by Brent Dirks
July 5, 2013
Since I have two kids under the age of 5, and a wealth of things to take care of, sometimes I feel like I’m missing the little moments of my life. But a recently updated app helps you to capture a special moment each day. Photo 365 has just been updated to version 3.3 Easily the biggest improvement in the app is the addition of iCloud backup and syncing. Users can sync photos and comments across all of their iOS devices. Along with the ability to add up to five photos at once, users can now also share their daily photo and monthly calendar to Instagram. Finally, the app has been optimized for the larger screen of the iPhone 5. Photo 365 is a universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini. It can be downloaded now in the App Store for $1.99. We originally reviewed Photo 365 when it hit the App Store back in 2011. Our own Christine Chan liked the app, saying:
All-in-all, I found this app to be a useful tool in managing a 365 project. If you're doing a 365 project or just want to record a photo a day in one location, this is a great app to do it with.While I’ve never been interested in doing a 365 project, Photo 365 looks like a fun app, and I’m interested in trying it out. Photo 365 was created by developer Benny Hsu. One of his other apps, Gratitude 365, was released last summer and received an Honorable Mention in our AppAdvice App of the Week Awards. You can download that app, designed for the iPhone/iPod touch in the App Store for $1.99 as well.