Knot App .. excellent and free

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Knot App .. excellent and free

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This very popular and very highly rated app is currently free once again. Suggest getting this if you missed it previously.

From here:

iOS link:
Android link: ... ix.knots3d

And, from the website ..

Used by sailors, arborists, fishermen, firefighters, climbers, military and boy and girl scouts the world over, Knots 3D will quickly and easily teach you how to tie even the most difficult knot!


•  Google Play Editors' Choice designation
•  Winner of Google Play Best of 2017, Hidden Gem category.
•  Included in Scouting Magazine's "Best Scouting Apps of 2016"

With more than 150 knots, Knots 3D will be your go-to reference. Grab some rope and have fun.

Permissions: NO INTERNET AND NO OTHER PERMISSIONS (Eg, Location etc) REQUIRED. Completely self-contained.

Product Features and Functions:

•  152 unique knots with new ones added frequently.
•  Browse by category or search by name or common synonym.
•  Landscape and portrait modes and full screen (zoom in to see greater detail).
•  Watch knots tie themselves and pause or adjust the speed of the animation at any time .
•  Rotate knots in 360 degree, 3D views to study them from any angle.
•  Interact with the knot on screen by "scrubbing" your finger over the knot to advance or rewind the animation.
•  Dark mode / Light Mode
•  No advertisements. No in-app purchases. No subscriptions. Ever!


English, Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish!

The entire list of knots can be found here:

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Re: Knot App .. excellent and free

Post by rseydler »

and knot to take away from the portability of an app, this is where I typically go when in front of a larger screen..
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