart It — what message do you hope to convey to your followers through your hearted images?

It’s a really cool way to highlight lyrics. I spend so much time writing and agonizing over getting lyrics just right, this is a fantastic platform to let them be seen.

As a musician, you express yourself through words and melodies — how often do visuals play into your creative process?

I actually have something called synesthesia. It’s where you associate sounds with colors. So when I hear a song I immediately hear the colors that it sounds like. I thought that’s how everyone listened to music but my friends tell me I’m crazy. A song will come on the radio and I’ll be like, “come on guys you all know that sounds purple and white!” and they’ll just look at me strange. When I’m writing I definitely take what colors I’m feeling into account.

How important is your physical environment when writing songs? Where do you typically do most of your writing? Do you have any rituals?

I think it’s actually really important. Vibe is one of the only things you can control about songwriting. Also the headspace you are in before you start to write. So I like to get up and workout, eat something healthy and then head into the studio. Almost the way you would prepare for an interview or an important meeting. I did a lot of writing for this record in a studio in Hollywood that had super vibey lighting, a piano, a bunch of guitars and a drumset. Just a great place to create.

You’ve made a career out of being creative, which is something many of our users dream of! Needless to say, it’s not always an easy path. What advice do you have for anyone hoping to make a career out of self-expression and go down a non-traditional path?

You can’t steer a bus that isn’t moving. You have to be the engine. The truth is when your career is being creative even YOU don’t know what’s going to make sense or work. That’s the joy and the paralyzing fear of it. You just keep moving and fall in love with the process of creating. I wrote 100 songs for my new album, the best ones came in the 90-100 batch. The artist that keeps moving will find the beauty, if you wait nothing happens.

How important is self-expression and creativity in gaining a better understanding of yourself?

To me it’s an amazing form if therapy. Especially the more honest you get. I think the songs that really connect are ones where the songwriter is being honest with himself or an area of life and the listener is like, “ME TOO!” With that being the case I think I constantly am digging around in my heart or in my own life to find something that will resonate. It’s a cool job.
“Holding Out” is a super romantic song with an upbeat melody. We see a lot of this type of juxtaposition on We Heart It — happy vs. sad, romantic vs. silly, etc. What type of impact do you think that “opposites attract” approach makes?

It’s a technique that can let you get a point across. For a song like holding out if you match the sound with the content it gets cheesy quick. It’s a form of musical jiu jitsu. I had to find a way to get this song out without it being heavy handed and the fresh beat if it keeps you in.

Have you always found it easy to express yourself? If not, how did you maintain your self-confidence when producing art?

I don’t know if I always do. If I write 5 or six crappy songs in a row it’s really hard. I think it’s the allure of the great song that keeps ya going. It also goes back to an earlier answer that you can’t steer a bus that isn’t moving. I am only comfortable when I’m moving. That’s the bench mark, if the songs are bad I can live with that, but if I didn’t create at all… that’s a real issue.

When you were growing up, what were your favorite ways to get creative? Any unique or funny stories you can remember?

Everything. From tap dancing to juggling, jokes, magic, piano, anything I thought would be impressive. I liked making people happy. I found that you could do almost anything you wanted to someone else’s heart through songs. That’s when I started to really focus in on songs as my main medium of creating.

One of your songs on Magazines or Novels, “Honey, I’m Good,” is about resisting temptation. What was the last temptation you resisted?

The last temptation I resisted was the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Hagen Das in my freezer last night. “I could have another but I probably should not…”

Last question — can you point our users to a favorite image on We Heart It you think sums up your point of view as an artist?


Guest Posts

Into the Wild: Chatting Animals, Nature and Inspiration With Elissa Sursara

August 8, 2014


Earlier this week we had a chat with our resident wildlife expert and hearter of all things nature, Elissa Sursara — and wowwas it fantastic and informative.

Read on to learn all about Elissa, who lives in Australia, and make sure you follow her on We Heart It — she’s got one of the coolest accounts going that’s updated regularly with gorgeous wildlife images, videos and GIFs.

Hi Elissa! Thanks so much for chatting with us. We’d love to start by hearing all about your job. What is a typical day like in the life of Elissa Sursara?

My job is all kinds of fun, but it’s also hard work. It can be really rewarding and incredibly draining all at the same time, but I love what I do because it makes such a positive impact. My day always looks different. If I’m undertaking a study, I’ll wake up on site and prepare my equipment for the day – that might be diving gear to study and photograph marine life, or comfortable hiking clothes to study land mammals in their natural habitats. If I’m writing an article or a National Geographic blog, I’ll stay in front of my computer for hours, pouring over my notes and pictures. If I’m advocating, I might be at a school or at a university to talk to students about their environment and conservation. I get to spend a lot of time with animals and the people who love them, so it’s never a dull moment!

So many kids grow up dreaming of working with animals, but you actually did it! How did you turn that dream into a reality? What was the biggest challenge or obstacle you faced along the way?

I knew I had to work hard if I wanted to see my dream of working with animals come true. I stayed focused in school and seized every opportunity I could, like volunteering at animal shelters and attending lectures outside school. I studied biology, and when I graduated, I decided to use my skills to help promote conservation. It’s so important to protect what we love – and more importantly, the resources we need! I donated my time to different organizations, like Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, and soon I was traveling the world to study wildlife, protest animal cruelty and talk with young people about the natural world.

Working with animals seems like a very rewarding and fun job — what are some of the hardest parts of that job?

Being confronted by animal cruelty can be extremely difficult. I’ve seen dead tigers, poached elephants, harpooned whales and other wildlife that has died as a result of needless human impact. As an animal lover, it’s hard to see the creatures I adore in states of pain and suffering. As a scientist, it’s more difficult to know their deaths could have been prevented.

How did you decide to use We Heart It to spread awareness about wildlife? What kinds of images do you typically look for when putting together collections?

We Heart It use what’s beautiful and interesting to visually stimulate others, and that’s how I use WHI too, to promote wildlife and conservation. Tigers are beautiful creatures, and in sharing their pictures, I’m able to create a dialogue with people from all demographics about the tigers’ plight, and what steps we can take together to make their lives better. When putting together a collection, I look for pictures that showcase the natural beauty of wildlife and habitats – like the sunset over an Antarctic iceberg, or a wolf cub exploring his wild surroundings – and share them with my followers.

I imagine that working around animals you have to be in pretty functional clothing — yet you Heart lots of style images! What are some functional, yet stylish items in your closet you would recommend for someone who has a similarly active job?

First and foremost, I like to be comfortable. My style is dressed down and layered: I like a lot of jeans, comfortable shirts, Vans or TOMS, and cardigans. It’s easy to dress functionally, stylishly, and compassionately. As a vegetarian, I don’t wear fur or leather.

Autumn is my favourite time of year to get dressed because I can wear layers and jeans and shop for jumpers. I have a few staple pieces that translate well from work to fun, like, my Wrangler denim jeans, Stella McCartney leopard print canvas flats and a black cardigan from Mink Pink. It’s casual, well-presented and perfect for me.

You recently were bitten by shark — OMG! — and, more importantly, are you okay?! Can you tell us the story of what happened?

I was bitten by a large shark in North Queensland, Australia, during some down time in the ocean. I hadn’t obeyed the basic rules of water safety and was swimming in the open sea without a look-out. I ended up a fair distance from my peers. I saw a flash of deep gray beside me, and suddenly, I felt a pressure on my ribs and torso. The shark, probably a great white or large tiger shark, let me go. I recovered well and still actively promote the conservation of our very important shark species. I was in it’s habitat and I hold no resentment toward this very special animal.

When things like the shark bite happen — scary, potentially life-threatening — how do you gain the courage to get back in the water?

I think it’s okay to be cautious about life, but not so much that you stop yourself from living it. I love being in the ocean. I love swimming. I love diving. And most of all, I love diving with sharks. I think it’s the things that scare us that show us our true potential, because when we tackle those fears and leave our comfort zone, we’re expanding our footprint on life. I want to do the things I love, no matter what happens while I’m doing them.

We have to know — do you have any pets, and if so, what are their names?

I have a rescued St. Bernard named Charlie. He’s my best friend! I rescued him from an owner who was surrendering him to a shelter. Shelter cats and dogs are often forgotten by people looking for a pet, and sadly, millions of those shelter animals are euthanized. I think it’s important to adopt animals – never buy from a pet store!

How can users use a platform like We Heart It to spread awareness about wildlife conversation and fair treatment of animals?

I think it’s important to find meaning and inspiration in everything we do, whether it’s photography, writing, design or science. We Heart It is a great way to use our creative skills and the things we like to promote important causes and philosophies, like compassionate clothing, kindness, protecting our incredible habitats and to talk about endangered species, and even our family pets and the things we love about them. Posting interesting pictures of wildlife encourages others to take an interest in those animals, and when we’re interested in something, it becomes part of us. People protect what they love.

Elissa Sursara Grid

Do you have any favorite photo techniques when taking your own pictures?

I like to photograph animals in the wild, unawares, and doing the incredible things we can only hope to be lucky enough to see for ourselves, like breaching whales and peeking leopards on the prowl at dusk. I’ve always liked to photography candidly. I like portraits and choreographed work, but I love to capture what’s real and raw. It’s more beautiful.

If our users could only visit one place you’ve visited, where would you recommend?

I’d like to say Antarctica, but it’s one of those incredibly untouched and isolated habitats, so rare and pristine, that I’d almost prefer it if no one were to ever visit it ever again. Africa is wild for seeing animals in their natural habitats. It’s stunning and vast and populated, but hauntingly tainted by poaching and extinction. I think people would benefit from visiting a place like it.

We’ve noticed you have several animal tattoos Hearted. Do you have any animal tattoos yourself, and if not, what would be your first choice?

I don’t have any animal tattoos, but I’m a big fan of tattoo art and can’t help but stop and admire some of the amazing portraits of wolves and bears that have been sketched, tattooed and posted.

You’ve Hearted many images of healthy, fresh food in addition to animals and nature. How important is eating healthy to your lifestyle, and what are some of the weirdest things you’ve eaten while traveling for your job?

I love fresh food, like strawberries, pineapple pieces, basil, spinach, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, aubergine, watermelon, pumpkin, cacao and all those tasty super foods we can find locally, ethically and healthily. Of course, I love pizza as much as the next person (who doesn’t love pizza? And fries!), but I know it’s important to fuel my body with what it needs before giving myself the things I crave. It’s important to eat well, especially if you lead an active lifestyle, so that you can rely on your own natural energy to stay fit and alert (instead of relying on energy supplements and coffee.) I don’t think I’ve eaten anything too weird on my travels… I had some raw vegan crab cakes that were prepared by former cannibals in Fiji. Not many people can say that!

If you had time to take on a “second” career, what would you pick and why?

I always wanted to be a Queen. I think that would be a great second career. Queen of Australia, or Antarctica, or something…do you think it’s possible? I think it might be possible.

What’s the funniest thing that’s happened to you while working with an animal?

I was taking ID photographs of leopards at a rehabilitation center in Namibia went I felt a wet sensation on my socks. A young leopard was marking his territory, I suppose. I could hear some laughing behind me as some of the senior researchers chuckled at my expense!

What is the biggest misconception people have about wildlife, and what can We Heart It users do to help dispel that myth?

I think the biggest misconception about wildlife is that our wildlife isn’t suffering, or that there’s nothing we can do about it. Sometimes we’re led to believe those things, particularly by paper and oil companies who profit from deforestation. We’re in a sixth mass extinction and our most iconic species (elephants, lions, tigers, whales and giraffe) are all dangerously close to the end of their time. But we can solve this problem, together, by doing things within our reach! Whether it’s talking about these issues with our friends, creating petitions and posters, buying compassionate products or donating our time or money to organizations working toward real-life change, like Sea Shepherd, World Animal Protection, WWF, Earth Hour, IFAW, PETA, Wildlife Warriors and Panthera.

WHI users can also help by sharing pictures of wildlife they love, tagging friends and organizations, and sharing this important message on their social networks!

You’re obviously very passionate about wildlife and have used We Heart It to spread that passion. How can users with other passions — books, cooking, biking, etc. — use We Heart It to spread awareness about their passion or hobby?

Get active about the things you love – no matter what it is! Create a blog, write a book, take pictures, heart those pictures, tell your friends, make shirts… scream and yell about your passions until you have everyone’s attention, and then show them why it’s so special to you. Before you know it, you’ll have inspired others to take interest in your work and in your philosophies, and you’ll be another step closer to turning your important dreams into even better realities!

Now it’s your turn to tell us, Hearters — what are your hobbies and passions, and how do you use We Heart It to share them with others? Tell us in the comments section below!

Guest Posts

18 Wreck This Journal Inspirations To Further Wreck Your Journal

August 6, 2014
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Wreck This Journal - We Heart It

Attention all people who have not yet given up on actual paper: this past week Wreck This Journal was trending on We Heart It, so I thought I’d take a poke (okay, more like a deep dive) through all of your fabulous hearted journal images for some inspiration.

(Oh, and for those of you unfamiliar, Wreck This Journal is exactly what it sounds like: a journal that encourages you to “wreck it” using various methods.)

Below is a list I compiled of some of my fave ideas (I also made a collection!) — take ‘em or leave ‘em, but either way, keep wrecking those journals and sharing your creative masterpieces with us. We’re looking and loving!

1. Take your journal on vacation

Planning a trip? Do not leave that journal at home! New places are notorious for amazing inspo (err…hello, Big Ben!) — and don’t forget to take a picture of all the pages you complete while on vacay. You can paste them in later — or add them to your We Heart It page!

2. Stencil it up

Let’s face it — some of us have art skills that never progressed beyond preschool. But just because you’re not the next Picasso doesn’t mean you can’t have a next-level journal. Use stencils (like this wicked Batman stencil, courtesy of Heather), trace things or even grab a cookie cutter when populating your page with illustrations.

3. Use your X-Ray vision

This is what they call thinking outside the box…errr, or, beyond the surface?! There’s something creepily cool about the human body, so why not use your lovely insides as inspiration for your journal? Alma first hearted this image of skeleton feet in a Wreck This Journal, and I’m digging it.

4. Let it burn

Make sure you’re familiar with stop, drop and roll before attempting this one! Actually, better do it outside just to be safe! And definitely make sure NOT to burn the entire book…!

5. Think outside the wreck

Actually, this applies to all instructions in the book — you don’t have to take them literally. In fact, the more bizarrely you interpret them, the more unique your journal will be. So forget the rules and do your own thing.

6. Practice your band fonts

Oh, Alice, you were so spot-on with this one!

Wreck This Journal is the perfect place to pay tribute to your fave musicians and bands…and practice writing in their unique fonts. It will be fun to look back at the music you were into 10 years from now, so a page dedicated to this aspect of your pop culture life is a definite must!

7. Switch it up with color swatches

Need a place to test out nail polish colors? Where better than Wreck This Journal? Just don’t forget to write the name of the color underneath each swatch. So handy — you’ll have a reference guide for as long as you keep your journal.

8. See yourself in shadows

You’ll need a friend to help with this one — position a lamp so it shines against a wall, then have your friend trace your silhouette in your journal. Color in as you see fit. Many thanks to British Hearter Abbey for sharing this hands-down fabby idea. (Sorry, couldn’t resist the rhyme…)

9. Throw a quote party

Big on hearting quotes? Why not transfer a few of your favorites to your journal? Chances are you’ll never forget them.

10. Go camping with nothing but paper and crayons

Make summer last forever by illustrating everyone’s favorite campfire treat–thanks Danisa for this artistic rendering of the most unreal use of graham crackers ever. Actually, I advocate drawing any delicious food, which brings me to…

11. Pay tribute to the most glorious food ever to exist

Sorry, but how pretty are pink donuts? Even if you don’t love them, can we all agree that sprinkles make everything (including Wreck This Journal) more festive?!

12. Don’t underestimate the power of the pen

Stuck with a glorious idea…and NO supplies? Hold your worries — you can actually do a lot with a simple, basic pen. Take inspiration from this gorgey pen-dering (that’s my new compound word for ‘pen rendering’…)…it just takes a bit of creativity (okay, and a lot of patience) to end up with a masterpiece.

13. Be a bookworm

Like any page dedicated to your favorite artists, devoting a page or two to your current favorite book is a must-do. When you look back on your journal years from now, you’ll feel all warm and fuzzy inside remembering the first time you read about Hazel and Augustus…or Anastasia and Christian…

14. Use free stuff

View everything around you as something you can potentially slap into your book — coffee sleeves, plants, wrappers, tickets, receipts, etc. The weirder, the better.


Try being ridiculously overachieving on a page or two — supposed to stick something to the page? Stick 500 things to it. Told to drop the journal? Drop it from the highest place you can think of. (Just make sure no one is standing below…!) The shower page is always a fun one — why not DOUSE the book? (Don’t think of it as ruining your other pages…think of it as altering them.)

I am particularly in lurve with this fun shower page, first hearted by Valentina from Colombia. (By the way, her collections are killer…you should definitely give her a follow!)

16. Pick a palette

I’m absolutely gaga over some of these journals I’ve been seeing that stuck to a color palette all the way through. Talk about extreme dedication! So, whether it’s your first or fifth journal, why not challenge yourself by sticking to a color palette? (PS, got the idea from this unreal cover, first hearted by Elisabeth. Be still, my soft grunged-out heart!)

17. Keep your supplies on you

You never know when inspiration will strike, so at least try (I know, it’s hard…) to keep your markers/crayons/pens/pencils/paint/pastels/etc. with you. At the bare minimum, keep a pen so you can jot down ideas in your book for later execution.

18. Sleep with your journal…every night

…because you should show it some love. After all, it’s given you hours of entertainment! Thank you, Bianca, for first hearting these beautiful nighttime pages.

Hearters — what is the best/coolest/wackiest/most out-of-control thing you’ve done to your Wreck This Journal? Share below in the comments section and make sure to upload a pic to your canvas!

Guest Posts

Halloween in August

August 1, 2014
Halloween in Summer

Halloween in Summer

Halloween is just around the co–

Wait. No it’s not. But it might as well be — this week “Halloween” was trending on We Heart It, so we figured we’d start talking costumes — based on, what else — our most popular searches of the week. Oh, and don’t forget to follow my Halloween in August collection — it’s chock full of images no one could possibly resist. I mean, a kitten dressed as a bat…?!

For those of you who don’t celebrate the holiday, consider these ideas material for your next costume party.

Imaginary Pop Star Girlfriend – Whether you’re a Justin, Harry, or Matty Healy girl, may we suggest “Imaginary Pop Star Girlfriend” this Halloween? This costume is super easy to pull off — just wear your fave high-waisted jorts, crop top and leather booties, whip out your cell and spend the evening pretending to be on the phone with the stud of your choice. Extra points if you aren’t British…and do a British accent. (Only applies to One Direction and 1975 GFs.)

Human Nail Art – Obsessed with painting…and repainting…and repainting your nails again? Three times in one day? No, you don’t have a problem. You have a passion.

To celebrate a top hobby of 2014, why not go as Human Nail Art? Pick a favorite nail art design (we love Harley Rain’s collection) and use face paints to turn your face, arms and legs into a decorated canvas. Make your own graphic tee with the words “NAIL ART” appliqued across the front. #win

50 Shades of Grey Trailer – Wear all black, a blindfold and handcuffs. Applique the words “Coming Valentine’s Day 2015″ to your shirt. When people ask what you are, tell them you’re the World’s Most Anticipated Movie Trailer. Check out the collection for inspo.

Human GIF – This one is perfect for the last-minute among us: wear your regular clothes. Do the same thing over and over again all night. Voila — Human GIF!

We Heart It – We may be biased, but we’re partial to an all-white ‘fit with a giant pink heart in the middle. Encourage your friends to tap your stomach to show their appreciation for you. Hand out Random Hearts of Kindness to strangers. Spread the love. :)

Hearters — have you started thinking about your Halloween costume yet? Leave your ideas in the comments section below and don’t forget to link to your collections to give other users some serious inspo!

Guest Posts

Popular quotes: “Lonely but fabulous”…and why being lonely may be a good thing

July 31, 2014
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Lonely But Fabulous Screenshot No UI.jpgHi Hearters — Molly here!  I help out with content at We Heart It, and will be adding some guest posts to this blog.  I’ve been a major fan of We Heart It for what seems like forever, and I’d love to hear more about you and what you’d like to see on the blog — more .  Feel free to drop me a line at any time, for any reason at  And of course, feel free to follow me on We Heart It.

Today I was browsing through my feed when I came across this image, first hearted by user Leticia Tomazini. It got me thinking about the concept of loneliness–can it actually be a good thing once awhile? And if so, what can you you learn about yourself from being alone? 

One of my favorite things about We Heart It is that it’s a safe place we can come to explore our thoughts and points of view without being judged. “Lonely but Fabulous” means something different to everyone.

When I first hearted the photo, I immediately thought of when I first moved to New York City the summer after my sophomore year of college. I’d moved for an internship and lived in a dorm with three other girls, all of whom were strangers, for three months.

Ironically, despite being literally surrounded by people, it was the most alone I’d felt in my entire life. Actually, the presence of other people made me feel more lonely–everyone seemed to be having fun with their friends, chatting away, laughing, smiling…while I, even if I was faking happiness, felt emptier inside by the minute.

What I didn’t realize then was that it doesn’t matter whether you’re in the busiest city in the world or an empty, wide-open field all by yourself–loneliness can creep up on anyone, at any time. I decided it was okay to feel sad — and that instead of looking at it as a negative, I could use the experience to learn to rely on myself and myself alone — something I’d never done before. 

In New York, by myself, I became my own best friend. I learned I could take care of myself. I learned I could entertain myself — with a book, alone in a restaurant, for example. When situations arose that made me uncomfortable, I heard myself loud and clear — “Get out of here, it’s not safe,” or “What are you doing? You aren’t okay with this. Leave. It’s okay.” When I accomplished things–at work, or even just venturing into a new part of the city by myself–I learned I didn’t need praise from others in order for my accomplishment to count. I could be proud of myself and that was enough. 

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This is just one example of “Lonely but Fabulous” — I see instances of this concept all over We Heart It every single day. Check out my collection of “Lonely but Fabulous” images for inspiration to use in your daily life and feel free to start your own collection inspired by this awesome phrase — I’ve included tons of photos of people curling up with a book, traveling alone, spending time meditating and listening to music.

Hearters, what does “Lonely but Fabulous” mean to you? Tell us below in the comments section, and don’t forget to post links to your favorite quote collections.

Announcements, New Features

The new We Heart It is here!

July 24, 2014

We Heart It version 5.0 for iOS

It’s here! Rewritten totally from scratch, our new app for iOS is out today. Here’s what you’ll experience in the new update:

  • Higher-quality and larger photos, pictures, videos and gifs.
  • Double tap to heart! Connect with the images and people that inspire you more easily than ever.
  • Customizable canvas that lets you feature a collection, like your favorite tattoos, latest fashion, or whatever you love.
  • Clean, modern and beautiful design. We Heart It has never looked so good!
  • New and improved browser, so you can save, upload and post new images from the web or your favorite blogs.

Be sure to download it now on your iPhone®, iPad®, or iPod Touch®!

We Heart It for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

As always, we welcome your feedback and comments. You can always send us a quick note at

This release comes after many months of development, design, and product research. And many cans of Red Bull. We truly hope you enjoy it!

Happy hearting!


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New Features

Following Collections – now on our site!

July 12, 2014
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Now you can customize your following feed with the option to follow collections on our website!

Look for the follow button on collections to add just that collection to your following feed.  Mad about coffee, dogs, colorful images, or music?  Make your following feed about just the content you love!

We Heart It - Following Collections

iOS users – stay tuned!  We’ll be rolling this out to you soon.