Datacolor releases SpyderGallery™ 1.1 iPad® display calibration application with improved user features
First-ever colour calibration iPad app offers customers best in custom colour profiling
Lawrenceville, NJ –7th July, 2011 – Datacolor® (www.datacolor.com, a global leader in colour management solutions, today announces the release of its SpyderGallery™ iPad® app version 1.1 available for free download on the Apple® App Store. Originally introduced to the market by Datacolor last month, SpyderGallery is the first ever colour calibration app to allow for custom colour profiling of iOS devices and is the first to provide a viewer to apply custom colour corrections to images. To date, the app has received thousands of downloads.
The improved SpyderGallery 1.1, in addition to its earlier app features, offers more reliability for RAW and large JPEG image file support, faster thumbnail generation, display and scrolling, and no longer requires ‘Location Services’ to be enabled, which was the number one request among current users. When disabled, SpyderGallery will use the standard photo picker to browse albums and select images from the iPad photo library.
“Following the initial success of the SpyderGallery launch, we began making developments to enhance its user features based upon our customer feedback,” said Knut Fenner, Vice President, Imaging Color Solutions, Datacolor. “It’s our continued mission to meet the needs and expectations of professional photographers and the new version of SpyderGallery solidifies this undertaking.”
“More and more of our customers are using the iPad as a tool to display their portfolio. With SpyderGallery we offer them the assurance that their intended colours are displayed correctly on the iPad,” said Doris Brown, Vice President, Marketing, Datacolor. “We’re proud to be the first to bring our colour calibration technology to the tablet market.”
Datacolor’s SpyderGallery version 1.1 is available for free download from the App Store on iPad www.itunes.com/appstore/. For more information on SpyderGallery for iPad, please visit www.datacolor.com/goto/spydergallery.