Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
Pepper Networks LLC, a leading provider of software for collecting stories and digital photos on mobile devices, announces the immediate availability of Timebox v1.1 Personal History Archive for iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch - now available on the App Store.
“Over time, we have accumulated gigabytes of digital photos that become scattered or lost over time as we change our computers, mobile phones and online services. With Timebox, everyone can keep, collect and organize their photos and stories for themselves and for posterity,” says Mary Ellen Heinen, CEO of Pepper Networks.
Simply add your photos to Timebox from your iOS device, Facebook or iPhoto on the Mac. Then, using either the built-in or custom categories, add as many details and stories about the person, event, trip or pet as you want. You can page through your Timebox on your iOS device by category, timeline or yearbook view.
Timebox also provides a simple way for long-lasting digital "artifacts" to be created. Using the ISO-standard PDF as our digital artifact format, Timebox enables you to generate and share richly designed PDF artifacts that are single pages or entire ebooks.
Your Timebox is always private. You decide what you want to share and whom you want to share it with via Facebook, Twitter, or email. You always have a complete, private copy of your Timebox on your device; all sharing and access is in your control.
The Timebox version 1.1 includes several new features, including:
To protect your Timebox, upgrade to the “Cloud Sync and Backup” for multi-device sync and 8GB of Timebox cloud backup storage.
For additional information about Timebox Personal History Archive, visit:
http://www.timeboxapp.com or send email to press(at)timeboxapp(dot)com.
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 story by collecting and organizing the details and digital things about those events. The company is headquartered in Kirkland, WA. Timebox is a registered trademark of Pepper Networks, LLC.