Amazing apps for all art lovers

Isn’t it great that thanks to technology we are able to travel using VR, gamble online with kod i8 yang disyorkan, or learn whatever we want? I, for example, love learning about art, but the art world is vast, and there’s a lot to learn about it. Luckily, apps like Google Arts and Culture and ARTSY make it easier for arts lovers to get access to art history, share their own work with the world, or even just get inspired by great artists. With these apps at your fingertips, you’ll never run out of new ways to enjoy both old classics and cutting-edge contemporary works alike!

Google Arts and Culture

If you’re an art lover, Google Arts and Culture is the app for you. It’s a simple way to explore amazing art from around the world—and if you have a phone with a camera, all it takes is a few clicks to get started.

As soon as you open the app, it’ll ask if you’d like to use your phone’s camera or type in a search term. If you choose to search by image instead of text, simply point your phone at an artwork (or snap one of your own), and Google will do its magic: The software will recognize what it sees and show similar works based on its AI algorithms.

To find more specific results than just “similar” paintings by that artist or period, tap on “Artwork details” at the top-right corner of any result page; here’s where things get really interesting! This really makes it easy for you to find out anything you want to know about a specific work of art or even find inspiration similar to that piece.


ARTSY is a social network for art lovers. It has a huge database of artworks with good search and curator features. It also allows users to create their own collections. The app makes it easy to share artworks with your friends, as well as learn more about the artists who created them.

Museum of me

Museum of Me is another social network for art lovers. It’s free to download and available on iOS and Android, but you should note that it does require an in-app purchase to unlock its full functionality. That said, there are still plenty of features available even if you don’t make the purchase—you can create an account, explore artworks from different collections around the world, join discussions about specific pieces or artists, and more. The app also includes a database with information on over 1 million works created by over 30k artists (including some familiar names like Monet), so if you want to learn more about your favorite masterpieces or find out what other people think about them before visiting an exhibition yourself this might be just what you need!

The best feature of this app though? You guessed it—it has a feature called “My Collection” where you can upload photos from your phone’s gallery so that others can see them.

Author: Fire Fly