The iPhone maker is making an app that lets users build, design and sell their buildings.
The new Apple AppStore listing, for Architectural Designs, lets users “build, design, sell, manage and display their own architectural designs and portfolios” using iOS and Mac devices.
Apple describes the app as an “architectural design app for iOS and OS X” and says it’s compatible with all the popular “archival” tools, including Apple’s SketchUp and Photoshop.
Apple said Architectural Design will let users create and edit digital photos, videos, drawings and architectural images, as well as create new digital assets and upload them to the Apple App Store.
The app will be free for the first six months, but users can pay a monthly fee of $5 to upgrade to Architectural Designer Pro.
Apple says Architectural Drawings is also free, but it’s a separate app with a different pricing structure.
The Architectural app is a departure from Apple’s previous Architectural Tools, which allowed users to build and edit photos and other digital assets.
The company’s latest move comes after it announced that it will be launching an Apple App store listing in partnership with The Architectural Group, a design and architecture firm.
Apple had previously launched the Architectural tools, which were available for developers to sell directly through the App Store in 2013.