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Threadless releases an iOS app

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The popular design site Threadless has officially released an iOS app. Hoodie and t-shirt fans can rejoice as they can now submit, vote on, and buy their favorite designs in a more streamlined and convenient way on all iOS 7 devices.

For those unfamiliar, Threadless is a crowd sourced site, where users submit art or designs to be used by the Chicago, IL based company to print onto t-shirts and hoodies. They also host contest for specific design themes, with the most popular (by fan votes) being produced. In addition, the most purchased designs find their way to the “Other Stuff” section of the site, where they are printed as canvas art, wallets or cellphone cases.

Threadless did have an active mobile site available, but this is the first native app in the company’s history. With over 300,000 designs submitted, and around 3,000 printed, Threadless has an undeniable following, and being able to reach them in a more convenient mobile space will surely help broaden their user base.

In addition to the main mobile app, Threadless will also be releasing a companion app for Type Tees, a design app solely for typeface and slogan shirts.

At the moment, there is no Android app to go along with the iOS release or any word on one in development. So Android users will have to use the original mobile site.

via- Tech Crunch


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