How to tie a tie with the help of your Android, iOS or Windows Phone apps

How to tie a tie with the help of your Android, iOS or Windows Phone apps
If your job doesn't require it, chances are you aren't the suit type, and getting in the middle of nowhere for that destination wedding, then realizing you have no idea how to make a tie knot, nor do those around you, can be rather frustrating.

Fret not, as there are numerous apps for your Android, iOS, or Windows Phone that can help you do exactly that, with a number of tie knot variations even, in case you want to get fancy. Some even include video tutorials in them, besides the usual schemes and drawings, so check out the collection below, and load one up on your device when in trouble.

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4 Comments

4. johnbftl

Posts: 283; Member since: Jun 09, 2012

If you are male and above the age of 13, there is absolutely no excuse for not knowing how to put on a tie. It's a basic life skill all men should know.

3. jellmoo

Posts: 2687; Member since: Oct 31, 2011

Cool apps. Learning how to tie a tie is actually kind of fun. Start simple with something like an Oriental or Four in Hand knot, and master the heck out of it. Then branch out and learn other, more complicated knots. The key is to learn when to use which knot. A trinity or eldritch knot is fancy and showy, but not the sort of knot you'd use to most job interviews, for example.

2. jroc74

Posts: 6023; Member since: Dec 30, 2010

Yea I used a couple of these recently. Came in handy. Having a smartphone really is useful.

1. Gaurav008

Posts: 328; Member since: Jul 20, 2012

I learned How to Tie a Tie from the (1st one) "How to Tie a Tie". Pretty neat that. :)

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