PhotoCal with Event for iOS Puts Photos in Timely Context

PhotoCal with Event for iOS Puts Photos in Timely Context  Yunasoft Inc.’s PhotoCal for iOS

Remember those peanut butter and chocolate “Two great tastes that taste great together” commercials of yore? I wonder if Yunasoft had that in mind when they created PhotoCal with Event for iOS. By combining the date and time users have taken pictures using their iOS device with events existing in their calendar, PhotoCal puts images and events in an easy-to-use calendar layout that makes locating and arranging photos as easy as pie. Best of all, PhotoCal autoarranges the images and inserts them into the day they were downloaded/taken, right down to the minute the pictures were taken.

More than a mere photo arrangement tool, PhotoCal can sync with various calendars like MobileMe, iCloud, Exchange, Google Calendar and CalDAV, supporting multiple calendar instances and multiple photo groups, allowing users the freedom to choose what items they would like displayed. One calendar or album, two, five…as few or as many as you would like, PhotoCal is flexible.

PhotoCal with Event for iOS Puts Photos in Timely Context  PhotoCal with Event for iOS Puts Photos in Timely Context  By double-tapping a date, the events and pictures taken appear in PhotoCal

In addition to displaying photos and events, PhotoCal allows users to add events, recurring or otherwise and associate a specific calendar with that event as well as jump straight to the device’s camera function to snap a few pictures. No more having to dig through albums or a file system browser to hunt down the date a photo was taken—PhotoCal does it for you. Want to share an image? That’s no problem as PhotoCal enables users to instantly share images on Facebook and Twitter to keep friends and family in the loop.

PhotoCal with Event for iPhone/iPod can be found in iTunes here (direct iPad iTunes link here).

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About the Author

Bryan Eley
A senior software tester and network admin for a small hi-tech multimedia company that produces a number of online applications for several tech giants. Bryan got his professional start in PC technology when he discovered research PhDs in his second job out of college were not very computer savvy. The one upshot of working in that lab is that he met his future wife there, a fellow science geek as well. Bryan has been hooked on computers since his Commodore 64 days, when absurd amounts of was spent entering pages on machine language code for equally absurd simple games. Back in 2005 Bryan received an Axim X51v as a Christmas gift and he has been fiddling with mobile tech ever since. He recently joined the legions of iPhone enthusiasts where phones are concerned, but has dabbled with Blackberry, WebOS and Windows Phone OSes as well. When not busying himself with tech-oriented tasks Bryan likes spend time cooking (he has over 90 cookbooks, yet still jumps on the internet to find culinary info), reading, working in his garden, calligraphy, and spending time with his wife, two sons, two cats and a miscellaneous dog.