Interior design software have had an evolution quite similar to video games. From humble beginnings to the power on display now. Live Interior 3D Pro carries on this tradition.

And it carries it into the mobile world with style and assurance.

This fully functional home and interior design app lets you build and furnish anything you can imagine, from a cozy apartment to a luxurious office. Even skyscrapers. You can create 2D floor plans, or take things into the third dimension and have your design rendered in gorgeous 3D.

A look at the official description:

“Fully functional home and interior design app for Windows 8 that caters to both professionals and hobbyists. Build and design anything, from a forty floor skyscraper, to your apartment, or even an office space.”

This is a premium app, through and through, make no muddle about it.

You get more than 1,200 high quality 3D objects that you can place in your scenes, apply materials, move them, rotate, make adjustment to the lights, walk around, and more. Even the download size in the range of 407.3MB is tremendous, as is at least 2GB of storage space for installation.

Live Interior 3D Pro retails for $19.99. A trial is available, as is a free lite version.

Extra features can be availed using in-app purchases — things like import and export of various 3D file formats, along with high resolution creations up to 6000 pixels in size. For x86, x64 and ARM.

Click here to check out Live Interior 3D Pro on the Windows Store.

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  • Abe Lincoln

    Looks like a great app for anyone interested in Interior Design. I’d love to try it out, but I’m not interested enough in it to pay $20. Oh well. Hopefully someone else can let me know how it is.

    • Mario29

      I agree. Does anyone have any idea how useful and realistic this app is? I’m guessing for twenty bucks it’s pretty spectacular, but I’d like a first person account.

  • Irene

    There is a free trial in the Windows Store, and the app is 50% off till September 7th.