Sometimes it’s easy to start thinking that we’ve seen everything that iPad apps have to offer. It begins to look like permutations of the same interfaces and features remixed in a different way. Then something like the super clever Foldify comes along and blows you away. An app that combines Papercraft, the art of folding patterns of paper to form 3D objects, the iPad’s screen and Apple’s AirPrint into a super clever package that surprised and delighted me. The app is developed by the small Polish app house Pixle, and it feels like exactly the sort of thing that the iPad was made for. No, not for folding paper, but for doing things that would feel awkward or less intuitive on the iPhone or another small device. The small team of coder Krzysztof Zabłocki and designers Mariusz and his wife Renata Ostrowski have created something simple, unique and clever, all while working in their ‘spare’ time. (via Foldify glues together Papercraft, the iPad and AirPrint to create a rare and delightful experience - The Next Web)

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    Appresent for Christmas ?
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  4. ridwanabadi reblogged this from thenextweb and added:
    This one is really cool! Can’t wait to play with it, i hope it looks great on iPad mini too :)
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  6. bryanjackson5 reblogged this from thenextweb and added:
    Super idea.
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    Sometimes it’s easy to start thinking that we’ve seen everything that iPad apps have to offer. It begins to look like...
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    foldify…wow.
  9. tobiasvemmenby reblogged this from thenextweb and added:
    Seems fantastic! I may have to get an AirPrint capable pinter just for this app…
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    i fucking love this app.
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