SARI – App Review

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SARI - App Review

SARI - App Review

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All of the secrets of the fashionable Sari drape are answered in an easy to understand app!  The Sari app was designed to answer many of your questions about what a Sari is, how to wear it and, most importantly, how to drape it to look as good as you have seen on tv and in pictures.  First, a written tutorial teaches you the history of the traditional Sari, its features, and what is needed to wear with the Sari.  The Sari app can teach you how to drape the Sari in the most common, urban style – the “Nivi” – in 5 easy steps.  Choose whether you would like to read each step, with brightly colored illustrations, or watch a demonstration of someone draping a Sari by video.  The video is installed in the app and does not need to be connected to the internet to view, making it possible to follow along wherever you are! Lastly, read some commonly asked questions regarding the Sari and how it can be worn in the FAQ section.  Impress your friends and relatives by showing up at your next formal event in a fashionable Sari!

★★★★½

iTunes Description
A Featured App on the ‘New & Noteworthy’ Section – iTunes India

No. 4 on Top Paid Apps – iTunes India (7-13, March 2011

News, Views & Reviews

“Guaranteed to teach anyone to tie a sari successfully in minutes.”

-Vogue India

“Always wanted to know how to tie a sari? Well, now there’s even an app for that!”

-GalaDarling.com

“The world’s first step-by-step sari tying tutorial for the iPhone aims to save us from near complete cultural retardation when it comes to traditional dressing.”

-CNNGo.com

“Your iPhone now knows more about drapes than you do.”

-LiveMint.com

“Drape a Sari on the go (with SARI app).”

-Hindustan Times (HT Cafe)

“A sari tutorial for all time.”

-Yahoo! India

“OMG! Check it out.”

-MissMalini.com (India’s celebrity blogger)

“If there is an upcoming social obligation that demands you draping a sari, no need to scramble or scurry, simply download the Sari.”

-KnowYourMobile.com

“To tackle the helplessness of perfectly draping a sari without any assistance, here is a simple yet much needed Sari App.”

-iDiva.com

“Say goodbye to that friend’s mummy you call every time you need to attend a wedding.”

-Mid Day Mumbai

“Sometimes tradition and technology reconcile in the strangest ways.”

-Tehelka.com

“Saris are great to look at, but extremely difficult to wear. If you struggle with wearing one, you may want to own this app.”

-NDTV Gadgets

“The sari app is beautiful yet efficient in its information sharing in terms of the colours, fonts and illustrations it’s using.”

-Tech2.com

Description
Presenting the world’s first ever Sari App aimed at teaching anyone how to drape a Sari in a matter of minutes, and that too without assistance.

Yes, it’s that simple! No more midnight calls to mom or panic moments before an Indian ceremony. Just download the SARI app and in 5 easy steps you can dress yourself perfectly in this exquisite Indian attire.

And what’s more? Our FAQ section has answers to all your concerns about the drape.

So download and install SARI – the first-of-its-kind in the world!

Features

  • Illustrative and written full-screen manual
  • HD quality step-by-step video tutorial
  • No Wi-Fi/EDGE/3G connection required to access content
  • FAQs on Sari drape answered
  • Friendly navigation User Interface
  • Optimized for Retina Display
  • Facebook and Twitter page integration
  • Includes launch video full version
  • Works on all iPhone and iPod touch models
  • iOS 4.3 tested
  • Supports iOS 3.1.3 or later

Requirements:
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later

$1.99
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Developers Website

Chris Caso - Chris Caso an entrepreneur from New Jersey who started a company in 2002 called CR Digital Design, Inc., a creative marketing company. Once the “App Boom” began his passion switch to the mobile industry. In 2009 he started AppDictions. Discovering new applications and sharing them with friends and family morphed into letting the world know through his blog AppDictions. Chris’s real world marketing skills was a great fit for mobile app developers and the success of the site proves it.
Chris has written 2276 awesome articles.

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