Brussels, Belgium – Francis Henry is delighted to publicise the release of the exciting new productivity application, ‘SweetPicks,’ available now on Apple iPhone, compatible with iOS 4.3 or later. ‘SweetPicks’ can be downloaded by iPhone users worldwide from the App Store, and costs a small fee of $1.99/1,79 Euro.
‘Sweetpicks’ is designed to help individuals capture things of interest while out shopping or walking the street. Whether it is a designer dress in a shop, a tasty looking restaurant, an advertisement for an upcoming concert, or an apartment to buy or rent, people have little means of capturing all the information they need to remember it later on. Taking pictures is a common habit, but pictures are stacked unsorted in the picture folder and can’t be enhanced with useful information.
‘Sweetpicks’ eliminates all of these problems, allowing individuals to capture rich and informative notes. ‘SweetPicks’ notes include room for a title, text, several pictures, a voice memo, a geographical location, and a price. Once made, notes can be sorted, classified into favourites or associated with tags to facilitate their search. Users can share things of interest with their friends by sending ‘SweetPicks’ notes by email.
‘Sweetpicks’ is easy to use and operates in a fluid manner so that notes can be made quickly while on the move. SweetPicks also offers powerful search capabilities that enable to find notes back in just an instant. In addition to the standard search, SweetPicks offers a photo search and a tag-based search which offers astute means to find notes even among hundreds of existing notes, or when notes were captured long ago.
Individuals will use ‘SweetPicks’ to keep tracks of things they like, whether it be fashion items, furniture, restaurants, bars, apartments or anything else they might bump into while on the street. Professionals working in fashion, real estate or a number of other businesses may need to capture things while out in the street, too. ‘SweetPicks’ allows individuals and professionals to keep track and enjoy things that matter to them or make more informed purchase decisions, which often translates into saved time and money.
Commenting on the release of ‘Sweetpicks,’ Francis Henry said, “I was once strolling through shops during the sales season looking for a pair of shoes. I quickly realised that I was lacking a tool to keep track of the favourite models I saw. This brought me to create ‘SweetPicks’ as a tool to capture notes containing all the essential elements to remember and make informed decision – a tool that could be simple and easy to use and allowed to capture things while walking down the street”.
“There are many occasions, both in our personal and professional lives, when we want to remember things. ‘SweetPicks’ has been developed as a handy resource so that people can keep a memory of the things they see and like, such as items in shops, restaurants, bars or any other things of interest. The powerful search capabilities offered by ‘SweetPicks’ enable users to find back any note, even those captured long ago.”
‘Sweetpicks’ will be extended with additional functionalities in the weeks to come. These will develop on ‘SweetPicks’ philosophy to make it easy for people to capture, find-back, and share the things of interest.
* Phone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 2.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
SweetPicks 1.2 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category.
Francis Henry is a seasoned telecom and technology expert. He held a number of marketing and business development positions that brought him to work on a number of projects around mobile, the Internet or multiscreen video applications. Francis is pursuing SweetPicks as a personal project, to fulfil his passion for innovation, bringing simple and user-friendly technology solutions to solve real life problems. Copyright (C) 2013 Francis Henry. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.