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Watch Guide for iPad*, iPhone* & Android
New version 2013
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later.
by MWallaceMD - USA - 09.01.2012
Lots of great photos and nice, quick-to-read synopses with a rating. If you're looking for in-depth reviews, look elsewhere. Basically all the more 'conventional' brands are additional purchases but the included free brands are some really interesting, esoteric and fabulous examples. Oddly, there are a lot of grammatical errors in the descriptions. Also, from my limited use thus far, the only way to download images is to download the entire library, a 2 Gb proposition. You can't just download one or two favorite images, though I simply may not have found that feature yet. In summary, lots of really unique watches with concise summaries, but all the 'usual suspects' (Lange, Breguet, etc) are additional $$.
Very interesting project
by Sir_Traston - Spain - 16.07.2011
This is an interesting project, with lots of info, well reasoned watch criticism and a HUGE amount of photographic information. The kind of criticism it presents is seldom seen in horological magazines, frequently biased in favor of the main brands, and is also shown in a clever graphic form, easy to understand and compare. But this app is not devoid of important flaws. First of them; It's a non finished app, meaning that they still have to input many of the horology brands and that the app, while perfectly stable, takes a very long time to load the high res images, effectively preventing casual browsing. In that respect, I preferred the first version where the images, while not being 'zoomable' took a much sho (...)
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