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Winged Chariot Galleries app

Review by Miranda West

iPad app   iPhone app   

Features: Pictures that can be set as your lock/home screen or enjoyed and shared with friends.

Production credits: Winged Chariot Press

Launch date: 14 December 2010

Winged Chariot Galleries app

Winged Chariot

Winged Chariot, the ever-innovative multi-lingual digital publishing outfit, has released a free-to-download Galleries app.  This beautifully designed catalogue features nearly 50 images by their talented portfolio of illustrators. Each image is linked to the artists’ website and can be saved as background wallpaper.

The app is not simply a thing of beauty that’s free, it is also an inventive way for Winged Chariot to showcase visual content online without having to print hundreds of costly catalogues.

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Winged Chariot Galleries app

Review by Miranda West, Children's Editor, The Literary Platform

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