[prMac.com] Lodi, Italy – iAppear has announced the release of iPhone application called My Wardrobe. My Wardrobe is a Fashion Style revolutionary application: for the first time you can take a picture of your clothes, cut the image, organize the wardrobe and try combination between them. My Wardrobe will be available on 21st April.
With My Wardrobe you can save photos of all your clothing and find the best combinations to be always trendy. My Wardrobe is not limited to a preset list of items but will allow you to take pictures of your clothes (cutting off the background using a simple but effective sistem) dividing them by section and color so that you can find them easily when you’re browsing the clothing of your wardrobe. Moreover, you can save the pictures and prices of the clothes you desire in your Wishlist.
With My Wardrobe you’ll always have your clothing with you, so that you can show your clothes to your friends, or while you shop, you can photograph the dress you’re interested in and instantly try the combination with those you have at home! You can also share your look on Facebook to ask your friends opinion, or save a photo in your library on the device. Inside the application you will find also a demo video that will show you how to use it correctly.
This application is available in Italian and English languages.
Every user that have tested it said: “It’s incredible! Now I couldn’t do shopping without it” and probably you will say the same.
* iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, iPod touch (3rd/4th/5th generation),
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 26 MB
Pricing and Availability:
My Wardrobe is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Lifestyle category.iAppear
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