New iPad application intended for budding interior designers
on Monday,April 26,2010 22:04
To stay abreast of emerging technologies, the creators of the Apalon Dream Home HD iPhone application have designed a new and improved version for the iPad.
The application enables budding interior designers to browse through photos of professionally decorated rooms in order to gain inspiration for their own homes. Users can sift through these photos using specific categories, such as room type, style or color.
The iPhone application has already been named one of the Top 50 Paid applications on iTunes and rated on Apple's New and Noteworthy list. The new version for the iPad will feature high-resolution photographs and a zoom feature that allows users to view the details of each room.
Users will be able to organize viewed images into recent, popular and favorite categories to make their ideas more accessible. Furthermore, the application can be used with or without an internet connection, which could prove beneficial to users when they are shopping for decorations or visiting prospective homes.
Peter Melnikov, vice president of Apalon, said that the application is intended to "bring lots of fresh design ideas and inspire people for big and minor changes in their own home décor."
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