MoMA iPhone App Brings its Museum to Life

If you’re one of those people who wants to get more out of your museum experience, you’ll appreciate this new app by MoMA. Not only will you be able to quickly plan your trip, you’ll be able to dive deeper into MoMA’s art by reading a synopsis or listening to one of their audio tours. They’ve even divided up their art by section so if you’re interested in, let’s say Photography, you can quickly see what’s at MoMA before you make your way over to see the actual photos. Here are some of the app’s different sections:

The app is free and just launched yesterday. I just downloaded it myself and have been looking through it this morning. So far, I find it very useful and easy to navigate around. Read more about it, here. via CoolHunting



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