30 Beautiful iOS App Website Designs for Inspiration

30 Beautiful iOS App Website Designs for Inspiration

An iOS mobile app often has a website associated with it. This website is often for promotional and informational purposes (i.e. to share information about the app, to offer insights on how users would benefit from the app, for hosting videos and screenshots of the app, etc.).

In this showcase, you’ll find beautiful websites of various iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch apps for web design inspiration.

If you’d like to see more iPhone app websites, please do check out this previously published showcase: 35 Beautiful iPhone App Website Designs.


iOS app website design: Duet


iOS app website design: Paper


iOS app website design: Instagallery


iOS app website design: Postmates

iOS app website design:

76 Synthesizer

iOS app website design: 76 Synthesizer

OATBook iPhone App

iOS app website design: OATBook iPhone App


iOS app website design: Fontain


iOS app website design: Opuss

Day One

iOS app website design: Day One


iOS app website design: batch

Flight Card

iOS app website design: Flight Card


iOS app website design: dribbblr


iOS app website design: Kinotopic

Nizo for iPhone

iOS app website design: Nizo for iPhone


iOS app website design: Jambalaya

Snapette App

iOS app website design: Snapette App


iOS app website design: Keypoint

Facecard iPhone App

iOS app website design: Facecard iPhone App

Domino Box App

iOS app website design: Facecard iPhone App


iOS app website design: Bord

The Typography Manual

iOS app website design: The Typography Manual


iOS app website design: Momento


iOS app website design: forkly

Lite Weight iPhone App

iOS app website design: Lite Weight iPhone App


iOS app website design: Notica


iOS app website design: Sipp


iOS app website design: Path


iOS app website design: Luminance

iStudiez Pro

iOS app website design: iStudiez Pro

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About the Author

Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and also a book author. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter: @sixrevisions.

This was published on May 25, 2012


They are all very nice thanks

Ali Hong Kong May 26 2012

Love this article premise. This sort of site is one of those awkward use cases; I’ve bookmarked this for my next designer’s block!

Simon May 27 2012

Flight card is my favorite. Gorgeous design.

Rachael May 28 2012

There are some great designs here, the way these types of site are all constructed with displaying the apps on the devices they are designed for instantly lets the user know what the site they are viewing is for. I really like the fountain design – there isn’t enough colour schemes that use orange and purple together! I also like the sipp and bord designs also, they match very well in the style that the apps are designed for.

Sandro Lonardi May 28 2012

Nice apps and most of them have also really cool websites / landing pages!

Matej Latin May 29 2012

I’m currently working on a very similar project. Some of these here are similar to my design. Great collection. Thanks.

Ubersoft May 30 2012

Nice collection of sites, Inspirational to say the least.


Jacob Gube May 30 2012

Here is the direct link to the app’s website that @Marcin is suggesting:

Sergiu Jun 04 2012

some of this websites create such a visual mood (path, postmates, paper) but some are just superficial presentations (keypoint, momento).

zelahit Jun 19 2012

every thing here looks amazing

Fabulous collection I love it!!!! Thanks

Nimsrules Jun 27 2012

How I wish I could afford an iPhone. Sigh! Superb listing as usual Jacob. Inspirational designs all around this post.

Nic Cohen Jun 28 2012

Oooooooooo, decisions, decisions, not sure which I would put first, all very nice in there own way!!

cgvector Jun 29 2012

They are all very nice but instagallery is awesome. thanks :)

Stefanie Jun 29 2012

Great article that really draws attention to the difference between hastily made apps and those that are well thought out from a user experience. You can tell even by their well-designed websites that all of these development/design teams spent a great deal of time on making their apps as clearly functional as possible.

My company ( tries to always start app development with strategizing the user interface extensively before even touching a piece of code — I think it helps a lot with the final product even if it takes longer to wireframe out every page. I’ve found that when you skip the wireframe phase, it is much easier to overlook a valuable piece of the app that the client wanted, leaving holes in the quality of the work.

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