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January 14, 2014

Finding it difficult to keep a diary?

A new app stores and shares all your memories in a shoebox.

By Cbr Rolling Blog

Keeping a diary can be an excellent way to chronicle interesting events in your life, develop new ideas or make observations that help you develop your character.

Many of us have kept one before, perhaps during a difficult time, but never kept it up once things got better.

Now there’s a new diary app called Treasured that can record your notes, thoughts, photos, invitations and other memories wherever you are.

The app, which is available for the iPhone, has an online shoebox, allowing users to share all their details from holidays or special occasions with family and friends.

There are boxes for different occasions including weddings and honeymoons, and users can invite guests to drop their own photos and messages into the box.

Treasured, the company behind the app, said the first 250MB of storage is free with payment plans available from as little as £2 per month.

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