KIRKLAND, Wash., Dec. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pepper Networks, LLC, the developer of Timebox, a photo and video organizing app designed specifically for the Apple iPhone® and iPad® running iOS 9, today announced immediate availability of the newly updated Timebox 3.0 on the App Store for $4.99. Having incorporated feedback from existing customers, the updated Timebox 3.0 is an elegant and sophisticated app that automatically organizes all photos and videos in the user's Photo Library making them easy to find, share and enjoy.
Timebox 3.0 works in tandem with Apple's Photos app allowing users to easily organize, enhance and share photos and videos – including Apple's new "Live Photos" – through:
- Automatic organization of photos and videos by day
- Viewing of daily photos and videos in a timeline with one-tap year and month scrolling
- Automatically adding titles to each day's photos and videos based on a user's Calendar entries
- Providing the ability to add captions, places, details and tags to photos and videos
- Creation of short, sharable videos made from each day's photos and videos (including Live Photos)
- Sharing via Mail, Text/iMessage, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, iCloud Photo Library, Vimeo, WhatsApp, and more
- Sync across Apple devices via iCloud
- Creation of beautifully designed PDFs to keep, share and print
"Most people take 1000's of photos, but don't have the time or expertise to do anything with them. Timebox's all new design helps people enjoy the photos and videos they haven't seen in years, as well as the new ones they take every day," said Mary Ellen Heinen, CEO of Pepper Networks. "Timebox 3.0's ability to automatically organize the explosion of photos, videos and Live Photos from devices, cameras and computers in a private, ad-free app makes looking at photos and videos entertaining again."
Timebox is the latest innovation from experienced developers and visionary entrepreneurs Mary Ellen Heinen and Len Kawell. Prior to Pepper Networks, Heinen was the co-founder of Pepper Computer, Inc., developers of software and hardware for tablet computers including the award-winning Pepper Pad, and had previously co-founded Glassbook, Inc., a software company that developed the Glassbook eBook reader, a content server and digital rights management system that was acquired by Adobe in 2000. Kawell was most recently a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft working on Windows Phone and Xbox and prior to Microsoft, Kawell was also a co-founder of Pepper Computer, Inc., and a co-founder and president of Glassbook, Inc. Previous to Glassbook, Kawell was one of the three visionary founders of Iris Associates, Inc., where he co-designed and developed Lotus Notes, the first commercial groupware product.
About Pepper Networks
Pepper Networks, LLC enables people to organize and share their photos and videos through elegant and customizable tools. The company's first product is the Timebox app that enables users to collect, organize, and share photos and videos with family, friends and future generations. Pepper Networks was founded in September 2011 by experienced developers and entrepreneurs, Mary Ellen Heinen and Len Kawell.
The company is headquartered in Kirkland, WA. Timebox is a registered trademark of Pepper Networks LLC. More information is available at timeboxapp.com.
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