AboutOne App Available in the Windows Phone Marketplace
Article by George Norman
On 16 May 2012
Redmond-based software giant Microsoft was quite pleased to announce that its Windows Phone users now have exclusive access to a properly good family organizer app. The app in question is called AboutOne and as of this month version 1.0 is available for download from the Windows Phone Marketplace. The app is free, in case you were wondering.

“AboutOne is a great example of the rich applications that people will find on Windows Phone Marketplace to get the most out of their phone. Windows Phone is backed by a rich developer ecosystem that is creating a variety of quality apps and games, like AboutOne’s Family Organizer, which help users take advantage of the phone’s dynamic design,” said Todd Brix, Senior Director, Windows Phone Marketplace, Microsoft Corp.

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“We’re excited to bring our online organizer to Windows Phone,” said AboutOne Founder and CEO Joanne Lang. “AboutOne is committed to helping customers get organized, save time, and be prepared with access to the household information they need, when and how they need it. Windows Phone’s interactive design with Live Tiles offers a brilliant user experience to our customers. With Windows Phone and Family Organizer, a mom really does have family life in the palm of her hand.”

AboutOne is a family organizer, an app that’s meant to help you stay organized in an efficient manner. You can use it to store notes, receipts, emergency info, and other data. All the data you need is available to you no matter where you go. And it’s stored securely – you can password-protect the app and ensure no one has unauthorized access to your data.

The developer said that version 1.0 of the Windows Phone app comes with the following features:
  • Windows Phone contact import and duplicate management
  • Online and offline family member emergency information
  • Online and offline emergency contact list
  • Document management for Memories, Health, Possessions, and Education Streams.

The AboutOne app is meant as a companion for the AboutOne web service.

You can get the app from the Windows Phone marketplace for free
here.
You can learn more about AboutOne
here.



Tags: Microsoft, Windows Phone, Windows Phone Marketplace, AboutOne, App
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