Tie Master Lite Nokia app Review


If you are still wearing clip-on ties then it is time to move on with your life.  Knowing how to properly tie a necktie is a skill that you will use throughout your life and even teach to your kids.  It is also a sign of class and business prowess.  If you can tie a variety of different knots, other people will notice and you will stand out among the other hundreds of thousands of businessmen out there.

The Tie Master Lite Nokia app shows you how to tie the Four-in-hand knot and promises that you can master it.  There are even some tutorial videos to help you out with it.  You should upgrade to the pro version to get a handle on ten different knots that can be tied and how they relate to different occasions and events.


  • This is the lite version which means it doesn’t have a ton of features, but it has enough to get you hooked
  • You can learn how to do the four-in-hand knot to stay looking casual while possessing an air of professionalism
  • To get more knots you will have to go to the app store and upgrade to the Pro version
  • The Pro Version has over ten different knots to choose from so that you can know what knot to tie for any occasion.  You can look professional when you need to, and casual when it’s appropriate
  • There is also a small video you can watch to help you with tying the best knots out there
  • The app works best when it is saved onto the phone’s memory


As far as education apps go this is a great one to have on hand if you are a male in the business world.  It can never hurt to get an edge in the business world, and this app can help you do just that.  You will have a variety of different knots you will learn how to tie and you can show off to coworkers that you take your dress seriously, and that you would make a good candidate for any position.  A cool idea for an app because tie knotting is one of those things males take pride in.  The only bad part about the app is that it only contains one knot for you to learn how to tie.  Most people already know at least one method of tying a tie, so it would have been smart to put at least two methods on there just in case people already know that one.  Would help it appeal to a larger market and get the app out to more people.

Voted 4 out of 5 stars by Nokia education app users and is currently free to download.