Lookatart For WP7 Appeases Your Inner Art Afficionado
Ever wanted to look at some fine art on your mobile device only to realize that the image that you just located in Google Image Search is simply not at a high enough resolution to appease your inner art snob? Well, as always, XDA-Developers has a solution for you. XDA member Gaploid has created a wonderful free app, in which some of the most notable pieces from around the globe are viewable. Not only are the works of art viewable–they are available with up to 160 megapixels of digital glory. Additionally, there is a snapshot feature, perfect for creating your own unique lockscreen wallpapers. Currently, the selection consists of 63 prolific painters from the 17th through 19th centuries.
If you’re interested in infusing some fine art into your Windows Phone 7 device, make sure to continue on to the application thread.
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