We are excited that Timebox delivers a new, useful tool for personal digital archiving, so that there will be something to pass along to future generations.
Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
Pepper Networks, LLC today announces the availability on the App Store of Timebox the new free personal history archive app for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
With the Timebox app (timeboxapp.com), you can keep the stories that you sometimes forget; collect the digital things that sometimes get lost; and connect your stories with your digital things for yourself and posterity.
- Use the built-in categories and templates to create Timebox pages and build your archive.
- Add photos, from today or yesterday, to your Timebox pages from your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Facebook or iPhoto on your Mac.
- Import Family, Jobs and Schools information from Facebook.
- View your Timebox, even without Internet access, by category, timeline or yearbook.
- Private by design. Optionally share selected PDF pages or PDF ebooks via email, Facebook or Twitter.
- Your Timebox is stored both on your iOS device and in the Cloud so you always possess and control your information.
The Timebox app is free with an upgrade option for $2.99 that includes “Cloud Sync and Backup” with multi-device syncing and 8GB of cloud storage.
Timebox was created because we are in danger of losing our personal and collective histories. Archivists and librarians have been working on the problem of digital information loss since the 1990’s. “We are excited that Timebox delivers, a new, useful tool for personal digital archiving, so that there will be something to pass along to future generations.” said Mary Ellen Heinen, CEO at Pepper Networks.
About Pepper Networks
Pepper Networks, LLC is a software development company that creates and markets the Timebox personal history archive app and artifacts. Founded in September 2011 by experienced entrepreneurs Mary Ellen Heinen (Glassbook, Inc. and Pepper Computer, Inc.) and Len Kawell (Iris Associates, Glassbook, Inc. and Pepper Computer, Inc.) the company’s goal is to help people track their life events by collecting and organizing the stories and digital things about those events. The company is headquartered in Kirkland, WA. Timebox is a trademark of Pepper Networks, LLC.