Photo 365 - Remember Your Year One Photo at a Time

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Chris Morris, Common Sense Media
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Reminders, clean interface make daily scrapbook entry easy.

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If you can work your iDevice's camera, you can work this app. The hardest part is remembering to take a photo per day that you'll want to keep -- but a reminder service built into the app helps.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Photo 365 - Remember Your Year One Photo at a Time is an app designed to assist people taking part in Project 365 or similar programs that encourage people to take a daily photo of their lives so they can then go back and relive the year in pictures. The app stores photos by date and alerts users to take their daily photo via a reminder system. Users can upload shots to a number of social media sites, but aren't required to do so.

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Is it any good?

The concept of taking a photo a day as a visual scrapbook of sorts is a wonderful way to build memories, and PHOTO 365 is a good tool to store and relive those memories. It's also an app that will nudge you to take that daily shot should you get too caught up in the details of life to remember to do so, and it lets you add a caption to photos to prompt memories. There's nothing particularly revolutionary about the app, but its minimalist interface gets the job done well.  

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For kids who love preserving memories and sharing stories

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