As more and more of us use various social media services to connect with others and manage our lives the need to integrate these services becomes increasingly important. One good example of what is possible is SnapCal. SnapCal is a free iOS app that “Mashes-up Twitter, Google Calendar and Evernote to help iPhone® & iPod touch® Users Create, Edit and Share Events & Calendars”.
It is a neat idea and Has already been downloaded by over 100,000 users. As the company explains,
Infoteria Corporation today announced its latest version of “SnapCal,” an iPhone and iPod touch calendar app that lets users create, edit and share events through Twitter. Simplifying social events management, Google Calendar users can also integrate their existing calendars into SnapCal. Most recently SnapCal has added Evernote support. Allowing users to quickly extract notes and merge them into SnapCal in the form of an event. Event details, including images, can now be gathered and shared amongst iPhone and iPod touch users in a single interface calendar. SnapCal has seen tremendous growth in the productivity apps market since its launch in October 2010. Over 100,000 users in 25 countries have downloaded SnapCal app.
A free version of SnapCal is now available through Apple’s app store and currently supports seven languages including English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. SnapCal continues to expand its partnerships with social networks including Facebook in Q1 of 2011. An Android version of SnapCal is scheduled to launch in the United States in early 2011.
Here is a video of it in action…