Trendabl iPhone app tracks fashion through photos

Apr 4, 2012
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Fashionistas can rejoice. Trendabl, available for iPhone and iPod Touch, is here to keep you on top of the trends with help from celebs, designers and other fashion lovers like yourself. Through the Trendabl network, accessible through an account or Facebook connect, users can upload and view photos of fashion items to share with the […]

Fashionistas can rejoice. Trendabl, available for iPhone and iPod Touch, is here to keep you on top of the trends with help from celebs, designers and other fashion lovers like yourself.

Through the Trendabl network, accessible through an account or Facebook connect, users can upload and view photos of fashion items to share with the rest of the app population. Photos can be taken live or uploaded from your library and Trendabl offers seven filters to enhance your image. Much of Trendabl’s beauty is in its tagging functionality. Before you submit your photo, the app asks for an optional caption and for you to select the brand, store, item color and price range. The brand and store lists are comprehensive and enhance the user experience because you’ll actually have a chance of tracking down a pictured item if you want to add it to your wardrobe.

Submissions can be browsed by category type such as shoes, outwear or jewelry, or searched by brand, store, color or price. Feeds display the most recent and popular submissions, which is a good way to find other Trendabl users to follow and interact with. Trendabl has support from celebs such as Diane von Furstenberg, Michael Kors and Brad Goreski, but finding a list of these recommended users is buried in the profile section.

Trendabl’s intuitive UI makes sharing your outfits of the day pleasant and with increased support of fashion-industry heavy hitters, I see this app gaining traction in the near future.

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Kathryn Swartz

Kathryn Swartz is a freelance writer/editor who doesn't know how people lived pre iPhone. She attended the Missouri School of Journalism.

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