Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Project Life Inspiration: Favorite iPhone Apps

Today, I wanted to share with you my Five Favorite Apps for Project Life.  I use all five of these apps on a regular basis, and they really help make managing dates, journaling, and printing photos a whole lot easier.  After typing that list, I'm thinking these apps would be useful for any type of memory keeping, not just Project Life.

1.  Day One 

DayOne is an iPhone/iPad based journaling app that reminds you to make an entry and syncs with all your devices through iCloud.  You can add photos to your entries and make multiple entries a day. Combined with a calendar view, this app is great for keeping track of daily life, whether you’re doing Project Life or not.  Bonus, you can tag your entries with keywords (such as ProjectLife) for easy search ability later. 

2.  Momento

Momento is also a journaling app, but it syncs across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and forms nice little entries day by day with all your feeds.  Plus, you can also journal right in the app (with pictures). Unfortunately, it doesn't have a reminder function like Day One, but for 99 cents,  you can't complain.

3.  InstaWeather

InstaWeather is a photo app that allows you to place an overlay onto your photos and then share on Instagram or save to your cameral roll.  The app automatically adds the location and the forecast, which is a great way to add journaling to Project Life.

4.  PicFrame

PicFrame helps you combine multiple photos into amazing looking frames that you can save to your computer or share to Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr. With 73 adjustable frames, support for up to 9 photos in a single frame, rounded corners and plenty of border patterns, you will always have a unique look.  Another great function is that you can change the frame's ratio to be square or rectangle, which is perfect for the different sized pockets in the Project Life page protectors.

5.  Walgreens

The Walgreens app makes printing pictures from your phone super easy!  You can edit the photos and then send them to the Walgreens of your choice for one hour printing.  Not only can you print from your camera roll, but you can also print from Instagram.

Well, that's my top five apps.  Do you have a favorite app that helps you with your memory keeping? If so, please leave me a comment because I'm always on the lookout for ways to make scrapbooking faster and easier.

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