May 31, 2011 – PRESS SUMMARY – Datacolor® announced the release of its SpyderGallery™ iPad® app available for free download on the Apple® App Store. Datacolor is the first to develop an app to allow for custom color profiling of iOS devices and is the first to provide a viewer to apply custom color corrections to images.
iPad users who download the SpyderGallery app can enjoy color corrected viewing of their photos in the standard photo library albums. The app provides an easy-to-use calibration utility for owners of Datacolor’s Spyder3 display calibration solutions to create a custom color profile on their iPad. Using the Spyder3, the app will measure and profile color on the iPad and then apply color correction to images displayed through the SpyderGallery. Viewing images through the color-managed viewer will allow for more accurate colors and provide users with a closer match to desktop monitors and other color-managed displays.
“For photographers who use the iPad as a portable portfolio tool, SpyderGallery is a critical component to their photo gear to ensure work is being displayed correctly,” said Knut Fenner, Vice President, Imaging Color Solutions, Datacolor. “Those wanting to display images while on-the-go, whether for professional or personal use, will no longer need to compromise color accuracy for the convenience of the iPad.”
“I’ve been using Datacolor products for over 10 years, and the same calibration perfection I get with my monitor I now get on my iPad; that’s amazing,” said Sarah Silver, NY-based fashion and beauty photographer.
- Color correct your iPad and iPad 2
- View all images loaded on iPad in one easy to use gallery viewer, no photo importing required
- Personal photo watermarking feature
- Pixel-level zooming capabilities
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