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'To celebrate the success of the official Louvre App, we’ve developed a new version with even more artworks and functions! Discover the museum and its most beautiful artworks, and stay updated thanks to our new Newsfeed function.•100 Louvre masterpieces in your pocket. The selection of museum must-sees now features Greek...
'To celebrate the success of the official Louvre App, we’ve developed a new version with even more artworks and functions! Discover the museum and its most beautiful artworks, and stay updated thanks to our new Newsfeed function.
•100 Louvre masterpieces in your pocket. The selection of museum must-sees now features Greek sculptures, paintings by Bosch, Titian, Raphael, Holbein, and Cranach, and a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci
•Over 500 images and details to zoom in on
•A presentation of the palace and its history, with a new introductory video to take you round the Louvre
•New functions for sharing your favorites with your friends, by email and on Facebook
•Regular updates on key events at the museum (exhibitions, publications, etc), and our “Visitor Information” section to help you prepare your visit (getting there, museum maps, opening hours, admission fees…)
Perfect for Louvre fans: via In-App purchase you can buy the most beautiful visuals to assign to your contacts, use as wallpaper and view as a slideshow.
Also new: an HD version of our App for iPad, with 150 masterpieces, informative texts by the museum’s experts, and high resolution images for detailed appreciation of the artworks.'