Technology is kicking fashion shopping up a notch with a new iPhone app called Pose. The application will enable you to take a picture of a fab fashion finds and share it via the app, Twitter as well as Facebook. Get all the details!
It seems that technology is not taking a break as more and more apps are being developed to help iPhone users discover everything that's new and a hot interest point. Pose is one of the new iPhone fashion app which enables you to strike a pose in a fabulous outfit and share it with friends via the app, Twitter or Facebook.
This way you can find stylish fashion items you can photograph
in stores from your own closet or on fiends or strangers which you
find to look uber-stylish.
The focus of this app is to make fashion available with just a pose and avoid having to literally “shop 'till you drop” of fatigue due to all the shops visited in search of that perfect fashion item you've seen in a magazine but don't know where to find.
Also you will be able to find coll items which can be identified after brand, price as well as other details, thus you are looking at an advanced app which you can now own as it has already made its debut on Tuesday, January 11, 2011.
The young founder of the app Dustin Rosen stated that the app was created to help improve your shopping experience.
“The purpose of this app is to bring value to your shopping experience,”
“Talking to users, this category [fashion] really stood out as one that people were looking to interact with on the phone.”
To make the app even hotter fashion designers and stylists such as Norma Kamali, Melis Kuris, Man Repeller and blogger Leandra Medine were invited to participate and share fab fashion items with the users. Their poses will be posted into separate streams so you can get their advice easily. It's also been reported that the guests are not being paid to do this although Leandra Medina has been sent an iPhone to enable her to share stylish poses.
The “Pose” is taking your shopping spree to another level, so would you consider using this app?
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