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How to Tie a Tie — 3D Animated

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Learn to tie a tie correctly with this reference app

How to Tie a Tie — 3D Animated

by Sergey Burlakov
How to Tie a Tie — 3D Animated
How to Tie a Tie — 3D Animated
How to Tie a Tie — 3D Animated
$1.99 in the App Store

Learn to tie a tie correctly with this reference app.

What is it about?

“Free today with ‘App of the Day’.

How to Tie a Tie — 3D Animated

App Details

Version
1.0.2
Rating
(123)
Size
27Mb
Genre
Reference Lifestyle
Last updated
June 3, 2014
Release date
March 6, 2013
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

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***** Animated 3D instructions *****

The proper knot on your tie, nicely and correctly tied — is that a problem for you? The “How to Tie a Tie — 3D Animated” app will turn this problem into a pleasure. There is a tie knot for any occasion and for any taste: wide or narrow, large or small, symmetric or asymmetric, necktie or bowtie. The descriptions of the knots will tell you everything about their shapes, sizes, virtues and drawbacks. The 3D Animated step-by-step instructions are wonderfully easy to follow: you don’t have to rack your brain about special symbols and schemes with arrows — the instructions are animated! Just watch the animation and copy every move. You may repeat the animation of each step to make sure you’ve done no mistake, and short text tips will be helpful if something still stays unclear. Spare your time and nerves! 12 essential tie knots will always be at hand in your mobile device, and you will look stylish in any situation.

With our app you will learn such knots as:

— Windsor knot
— Half-Windsor knot
— Four-in-Hand Knot
— Pratt knot
— Oriental knot
— Plattsburgh knot
— Cavendish knot
— Kelvin knot
— St. Andrew knot
— Victoria knot
— Hanover knot
— Bow tie knot