A clothing organizer and management software is probably not a software that you read about regularly. HomyFads Clothing Organizer is an easy to use free application to manage apparel and wardrobe on a computer.
The software supports the creation of multiple wardrobes, that consist of one or multiple freely configurable item collections. Each item in a collection is represented by an image, that can either be loaded from the file browser, or by dragging and dropping it into the program interface.
Each item is defined by tags, that are also freely selectable by the user. All items of a collection make use of the same set of tags, so that they only need to be defined once for all items of that collection.
All collections that have been created for the selected wardrobe are listed in the left sidebar. Here it is possible to take a look at each collection individually, say shoes, dresses, handbags or accessories, or all of them together by selecting All Collections.
Each item is represented by a thumbnail image, which improves the identification of the items tremendously.
A single-click on an item displays the tags of that item, a double-click displays the photo of the item in full view.
Multiple wardrobes can be created in the clothing organizer. This for instance helps to separate different clothing sets, say work related and casual, or to use an individual wardrobe for each family or household member.
A search form on top finds items based on their names or defined tags. HomyFads Clothing Organizer currently lacks several features that would improve the quality of the application. It could for instance use a feature to copy the tags of one collection to another, to import or export wardrobes or collections, or to generate a html page with a specific collection or wardrobe. Another interesting option would be to to mark clothes and accessories as available, and offer an option to select the clothes for the upcoming days.
Interested users can download the clothing organizer from the developer's website at Sunlitgreen.com.
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