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MaximumSoft releases new apps to download Facebook posts and Twitter tweets

LONDON, May-26-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — MaximumSoft Corp. released new apps – iSaveFbook and iSaveTweets. They help to make copies of favorite Facebook posts and Twitter tweets and eliminate a need to search for posts and tweets that users saw and liked before.

Saved posts and tweets will be stored on user device, and can be accessed at anytime.

Stop searching for posts and tweets that you liked before, save them.

  • Individuals can save posts and tweets from their family members and friends.
  • Journalists will always have copies of breaking news and trending tweets.
  • Businesses can store their Facebook and Twitter pages on employees mobile devices to share with clients.

Saved posts and tweets can be shared via email, other apps, or printed.

iSaveFbook and iSaveTweets can even been used as everyday Facebook or Twitter apps, respectively.

The apps run on iOS and Android devices, and are available for free in Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

iSaveFbook and iSaveTweets apps support 6 languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Russian and Spanish. More languages will be supported later this year.

SOURCE: EuropaWire

steps + sleep, The Top-Rated App for Ensuring Long-Term Health, Available Free for iPhone 5s Today

Available free today, steps + sleep is an app engineered specifically for the iPhone 5s, taking advantage of the new capabilities in Apple’s new M7 processor to deliver the world’s best steps and sleep tracking app, all with negligible incremental battery drain.

Consistent daily activity and sufficient sleep are two of the most important factors in ensuring our long-term health. Simply by increasing awareness and making small changes in our day-to-day lives, we can decrease our risk of heart disease and long-term ailments, increase our odds of living longer, and improve our overall health and happiness.

While many of us make resolutions to do better, it’s easy to fall out of the habit: our wearable device runs out of battery, we forget to sync the data, or if we’re using an app or spreadsheet, we miss a couple days and lose interest.

Steps + sleep is designed to fit seamlessly into your life. No manual input or expensive wearable to buy, just download the free app and carry your phone with you, and it runs in the background and takes care of the rest. You can see your daily steps right from your iPhone’s home screen, set targets for daily sleep and steps, and begin a streak of days you’ve accomplished your goal.

Additionally, using the chronos points system we’ve developed that takes into account both your activity and sleep, you can get a quick sense of how you’re doing for the week: anything over 100 for the week, and you’re doing great. Anything over 125, and you’re really crushing it.

Steps + sleep is developed by Chronos Mobile Technologies, which founded by Dylan Keil and Charlie Kubal. Official advisors include Tristan Walker (former Head of Biz Dev at foursquare) and David Michaels (former VP of Engineering at mint.com). The beta version of chronos, the flagship product, launched onstage as one of the TechCrunch Disrupt Finalists in September 2012, and chronos 2.0 launched in August ’13. Since then they’ve collected and analyzed billions of location data points. Chronos has raised an initial seed round and is based out of offices in San Francisco’s Mission District

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New iPad App Gets Children School-Ready

Parents are preparing to send their children off to school for the first time. An Australian Mother of two has developed a way to give children entering school in this technological age a head start by creating an educational iPad app.

Rebecca Monument said that she, like most parents were aware that basic literacy skills developed in the home long before a child starts school.

“I created the app because I wanted to give my children the best of every possible opportunity,” said Ms Monument. “I was worried as my kids weren’t learning the correct way to write the alphabet, that they would have to re-learn it when they started school.”

After the application was released in October this year Ms Monument approached a local teacher for feedback. Ms Tanya Burton from Whitehouse Primary School in Australia agrees that Writeforschool is a resourceful learning tool for young children, and that the app that will complement the introduction of iPads into the prep classrooms in 2013.

“The application combines many features that other similar writing applications fail to deliver, like a variety of accents and a choice of the writing fonts taught in Australian schools” Ms Burton notes. “The large number of fonts back up what is taught in the school curriculum; it not only includes letters and numbers but blends of letters.”

The idea came to Ms Monument and she began developing the iPad application Writeforschool after her children, aged five and six began taking great interest in playing the games on her iPad.

“I thought if I could make educational game for my children, they could begin to learn to write in the cursive they are taught at their school the correct way,” Ms Monument explained. “My children love the app and its exciting graphics that can be completely personalised.”

Ms Monument hopes that her application is able to help as many young children as possible get a head start for this school year.

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New Apps Help Preserve Visual Memories

Digital imaging solutions company Ecce Terram, with headquarters in Atlanta, GA and Oldenburg, Germany, will introduce a new Facebook app named “Save Your Memories” at this month’s industry show 6Sight in New York City.

This step, and the introduction of a similar feature for the line of native mobile apps created by Ecce Terram for smartphones and tablet computers, is aimed at further simplifying and adding convenience to the way consumers save and share their photos.

At a glance, “Save Your Memories” automatically presents users with print order options for images newly uploaded to their Facebook albums or added to their mobile device camera rolls. The user is prompted to select which recently updated images should be ordered for print, using quick-select menu options which are based on the most commonly chosen selections.

“Save Your Memories” enables consumers to realize one of their main goals when using their mobile device or Facebook to store and share photos, according to Ecce Terram: to secure and preserve precious visual memories outside the digital sphere. After uploading new photos, Ecce Terram’s new “Save Your Memories” app offers convenient print order options right on the opening screen, for “All Images”, “Since Your Last Order”, “Last 30 Days”, or “Albums”.

“It’s all about peace of mind,” said Frank Simon, President, CEO and founder of Ecce Terram, and the company’s founder. “In today’s mobile world, the majority of consumers trust smartphones and Facebook with their digital photo collection. But phones break, or get lost or stolen.”

“What’s more, many people feel uncomfortable with putting all their digital photos in one social networking “basket”, Mr. Simon said. Ecce Terram’s new “Save Your Memories” app, he pointed out, answers the common need to securely preserve selected visual memories offline.

Ecce Terram, which started in Germany and is the creator of the “Photo2Lab Software Suite”, today is considered a pioneer of the digital imaging industry. “Five years ago, successful photo services providers were ready to take processing orders online when consumers sat down at a desktop computer,” said Mr. Simon.

“Today, you have to be ready to take an order the second after they take a snapshot with their iPhone or iPad, or when they update their photo timeline on Facebook.”

The “Save Your Memories” concept, Ecce Terram points out, is positioned to complement the company’s successful “Share your Photo Story” approach. A white-labeled “Share Your Photo Story” Facebook app, as well as social media and co-editing options featured in Ecce Terram’s Desktop Client and Online Client software, already enable consumers to jointly create and order photo products, for example by converting Facebook albums directly into presentable photo books.

Combined, the “Save Your Memories” and the “Share Your Photo Story” concepts answer photo services consumer needs and demands in a market that has rapidly shifted to mobile and social networking platforms. The added convenience of white-labeled solutions offered by Ecce Terram, the company believes, will help large photo services providers secure and retain market share and brand loyalty, and build and expand new channels.

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