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Knots Guide for iPad

The Knots Guide application is a simple quick reference collection of different knots

Knots Guide for iPad is very similar to the essential app Knot Guide

Knots Guide for iPad

by Max Soderstrom
Knots Guide for iPad
Knots Guide for iPad
Knots Guide for iPad
FREE in the App Store

Knots Guide for iPad is very similar to the essential app Knot Guide. It is created by a different developer and it shows. This app does not have the high polish that the other one has. The images in many cases are fuzzy and not clear. The positive of this app is that it is free. The information and images make this app hardly worthwhile though it is free.

What is it about?

The Knots Guide application is a simple quick reference collection of different knots. Currently the application contains 92 knots divided into 10 categories.

Knots Guide for iPad

App Details

Version
2.0
Rating
(190)
Size
11Mb
Genre
Productivity Reference
Last updated
June 23, 2014
Release date
September 3, 2010
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

The Knots Guide application is a simple quick reference collection of different knots. Currently the application contains 92 knots divided into 10 categories.

Features
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- 92 knots
- Illustrations and descriptions of each knot
- 10 categories(Bend, Binding, Climbing, Decorative, Fishing, Hitch, Looping, Running, Stopper and Whipping)

Some included knots
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Albright knot
Anglers loop
Ashley's bend
Ashley's Stopper knot
Beer knot
Bimini Twist knot
Blood knot
Boa knot
Bottle Sling
Bumper knot
Carrick bend
Diamond knot
Double Overhand knot
Double Fisherman's knot
Dropper loop
Fisherman's knot
Euro Death knot
Figure-eigth knot
Flemish bend
Hangman's knot
Monkeys fist
Nail knot
Overhand knot
Packer's knot
Running Bowline
Stranglers knot
Stevedore knot
Surgeon's knot
Tarbuck
Thief knot
True Lover's knot
Water knot
Zeppelin bend
Zeppelin loop


How To
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If the device is used in portrait mode, then click the Knots List button in the top left corner to choose a specific Knot category. When pressing a category the user is presented with all the knots related to that category. By further clicking on a specific knot a more detailed view with illustrations and text is shown. If the device is used in landscape mode the categories are automatically displayed in the left side of the view.

Note1: Ad Supported!

Note2: A knot is a method for fastening or securing linear material such as rope by tying or interweaving. Due to England's strong naval tradition, the English language has a large technical vocabulary for describing knots.