Tying a necktie isn’t as easy as it looks. Heck, I’m glad I don’t have to do it very often now that my school days have passed.
For those who do still need to tie a knot on a daily basis, why not check out Tie Assistant?
For only $0.99, the app teaches the user how to knot 15 different types of neckties. These include Kent, Four-in-Hand knot, Double Windsor, Half Windsor, Oriental, Pratt, Kelvin, Saint Andrew, Manhattan, Plattsburgh, Diagonal, Onassis, Atlantic, Baltus, Hannover and Cross knot. Each knot comes with a brief description of what it actually is, such as if it’s symmetrical or considered a classic knot.
Besides teaching such skills in a simple manner through concise imagery, Tie Assistant also recommends knots depending on the situation.
It’s an ideal way of learning how to tie a necktie and it has the extra benefit of educating users in different knots that they might not have tried before.
Tie Assistant is available now, priced at $0.99.
Released: 2012-01-06 :: Category: Lifestyle
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