Cloth – Wardrobe Organized

The smartphone markets are populated than ever. Filled with all sorts of apps for the craziest things possible. I wouldn’t be surprised if I woke up one day to...
Cloth – Wardrobe Organized

The smartphone markets are populated than ever. Filled with all sorts of apps for the craziest things possible. I wouldn’t be surprised if I woke up one day to find out from my smartphone on the rules to brush my teeth (it is probably there already).Amidst this huge sea of apps is yet another unique app releasing for the iOS – Cloth is one among the latest. It is an app that can eventually change the way you dress and reduce your hassle on dresses.With cloth it becomes an easy to save and share your outifts with others.In the App Store, there are more than a few solutions for snapping, saving and sharing your outfits with others. None, however, offers as clean a user experience as Cloth [iTunes link], nor (in most cases) as many privacy options.

Unlike Fashism, Pose or Go Try It On, Cloth has no built-in social network and no registration is required ,as mentioned earlier Cloth is Hassle free. By default, any photos you take of your clothing are saved in Cloth alone — ideal for those of us who want to remember and organize our outfits, but don’t always (or ever) want to broadcast them to the world.

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Still, those who would like to share your ensembles can: Cloth lets you cross-post your images to Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. You can also send your photos to ClothApp.com to be featured on the site. (Sharing via email would be a welcome addition.)

Cloth allows you to allot images to one of several categories (such as work or evening) and tag , although there’s currently no way to browse looks by tag. You can also leave notes and save images to your device’s photo album.

Use Cloth to photograph enough outfits, and you’ll have an easily accessible thumbnail catalog of your entire wardrobe. You can also go back and edit your uploads at any time.
Cloth was developed by Maxim senior editor Seth Porges and his girlfriend, fashion designer Wray Serna. As the story goes, Porges recognized a need for the app after watching Serna use her iPhone to take photos of outfits she was packing for a trip.

Cloth costs $1.99 in the App Store, a price Porges hopes people will be willing to pay because the app doesn’t require them to fork over their personal details or view ads.

So there you go, The Cloth to the rescue to save your outfits and the looks in your iPhone to look back at them and decide which would be the best for the occasion. If you have too much trouble deciding, just post it to friends and get their opinion to make sure that you are in your best.Snap it, tag it, Wear it.

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