Reporting Matt Roush
SOUTHFIELD — Just in time for the North American International Auto Show comes the first WWJ Technology Report App of the Week, the Auto Show Passport.
Developed for the Detroit Auto Dealers Association by Cincinnati, Ohio-based Openfield Creative, the app is for iPads only. So far there’s no iPhone or Android version.
It was developed to showcase the NAIAS in Detroit and the world’s other top auto shows, from Frankfurt to Paris to Tokyo.
The app features 11,000 photos of the top models displayed in the world’s auto shows in 2011 and 2012. Openfield Creative co-founder Josh Barnes said the app will add 400 to 500 new photos of auto shows throughout 2013, starting with the year’s first major auto show, the NAIAS.
The app also allows users to save specific photos to their favorites, allowing them to create their own dream garage collection.
For more information or to download the app, visit http://autoshowpassport.com/.
The WWJ Technology Report will feature a new Michigan-related app every Monday. To submit an app for consideration, email Technology Report editor Matt Roush at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at (248) 455-7380.