Curator today released the latest version of their creativity app bringing it to the iPhone for the first time. It mixes the best of Evernote, Pinter- est and Powerpoint with the aim of making a mobile tool as powerful as desktop software.
Curator & Co was founded in London, UK by architect Daniel Nordh, previously working for the Mayor of London, for the City of Stockholm, Sweden and as a record label manager launching the career of Little Dragon amongst others. Co-founder Jerome Rigaud is a designer and developer that has previously worked with MoMa, Barbican, Daft Punk, the Bouroullec brothers and other icons in the design world.
“It’s been incredibly inspiring to see amazing people use Curator for iPad over the last year. From London’s top design talent at the ‘Creative Process’ events at the Victoria & Albert Museum to five year old primary school children using it for visual learning. We are really excited to launch Curator for iPhone and take the creative process truly mobile.” – says Daniel Nordh, Founder of Curator
Curator was originally launched in November 2013 and quickly got picked up by Apple as one of the ‘best new apps’ in the productivity category due to its unique hybrid take on the process of collecting, organising and presenting your ideas in a simple and beautiful visual interface. Curator enables you to gather websites, images and text together in a visual grid where content can be reordered by simple drag-and-drop or viewed and presented full screen. It also lets you pick content from your Dropbox, Instagram, Facebook and other cloud accounts to counter the increasing fragmentation of digital content on mobile.
“People today expect to be able to do serious work on their mobile de- vices, and rightly so. We are making Curator into the No.1 tool for the creative process, regardless of platform. You won’t need desktop tools like InDesign and Powerpoint to get work done. Focus on the content and Cu- rator will help you publish or present it anywhere.’ – says Daniel Nordh, Founder of Curator