Appareil’s first ever photo and video app will launch on the App Store on July 12
Appareils first ever smartphone photo and videoconferencing app will be available on the iPhone, BlackBerry and Android App Stores this summer, the company said in a statement.
The app, called AppareIL, will offer the option of downloading the camera’s photos or video, with a focus on high quality images and videos.
AppareILS creators and the app’s team are currently working on developing a new app for the iPhone.
The photo and photo-video sharing functionality will be introduced at a later date.
The app will include a photo library of over 30,000 photos and video, and a video library of more than 1,500 videos.
The images and video will be stored in the app and the video will come as an image or video file, which will be added to the app when it’s finished.
Apparel companies such as Apparel Group have already made apps for Android devices, with the company’s app for Blackberrys recently launching in Canada.
The Apparel app is available for the BlackBerry Z10.1 smartphone, which launched in October.
The company has also released an app for Apple Watch, and the Apparel App for the Apple Watch is available in the US, Australia and New Zealand.
The service is currently available in select countries.