Ma Garde Robe (My Dressing) Open Beta Available

Ma Garde Robe (My Dressing) Open Beta Available

XDA member ChemicalMoon originally posted information about Ma Garde Robe (My Dressing in English) in order to gain participants for a closed beta trial of the application. However, ChemicalMoon announced recently that the app is temporarily available at no charge for its open beta stage of development. The developer is eager that people try Ma Garde Robe out and provide feedback to help with the refinement process.

Ma Garde Robe is an application designed to assist when making one of life’s toughest decisions: choosing what to wear. You can use the application to add your own clothes to its database and quickly sort through them, combining different items to complete your outfit without the hassle of rifling through piles of clothes.

To get your hands on the open beta version, search for ‘Ma Garde Robe’ in the Android App Market. Although, this open beta is free to use, it will expire on the 15th September. Feedback for the application may be discussed in the app thread.

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Ben Elliott
Ben Elliott

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