April 30, 2015 in Lifestyle (E)
[prMac.com] San Francisco, California - Moments of inspiration and motivation are fleeting. Paper and pen, which are quite handy, lack the spontaneity matched by these moments. The developer behind Tomorrow is pleased to announce the launch of an app that provides an easy way to record inspirational thoughts and messages which are sent to your future self.
"A wonderful idea, and I loved listening to what I told myself yesterday," said Melody O, who got a chance to record some inpsiring messages on Tomorrow.
Tomorrow has just 3 buttons and each performs to its task. The green circle is held and pressed for the duration of the recording. The blue circle is pressed similarly for playing back tomorrow. The square in the top right corner is the menu button which provides everything else needed to navigate Tomorrow. Although simple in its nature, the animations and sounds provide a fun and cute way to record inspiring and motivating messages.
* Today: Record and save inspirational messages, quotes, affirmations, or goals
* Tomorrow: Get your messages and play them back
* The following day: The messages from the previous day are gone, but keep recording new messages and you'll have an endless amount of motivational tips from yourself
* Set reminders to make some time for yourself
* Do an interactive step-by-step walkthrough that shows you each feature
* Get daily quotes from some great influential people to inspire you throughout your day
"With Tomorrow, you can record inspiring messages today, for example, a quote or affirmation, that will help you tomorrow," said Jason Noah Choi, founder of Tomorrow, "and let you actually listen to the person that is constantly always the most influential person in your life, you."
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* 5.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Tomorrow 1.0 is Free with in-app purchases coming soon available worldwide exclusively through the App Store Lifestyle category.
Located in San Francisco, CA, Tomorrow was founded in 2015 by Jason Noah Choi. On November 2014, Jason decided to learn how to code and become a developer after having been a sales guy for many years. He focuses on products that impact people in meaningful and positive ways. Copyright (c) 2015 Jason Noah Choi. 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.