Crutchfield Catalog

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  • Last update: 3 years ago
  • Version: 6.8.2
  • Size: 25.8 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Crutchfield New Media, LLC
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Crutchfield Catalog Review


Crutchfield has been a trusted name in audio and video gear for decades, ever since sending out their very first catalog in 1974.
In the Crutchfield Catalog app, you can browse the same catalogs you'd get in the mail -- but you also get layers of rich, interactive content built into every page. As you flip through the pages, you can tap any item to bring up additional product images, read a more detailed description, or watch related videos. You can even shop directly from the catalog when online.
Visit the application's Bookshelf to stream a catalog or download catalogs you wish to read offline. Developed specifically for the iPad, the app supports traditional touchscreen features such as pinch to zoom and both horizontal and vertical orientation.

Bookshelf Features
- Stream catalogs while on an Internet connection
- Download catalogs for offline reading
- Navigate between catalogs within the Bookshelf
- Get the newest catalogs pushed to your iPad or iPhone automatically

Other Features
- Finger swipe navigation
- Pinch to zoom
- Full or facing page screen orientations
- Convenient table of contents browsing


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  • S
    If this were the actual site but in an app version with cool mobile app features that still kept functionality, that would make for this app to be helpful. Unfortunately I'm going to have to continue to go on my internet app to get to your site. I tend to think about builds while out and about, not near a computer so it'd be nice to have this app let me access all of my wish list things and my cart so I can quickly check out my equipment! I've gone through you guys for years now, but it's time to update!
  • K
    Come on Crutchfield, you are supposed to be a leader in all things tech, at least from an AV perspective. How odd is it that you are using pre-2k technology by pushing out a catalog and not an application? What's up? Please get with the times, especially when it is in the area of technology which is supposed to be your area of expertise. Let's go...get with it. The catalog process is NOT the way to go.
  • m
    don't expect to see the actual catalog, or a shopping app like their website... it's none of that. pretty much completely worthless... take some of that printing costs for the million catalogs you print every year...and pay someone to develop a real app! like one that useful and usable...

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