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New iPhone App Keeps Track Of Outfits You’ve Worn And Loved

New iPhone App Keeps Track Of Outfits You’ve Worn And Loved
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A clothing cataloging app helps users keep track of various favorite ensembles.

Alice Chan
  • 19 december 2011

Cloth is a new iOS app that offers users an easily accessible catalog solution of their favorite outfits. The app, developed by Seth Porges and his girlfriend, fashion designer Wray Serna, aims to help busy fashionistas keep track of clothing pieces. Users simply snap a photo of their outfits, add tags or notes, and the photo will be instantly cataloged. The app’s feed features all of the outfits in a grid, in chronological order and users can also view outfits by category.

Cloth’s unique function lies in its absence of a built-in social network, so there’s no registration required. Still, those who would like to share ensembles can do so via Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. The app features gamification elements that allows users to collect points and badges for taking photos and sharing them. The app costs $1.99 and is available now at the iTunes store. Watch a demo video of the app below:

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