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Building Envi


Building Envi
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Description

The world's most famous buildings, in your pocket! Building Envi brings Web-based photos of many of the greatest buildings in the world to your iPhone. It's a breathtaking tour of some of the most impressive structures humankind has ever created.

From the Sydney Opera House to the White House, from the Eiffel Tower to Big Ben, from the Temple Mount to the Taj Mahal, from the Great Pyramid in Giza to the Great Wall of China, Building Envi displays Web-based architecture photos the way you would expect on the iPhone: full screen, with multi-touch controls, in automated slide shows or scrolling image arrays. Famous architects like Gaudi, Gehry, Pei, Wright and Venturi. The biggest and tallest buildings like the Burj Dubai, Willis Tower, Taipei 101 and Petronas Twin Towers. Building Envi brings them all from the Web to you.

The app is also more than just a bunch of pretty pictures. It includes access to in-depth information on buildings and architects, and the ability to view their locations in the Maps application. You can even add other architectural collections.

Please also check out our other Envi apps, all based on the acclaimed iEnvision Web-image browser. Classic and modern art and architecture, hot sports cars, cool haircuts, outer space from planet Earth to the furthest reaches of the Hubble, the great outdoors, and lots of just plain fun. There's an Envi app for that!

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