Queensland, Australia (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
iPhone apps come and go; today’s killer app is tomorrow’s deleted software. This is almost entirely due to the almost disposable way that iPhone developers approach designing an app.
The latest iPhone app is usually a short lived gadget, with limited functionality and very little lasting appeal. This is not the case with Bundlevid, a revolutionary new multimedia application that offers users a truly unique way to document their lives.
Since mankind invented writing, people have kept diaries and journals. Millions of people each year enjoy documenting their lives, for posterity and for fun. However, in the modern age, pen and paper are no longer the simplest method for keeping this type of life record. This is where Bundlevid steps in. Bundlevid is an Apple iPhone app that lets the user record short snippets of video every day, to build a multimedia representation of their life.
The uses for Bundlevid are only limited by the user’s imagination. For example, a new mother may wish to chronicle the first year of her new baby’s life, by capturing a short video segment each day, to be turned into a one year life stream on the baby’s first birthday. Alternatively, a student taking a year out to go backpacking around the world could use Bundlevid to keep a record of their adventures, two seconds at a time!
Adam Fairhead, the creator of Bundlevid, tells us that, “We came up with the idea for Bundlevid whilst we were trying to find a quick and easy way to document the timeline of another project we were working on. We began grabbing short video segments each day, and joining them together. Bundlevid was a natural progression; we needed an easier way to do this, so we started developing an iPhone app.”
Bundlevid is the kind of Apple iPhone app that has true lasting appeal, and it is something that takes just a few seconds a day to keep up to date. Whenever you are taking part in a life event that is worth adding to your Bundlevid life stream, just whip out your iPhone and grab a few seconds of video, nothing could be simpler.