PhotoCal App for iPhone and iPad Organizes Photos in Calendar View

Those Days(+Journal/Calendar/Reminder/Photo) (AppStore Link)
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Those Days(+Journal/Calendar/Reminder/Photo)
Developer: YunaSoft Inc.
Price: $2.99 Download on the App Store

Yunasoft Inc. introduces PhotoCal 1.0 for iOS. Now iPhone and iPad users can see their pictures in a whole new way and know exactly what date they were taken. PhotoCal helps iPhone owners organize their photo collections and displays pictures on a calendar so that it is clear which dates they were taken.

Until now, iPhone users could view their photos in chronological order, but had no idea when exactly those pictures were taken. PhotoCal integrates with the iPhone's Photos app to provide a special calendar view which sorts photos and rearranges them to the calendar date the photos were taken. Events for that date are displayed to the right of the calendar so users can be reminded at which events the photos were taken.

"With PhotoCal, you can find and enjoy priceless pics from weddings and birthday parties with just a quick glance at your calendar," said Robert Kwon, CEO of YunaSoft. "There have been countless times when I've had to scroll through dozens if not hundreds of pics to find the one I was looking for, but PhotoCal lets you find the pictures taken on specific dates and see the events of that day so you can easily remember where those pics were taken."

PhotoCal makes organizing photos a seamless and fully automated process. Every pic that is taken with the iPhone's camera is automatically added to the calendar view.

While the focus of PhotoCal is organizing photos by the date they were taken, the app still retains the full productivity of a calendar. PhotoCal enables users to keep track of upcoming tasks and events, create or modify appointments, and set recurring meetings.

PhotoCal 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through the App Store in the Lifestyle category.

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