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Photo365 Review

I may be late to discovering this fun “photo-a-day” iPhone app, but I thought what better time to share it than on the first day of the new year. I was checking out @MissyNews on Instagram and saw that she just wrapped up her last Photo365 pic for 2012.

Sometimes I miss the obvious photo moments, which is a good thing because it means I’m living in the moment, rather than behind the camera. However, taking a pic a day and adding it to a calendar app will hopefully force me to take a look around and document some of the photo moments I may have missed. I love that I can check out my calendar and see what I chose to remember for each day.

For January 1, 2013, I added in my eggnog french toast, of course lol. You can also share your calendar to Facebook and Twitter, which I assume I’ll do at the end of each month. There is a free version of Photo365; however, I thought I’d test out the full featured Photo365 for $1.99. I’ll be back with a review after I’ve given it a whirl for a while.

If you’ve tried this app out before, I hope you’ll comment with your thoughts.

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Your Thoughts?

  • I tried it out last January, but I didn’t make it must longer than the first month. Sounds like they’ve introduced a few more features and maybe I should check it out again.

    • jennifer

      im curious to see how long i make it too lol. some of my days are filled with an office job and then pajamas at home LOL. what features did they add to the app that they didn’t have before?

  • Being able to share to Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr is new. That makes it a little more interesting to me because I only ever had one friend on My365 so it felt like a waste of a place to share.

    • jennifer

      ohhhh ok. i didn’t realize you could follow people on the app. i just thought it was for personal use and then you could export an image on occasion to FB/Twitter and/or post the image to your blog. thanks so much for the info :) now what the heck and i gonna take a pic of today LOL.

  • This looks brilliant! I’ve tried doing this in the past with a film camera (back in the day) but never quite kept up with it. Having this app might help. Looking forward to your full review before I drop a whopping $1.99 on it LOL!

  • I’m definitely going to check it out now… I hadn’t heard of it til your tweet :) I’ll letcha know. Thank you!!!

  • oooooh I’m liking this idea
    Xo Megan, http://www.TfDiaries.com