The Mac App Store editorial team rated Art Authority the best reference app in the U.S.
Art Authority, developed by Open Door Networks and Project A, takes the user on a elegant journey through significant art history. Art Authority boasts at having 3x the number of artworks of any other art app out there.
With the touch or swipe of a finger on your iPad you can tour exhibition rooms that are organized by period or geographical significance or get detailed information on artists and artwork. It’s a fun and easy way to view ancient artworks, contemporary works, and everything in-between.
The New York Times said it’s “an experience unlike any other.”
If you’re looking to expand your art history horizons from the comfort of your couch or while sipping a latte in Starbucks, then this high-tech art reference app is right up your alley. You can download it at the app from the iTunes store for under $10. We here at The Bare Square like anything that makes art more fun and accessible (read about the Egalitarian Revolution), so we’re joining the Mac App Store in giving Art Authority two thumbs up.
[Editor's Note: If you enjoyed this high-tech art app, make sure to check out Google's Art Project!!]