The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's New iPad App
on 06 August 2015
For those who wish to visit but can’t make the trip, New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum has just released a dedicated iPad app to explore its vast collection. Through the app, users from all over the world can view public exhibitions as well as in-house archives—and it’s not just a bunch of photos. The app contains audio commentary, video interviews, essays and even information on the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building itself. Users with disabilities are also able to digitally tour the museum, as it’s been designed with sign language and closed captioning.