The multilingual App is called Shroud 2.0, and will be widely available starting March 29. It features high-def photos, as well as background and research information on the Shroud.
It is currently housed in Turin, Italy, and has been made available mostly to scientists. The App will include some of their findings, like forensic analysis and preservation data.
Users can magnify images, which allows them to see the “hidden” details, like the red and white wax drops from candle ceremonies during the burial.
The limited version of the App is free, with a cost of 3.59 for the utmost level of the app.