November 29, 2012 in Reference (E)
[prMac.com] Novosibirsk, Russian Federation - ArtelPlus announces How to Tie a Tie 6.1, an update to their easy to follow instructional app featuring 30 different tie knots. With more than ten million downloads, How to Tie a Tie includes step-by-step instructions for tying neckties, ascots, bow ties, and pocket squares. Unlike other instructional tie apps, How to Tie a Tie goes beyond simple skill mastery by providing users with tips and features for determining which knots are appropriate for different dress styles and occasions. High quality pictures and written descriptions aid users in mastering each knot.
How to Tie a Tie opens to a main menu that allows users to choose between ascot, necktie, bow tie, and pocket square categories. Each category features a picture of a man wearing the type of tie, making it easy for users to identify which category matches their ideal style. Within each category is a collection of specific tie styles, such as Windsor, St. Andrew, and Simple Double neckties. 11 tie knots are free with the app, while the rest are available as an in-app purchase.
* 30 different tie knots, including instructions for neckties, ascots, bow ties, and pocket squares
* Filter tie knots based on face shape, body shape, height, event type, collar type, tie design, and type of tie material
* Add frequently used tie knots to favorites menu for easy access
* Animated version and augmented reality feature available via in-app purchase
* Detailed descriptions and pictures aid users in mastering each knot, so they no longer need to rely on anyone else to tie their tie
Once users have selected their ideal style, they can walk through a step-by-step tutorial, beginning with when the style is the ideal choice for users. For example, How to Tie a Tie explains to users that the diagonal-shell pocket square is suitable for silk, linen, and cotton pocket squares, and may require ironing. Detailed pictures, helpful arrows, and in-depth descriptions show users how to easily create each tie knot. A completed picture of the tie knot at the beginning and end of the tutorial provides users with a realistic example of each tie knot.
Additional features distinguish How to Tie a Tie from other instructional tie apps. Within each category, users can filter styles based on face shape, body shape, height, event type, collar type, tie design, and type of tie material, ensuring that users will find the ideal tie for nearly any occasion. Users can even add the tie knots they frequently use to a Favorites menu, allowing them to easily reference previous tie knots. The paid version includes animated demonstrations of knot tying and an augmented reality function, which allows users to see their own camera image right on the device screen as they complete their knot.
How to Tie a Tie finally lets users tie their own ties, instead of relying on wives, girlfriends, and friends for help. Although it is not difficult to tie a tie, choosing the right style can often be overwhelming. Through the filter feature and the basic tips provided in each knot description, the app makes it easier than ever before for users to select the ideal style. Tying ties can be especially time consuming and frustrating if the individual does not know the proper technique. How to Tie a Tie is instructive, informative, and enjoyable to use. With the largest number of tie knots, this app will introduce users to unique and unusual tie styles, as well as classic tie knots. Ideal for individuals who often wear ties, this app is also practical for anyone who wants to learn more about different tie styles.
"How to Tie a Tie gives users more than just easy to follow instructions for how to tie neckties, ascots, bow ties, and pocket squares," stated Alfia Valiullina of ArtelPlus. "This app also gives users tips for selecting the ideal tie knot for any style, while allowing users to filter tie knots based on personal characteristics. This in-depth information allows even novice users to select and create the perfect tie for any occasion."
* English and Russian
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later (iOS 5 tested)
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 16.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
How to Tie a Tie Free 6.1 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Reference category. The full version is available for $2.99 (USD). Review copies are available on request.
Based in Novosibirsk, Russia, ArtelPlus was co-founded by Damir Nigomedyanov and Ramil Valiullin, and it has established its reputation as an active and reliable player in the mobile software development market, having more then 10 years experience in developing software for different mobile platforms (iOS, Android, Blackberry, Bada). ArtelPlus is the maker of How to Tie a Tie - one of the top applications in its category in many countries, catching on with users of iPhone, Android and Blackberry, which has reached in total the ten million users milestone. Copyright (C) 2003-2012 ArtelPlus. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.