22 July, 2011

Art in Yorkshire iPhone app - Supported by Tate

We recently contributed to the Art in Yorkshire iPhone app - Supported by Tate, and we're pleased to announce that it features in the iTunes app store as 'New and Noteworthy'. A well-deserved success!

The app is a guide and interpretive tool for exhibitions and events taking place in museums and galleries throughout Yorkshire.

You can browse exhibitions, artists, venues and themes, recommend with a like, share with your friends, and find the code at the venue to leave your appinion (love this!)

It is an absolute pleasure to use. But don't take my word for it - here are some of the reviews on iTunes:

"I used this at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park... Fantastic app, really well put together with loads of info. If you like art, you'll love this!"
This app is extremely well designed. Great for finding details and reviews of art exhibitions in Yorkshire. I would love for this platform to be expanded to cover the whole UK. Great work!"
"Great little app: easy to use, loads of info, and smashing design. Just a shame there aren't more Appinions about. Love to unlock more of that content!"

Congratulations to Axisweb who developed the app in collaboration with fuse8, and in partnership with Leeds Met Gallery & Studio Theatre.

Art in Yorkshire Supported by Tate is a year long celebration of the visual arts in 19 art galleries throughout Yorkshire.

3 comments:

cahjubb said...

Hi, can something be developed for Android please?

Lucy said...

Hi Cahjubb

I just wanted to respond as one of the people who have worked on the Art in Yorkshire - supported by Tate app. You can use our mobile compatible website, http://art.yorkshire.com, to access the majority of the features in the app. And look out for the QR codes at each venue - scan them and leave your 'Appinion' - no matter what platform your phone uses.
We hope that we will be able to develop for iPhone AND Android in the future.
Lucy

Guzzi sager said...

I am completely impressed! Keep stuff like this coming.
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