TOKYO, Aug. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Infoteria Corporation announced today its latest version of "SnapCal," an iPhone/iPod touch calendar app that lets users create, edit and share events through Twitter, Google Calendar, Evernote and Facebook. A free version of SnapCal, now available through Apple's App Store, currently supports eight languages -- English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. SnapCal has seen tremendous growth in the apps market since its launch in 2010. Over 300,000 users in 25 countries have downloaded the SnapCal app.
SnapCal site: http://www.snapcal.net/en/
App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/snapcal/id343514684?mt=8
SnapCal video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ID-c_EQbN7E
SnapCal's new features
-Import/Export with Dropbox
SnapCal allows Dropbox users to import/export event data from (or onto) Dropbox for backup, data migration to another device, data reuse by another application and more. SnapCal also lets users back up their scheduled events automatically.
-Outside App Linkage
New SnapCal supports outside app linkage with .ics files. For example, if an .ics file is attached to the email, users can open and import event data into SnapCal directly by pressing and holding the attached file.
Direct jump to specific date, changing timeslot width by pinch (Landscape Week View), Direct Event Editing in Day View, enhanced communication performance with SnapCal server, etc...SnapCal boosts user experience and convenience.
Infoteria Corporation was founded in 1998 as the first software vendor dedicated to XML in Japan. Infoteria has been providing software and related support, consulting, and training ever since. Infoteria's main product is ASTERIA, package software to federate enterprise information systems based on XML technology. ASTERIA has the largest share of the enterprise application integration (EAI) software market in Japan. The number of ASTERIA user companies had exceeded 2,000 by May 31, 2011. Infoteria is also actively engaged in developing new types of software services, including the CMS for Smart Devices "Handbook", online sticky "lino", and also "SnapCal". Infoteria was listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers Market in 2007.
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For screenshots of SnapCal: http://www.snapcal.net/en/screens
SnapCal on Twitter: @SnapCal_info
SnapCal on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/snapcalfans
SOURCE Infoteria Corporation