The Wider Image app for iPad
The Wider Image is an unprecedented multimedia experience from Reuters. This immersive app, created exclusively for the iPad, reimagines news photography and brings images and information to life. Get the wider story. Transform the way you see.
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Widen your world view.
See what’s happening in places you care about, and discover stories in places you might never have known. Save and share your favourites.
New Dive in and discover.
Search for stories, photographers and countries. Browse themes and our editors’ picks. There’s something for everyone.
Meet the people behind the pictures.
Get to know photojournalists around the world through 200 profiles and behind-the-scenes insights. Follow your favorites to keep up-to-date with their work.
Goran Tomasevic
Nairobi, Kenya
Belgrade, Serbia
Chief Photographer, East Africa
Canon EOS 1D X
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
"When I shoot pictures, I’m not thinking about my audience, I’m thinking about how I can make the most of what’s happening in front of my camera."
See what happened. And what happened next.
Interactive pictures tell stories in rich, new ways.
Slide to move from "before" to "after."

The aftermath of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
New Crisp and clear.
10,000 high definition images available through Premium subscription. Fullscreen mode for an immersive visual experience.
Put a world of information in context.
Country profiles instantly visualize broad social, demographic and economic differences.
Follow a country to receive notifications when new stories are added.
Get the big picture, the details and everything in between.
Interactive sequences create a powerful new perspective on important stories.
Tap or click to view photo sequence.

Drill breaks through at the world’s longest tunnel.
New Show and tell.
Present stunning photography on your television for all to enjoy. Stream wirelessly to your widescreen with AirPlay on Apple TV.
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