PRESS RELEASE: Babylog 2010, the iPhone App That Records Your Child's Growth with Photos
Automatically Record the Photos You Take to Calendars and Maps
OSAKA, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Babylog, Inc., the company that manages the Babylog service for recording the growth of your children, has begun offering Babylog 2010, an iPhone app that can automatically synchronize the photos you take to the Calendar and Maps apps. This app is perfect for mothers and fathers who are already using their iPhones to take lots of pictures of their adorable children and would like a convenient way to record their growth and create memories.
Babylog 2010 is a photo album management app that can easily manage the photos you take with your iPhone. The biggest problem for people who've taken a lot of photos with their iPhones is arranging the large number of photos. When you take photos with Babylog 2010, they are automatically arranged by calendar date, and, using the iPhone's GPS feature, you can also record the location where the photo was taken as well.
The date is set when you take the photo, and photos are archived by date.
Automatic recording of photo location
Using the iPhone's GPS feature, the photo's location is recorded on a map.
Event category feature
Photos can be arranged by event as well. This enables photos to be arranged in a more logical order.
You can use the slideshow feature to make your iPhone into a digital photo frame.
To commemorate the app's release, the first 1,000 downloads will be available for $1.99. After that, the standard sales price will be $2.99.
For more information about Babylog 2010, please visit http://babylog-app.net/en/babylog2010.html
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Babylog iPhone app, showing calendar (left) and category (right) views.
Screenshots provided by Babylog Inc.
Babylog, Inc., is a Japanese company that operates the Babylog Internet service (http://www.babylog.jp) where the growth of your child can be recorded and shared online with diaries, photos, videos and audio. Babylog's concept is bringing families together. The ability to share the growth of a child with grandparents living a great distance away serves as the basis for new communication within a multi-generational family. We believe that happy families will make for a happier society overall, and that is the philosophy that drives our business.
(First posted on Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 15:00 EDT)