Dejal introduces Valentines 1.0 for iPhone
February 4, 2009 in Entertainment
[prMac.com] Portland, Oregon - Dejal Systems, LLC today introduced Valentines version 1.0 for the iPhone. Valentines enables you to create special Valentine's Day messages for the love of your life, or messages for multiple people. You can swipe through the messages to see them all. Your custom message text is displayed above a custom photo enclosed in an attractive heart-shaped frame.
You can show the valentines on your iPhone or iPod touch, or use the camera button to save the displayed valentine to your Photo Library. A tap of the info button flips the valentine over to reveal a field to edit the message, plus buttons to change the heart photo.
You can enter your own valentine message, and choose an existing photo from the Camera Roll or Photo Library, or take a new photo with the iPhone camera. The photo can be moved and scaled as desired. The new photo is stored in the Camera Roll, so you can import it into iPhoto or use it elsewhere if desired.
While editing, a Valentines button displays a list of Valentine messages in the order they appear on Valentines' main side. You can change the order, delete them, or add any number of new ones.
Dejal is a long-established independent Mac software company, now expanding into iPhone software.
* iPhone version 2.2 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Valentines is available for just $0.99 (USD). It is immediately available on the iPhone App Store. For-review coupons are available to the media; contact Dejal to receive one.
Valentines on iPhone App Store
Screenshot: view valentine
Screenshot: add valentine
Founded by David Sinclair in 1991, Dejal Systems, LLC was originally established in New Zealand, and later moved to Portland, Oregon in 2001. With a focus on the Mac and iPhone platforms, Dejal specializes in user-friendly and flexible Cocoa-based utility software. Copyright 2009 Dejal Systems, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Dejal, the Dejal logo, and Valentines are trademarks of Dejal Systems, LLC. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.