Winston-Salem, NC (September 1, 2011) — A new mobile app designed for anyone concerned about their personal image helps users easily track when they wore various outfits and accessories. With “What I Wore™,” a free app now available from iTunes, users snap pictures of their outfits that are then organized into a weekly photo list to quickly and easily view what they wore on previous occasions.
“This app is for anyone who wants to be sure they always present their best image,” said Patrick Turner, CTO of Small Footprint, Inc., the company that developed the app with computer scientist Josh Tan. “That might be a busy executive who wants to avoid wearing the same outfit twice with an important customer or someone who wants to repeat an outfit that prompted compliments and wants to be sure to remember the shoes and accessories that worked well.”
With just a few clicks, users can capture a picture, or select one from their camera roll, and mark the date they wore the outfit. When opening the app, they can view the pictures and swipe back in time to see what they wore on any given date.
The free version allows for 30 days of pictures to be saved and includes a daily reminder to capture their photos. A 99 cent upgrade enables unlimited photo storage, a self-timer, and removes ads. The self-timer allows the iPhone® and iPad® to be placed on a desk or counter top for easy self-portraits.
Download What I Wore in the iTunes App Store at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/what-i-wore/id445551577?mt=8.