A book with a unique twist?
That’s what you’ll find on the internet with the help of a new app.
The new Corduroys, which launched on Tuesday, are available on the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon and Windows Phone app stores.
Users can search for a specific book, and then select a “cord” (pronounced “cob”), from their catalog.
Once they have a book selected, they can click a button to “browse” it on a computer or mobile device.
The app shows a list of books, and you can click on a book to view its metadata and description.
“I like the simplicity,” said Daniel Gorman, who founded the Corduroypark app with his wife, Trish, to create Corduroyn books.
“The way it makes it easier to browse through all of your old books is pretty cool.”
You can search the catalog and browse by genre, or even “search for a particular author or title,” according to the app’s description.
The apps aim to make it easier for consumers to discover and buy books, even if they aren’t familiar with the book industry.
“You can have a corduroy party in your living room and you know everyone’s going to pick up a book and it will be their favorite book, but there’s a big gap between the first two chapters of the book,” said Gorman.
“If you want to buy the first chapter, you need to have a good understanding of the industry, the publishing process, and how the publishing system works.
We want to help people understand the history of books and the importance of their work, as well as the importance and quality of the books they’re buying.”
He added that the app is still in beta.
“We haven’t seen the full app yet,” Gorman said.
The App Store has already received a lot of praise for its app-savvy design, with many of the app-friendly features such as the search box and a new category feature.
The CorduroYPark app, however, is the first to bring its unique features to the internet, with Gorman saying the new app is not just a library, but also a “virtual library.”
“It’s like having your library online,” G Norman said.
“It is an online library.
You can download a book, view its page on the web, browse through its metadata, and even watch it play on YouTube.”
CorduroYorks first product, which is already available for iOS and Android, allows you to browse by title, author, and more.
It is also available for the Kindle, Mac and PC.
Gorman plans to continue adding other book genres and authors, including “books about the arts and humanities.”
He hopes that Corduroies new features will help people discover and discover books.