TOKYO, Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Infoteria Corporation today announced its latest version of "SnapCal," an iPhone and iPod touch calendar app that lets users create, edit and share events through Twitter. Simplifying social events management, Google Calendar users can also integrate their existing calendars into SnapCal. Most recently SnapCal has added Evernote support. Allowing users to quickly extract notes and merge them into SnapCal in the form of an event. Event details, including images, can now be gathered and shared amongst iPhone and iPod touch users in a single interface calendar. SnapCal has seen tremendous growth in the productivity apps market since its launch in October 2010. Over 100,000 users in 25 countries have downloaded SnapCal app.
A free version of SnapCal is now available through Apple's app store and currently supports seven languages including English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. SnapCal continues to expand its partnerships with social networks including Facebook in Q1 of 2011. An Android version of SnapCal is scheduled to launch in the United States in early 2011.
SnapCal site: http://www.snapcal.net
SnapCal video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ID-c_EQbN7E
SnapCal allows Evernote users to capture clipped web pages, meeting memos and notes on an event and automatically converts those notes into a digital event invitation which can be easily shared with your colleagues, friends and family. SnapCal also lets users post their scheduled events to Evernote, allowing for a snapshot of their events history.
Ideal for event planners, social media gurus and professionals on the go, SnapCal lets users tweet social events, tweet-ups, conferences, birthday parties, concerts or any event they'd like to share. Once a user tweets event info through the SnapCal app, SnapCal then automatically sends updates to the user's Twitter stream. Geared with an easy-to-use interface, SnapCal makes tweeting events simple with its one-touch tweet button. Importing tweeted events by others can also be imported into a user's personal SnapCal calendar.
Smart Sync with Google Calendar
SnapCal easily synchronizes with Google Calendar, allowing users to combine multiple events from Evernote and Twitter into one manageable interface. Once Google Calendar has been imported, SnapCal identifies Google Calendar events by assigning a Google Calendar color and presents the latest event information in a similar look and feel.
SnapCal also allows users to follow one another's calendars, upon user approval. Designed with simplicity and intelligence, SnapCal delivers the most effective event management calendar app for iPhone to date. SnapCal's mash-up single interface calendar lets users view their own events, events booked by other SnapCal users, events imported via Twitter, Google Calendar and events updated by a followed calendar.
Share with Friends
SnapCal instantly shares calendar events with friends who can then use Twitter to import event details into SnapCal on an iPhone or their PC/laptop. Public and shared events can be booked in the SnapCal application directly or via e-mail – easily allowing users to confirm attendance. SnapCal is the ideal and easy-to-use calendar app for mobile professionals, students and families that need to manage multiple calendars.
SnapCal offers a unique single interface allowing multiple views, such as day, list, week, two weeks, month and hybrid view including a customized month and day views.
For screenshots of SnapCal please visit: http://www.snapcal.net/en/screens
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 EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) software market in Japan. The number of ASTERIA user companies had exceeded 1,300 by March 31, 2010. Infoteria is also actively engaged in developing new type of software services, including the online sticky "lino", CMS for Smartphone "Handbook", and also "SnapCal". Infoteria was listed at Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers Market in 2007.
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