Los Angeles, California – Announcing that YunaSoft Inc., the developer of PhotoCal, has released the latest update for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Those Days 2.0, the new name for PhotoCal, is a photo and calendar app in one, but it also brings an impressive lineup of new features to the party! Not only can users efficiently arrange and view their photos, but Those Days 2.0 also lets them keep a daily journal, create reminders, and tag photos, events, and journal entries. Also new with this version is iCloud support for all tags and entries; so even if the user deletes the app, everything they’ve added is still accessible via iCloud!
The app also automatically arranges images in chronological order and displays them on the device’s monthly calendar view along with all of the user’s upcoming appointments, errands, and lifetime memories waiting to be made.
The developer’s goal for this app was to create a way for users to record every appointment, every event and memory in their daily life, and keep them all in one easy to access place. With its original list of features, PhotoCal handled that task nicely, but the brilliant folks at Yunasoft knew there was more that they could do. After reading comments and taking feedback from their users, they went to work. The result of their hard work is Those Days 2.0, the most comprehensive app of its kind.
Those Days 2.0 Features Include:
* Arrange and display images chronologically
* Displays photos and events simultaneously in monthly calendar view
* Keeps track of your tasks and events
* Create or modify appointment
* Apply recurring rule to appointment
* Take a photo on certain date
* Dot style monthly event view
* Elegant Photo album calendar
* Aesthetic day view with photos and events
* Display birthdays
* Move previous/next month by swipe gesture
* Works with all iPhone supported calendars (MobileMe, iCloud, Google Calendar, Exchange, CalDAV)
* Multiple calendars and photo groups control
* New Daily Journal Feature!
* Reminder feature syncs perfectly with devices’ reminder function
* Create tags for all photos, journal entries and more
* All tags and entries are now saved in iCloud
As users snap and save photos, Those Days 2.0 arranges them according to the date they were taken, then displays them in the device’s monthly calendar view, right alongside events and appointments. Now users can quickly find any photo, from any event, at a glance. The user can also tag every photo or other entry for even faster access.
Great new memories happen every day. That’s why Those Days now includes an easy to use Daily Journal feature. Users can now just open the app and create a journal entry to commemorate every happy event in their lives. They can even tag every journal entry so that finding and reliving their fond memories is both quick and easy.
Thanks to Those Days 2.0, users need not continue to fumble with their devices’ clumsy default album. They can have their favorite images, memories and events where they want them, when they want them, and in a format that makes perfect sense. And with the new iCloud feature, those entries will always be right at their fingertips even if they delete the app. But with all these features, why would anyone ever delete Those Days?
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 5.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Those Days 2.0 is only $0.99 (USD) for a limited time. It is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Lifestyle category. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
Yunasoft Inc. is dedicated to creating social mobile applications that improve people’s lives. A young company founded by Robert Kwon, Yunasoft has a vision of reaching and helping people across the globe with their products. To that end, the Yunasoft team keeps their minds open and stands ready to hear what people have to say. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2013 Yunasoft Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.