Time Lapse Photo Journal 1.0 released for iPhone and iPod touch


Redbot Software Inc, a SF Bay Area based software company announced today the release of its iPhone app, Time Lapse Photo Journal, on the iTunes App Store. The Time Lapse Photo Journal App allows iPhone and iPod touch users to create Photo Journals of their lives, by adding photos of themselves or loved ones, and then playing back the photos they take over the weeks, months or years, as Time Lapse video slideshows. Videos can be uploaded to Facebook and YouTube to share with friends.


Create Photo Journals for each person or subject. (ie self portrait, child, spouse, pet, diet program, home remodel.) Add photos to each over regular intervals, days, weeks, or months. As each photo is added, crop and use the guides to align to a grid or to the last photo. App can be used to track changes over time. Children growing up. Faces as they change over the years. Growth of pets and plants. Even home remodels as work is being performed.

App uses advance iOS 4.0 features, such as auto-save and restore, as well as local Push Notification reminders. Push notification reminders can be set for each Journal at regular intervals, so user never forgets to take a new shot. Playback the photos as slideshow movies. Adjust the playback speed for each Journal. Upload and share the videos on Facebook and Youtube, or email directly to a friend.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, or iPod touch Compatible
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 14.2 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Time Lapse Photo Journal 1.0 is $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category. Download

3 thoughts on “Time Lapse Photo Journal 1.0 released for iPhone and iPod touch”

  1. You obviously know what you are talking about when it comes to audio. Can you please help me with my installation? I figured this would be the best place to ask such a tech question. I am having trouble
    with my video software, and I am not sure if it is my sound card or my software.
    I tried the advice from this thread about video authoring software
    with no success.
    Thanks and keep you are doing a very good job.

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