This simple app further builds on our free version by helping you link information in one picture. This can help you keep track of everything in your closet in 5 minutes without typing a word! You simply take a picture of the closet and then take a picture of each drawer linking its position in the original. You can do this all at once or slowly. Imagine knowing the exact contents in all those boxes in hard to reach places. Wouldn’t you like to not have to climb up in the attic to look for something that tucked away in a different closet? You can easily build your database in a short amount of time. This will help you be more efficient, organized and save you time.
Aside from being organized it will help you link all of the school work from all your kids. Instead of different icons for each homework now you can take a picture of a calendar. Then you can link the deadlines with different assignments. The simple intuitive interface will make it much easier for you stay on top of everything. Plus you can be more engaged in their studies because you can easily see a range of assignment rather than one at a time.
A final example of what makes the pro such a valuable asset is the aspect of communication. Say you have a rash and want to show you doctor how it changed after trying a cream. Here by linking a picture of rash with a calendar you can easily show how it changed with time. Then you take a picture of the cream you use linked to a day on the calendar and then you will know that all the pictures afterwards how the rash changed with that cream. Think of all the information you can easily communicate without typing a word. You can show how it changed with pictures, you know the exact time that has passed from the different stages and you know the exact cream used.
I use this app to help me communicate with service on different instruments. I can have a picture of the instrument, the serial number and a page from the manual all linked together. Imagine how much easier it is now when I get to talk with the service representatives.
We know that you will find even more uses for this app and we look forward to hearing from you.
Another user reports he used it for his daughters topography homework where he took photos of a country and made selections of city, provinces, waters and such and linked the these pictures with the names of those places. This way it could be used as a flashcard app working both ways.
Select flashcard mode in preferences, after you have programmed some icons, to make the program even easier to use. This removes the options and simply shows the pictures associated with each icon. When you want to program an icon simply turn flashcard mode off.