Oregon based We-Envision today announces Art Authority 4.0, a major new release of their bestselling reference and educational app for iPad. Art Authority for iPad stunningly displays paintings and sculptures by major western artists from ancient times through current-day. Art Authority provides new and insightful ways for users to explore and experience the vast world of western painting and sculpture. Version 4.0 adds two major new features: advanced searching and extensive hyperlinking.
We-Envision today announced that Art Authority, their “Top 10” reference and educational app will be on sale for half price on Black Friday, November 26, 2010. Timed to coincide with Apple’s “Special one-day shopping event,” Art Authority for iPad and Art Authority for iPhone will each be 50% off through the iTunes App Store. Art Authority is the pinnacle of the companies’ line of over 100 “Envi” Web-image browsing apps.
Art History students at Seton Hill University will be using Art Authority for iPad as an integral part of their classes, the app’s creators and the University announced today. Art Authority for iPad is a key part of a pilot program aimed at understanding how the iPad and the app can aid, extend and transform the traditional learning environment. We-Envision is providing free copies of the app to art faculty and students as part of the pilot program.
Open Door Networks and Project A today announced that they are shipping Art Authority for the iPad through the iTunes Store. Art Authority, specifically designed for Apple’s new groundbreaking device, brings 40,000 high-resolution classic works of art to iPad users’ fingertips. The app stunningly displays paintings and sculptures by over 1000 major western artists from ancient times to today. It’s part world-class art museum, part academic reference library and part digital coffee-table book.