Gap launches fashionable app for iPad
With the iPad now unleashed and roaming the States in numbers, big name apps are starting to emerge already.
And Gap has brought an app out, too. Just kidding – they’re a big enough name in the clothing world. Although they didn’t call it the Gap App, funnily enough.
It was actually christened the “Gap 1969 Stream”, after the year the company was born.
The app, which is described as a new way to shop online, lets the user browse through fresh denim looks and styles, before allowing them to purchase.
It also contains a number of celebrity photos, designer videos and other bits and pieces.
The 62MB app is free, as well, although currently only available in the States, naturally enough given the iPad isn’t out here yet.
When Apple launches its tablet in the UK, you can expect Gap to follow over here.
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