Fotopedia Women of the World for iPhone and iPad is a tribute to the diversity, beauty and strength of women on this earth

"Women make up 50% of the global population, 40% of the global workforce, yet women own only 1% of the world's wealth". This fact is the first thing you read upon launching Fotopedia Women of the World before diving into this tribute to the diversity, beauty and strength of women on this earth.

Fotopedia Womeon of the World is filled with hundreds of beautiful images and stories of women from 75 different countries. Through photographer Olivier Martel's art, you will witness the fighting spirit of these women in the face of human, political, religious or dramatic events. In her words,

It's about giving people their dignity in a photographic homage that takes the form of a search for beauty.

Some of the women you will discover in Fotopedia Women of the world include a woman whose daughter had just been saved from malaria, girl-soldiers in Mozambique, nuns in the convents in France, and Ivory Coast healers who are feared for their power.

This is a must have app for any photojournalism lover. Even if you don't have time to read all the stories or flick through every photo, Fotopedia has equipped the app with a slideshow so that you can enjoy seeing the images displayed on your iPhone or iPad while going about your day.

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Leanna Lofte

App and Photography Editor at iMore. Mother, wife, and math instructor. Follow her on Twitter @llofte and send her apps to consider for review at

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TheUI says:

Ladies, I love yo faces!

GraysonIP says:

Thanks, Leanna. I downloaded the app and I look forward to reviewing the images and information. I appreciate that you shared this. It's not usual for the iMore audience, but I definitely appreciate it.

Irene says:

You dont need a home wifi nwetork at all. If you see in the video he creates a nwetork from the laptop. In essence the laptop becomes the router and the iPad connects directly to the laptop (its called an Ad-Hoc nwetork, all modern operating systems and most new wifi cards can support them) So with that in mind, you could DJ in a cave 10 miles below the earths surface, just as long you are in within 25m (dependent on wifi card) of the computer. Hope that clears things up.

Mark says:

yes2. you do not need ietnus3. MC should work fineIf something goes wrong you can always sync it with ietnus again just put your ipod into DFU mode and connect it to ietnus to restore it