How many days from the past year were really memorable? Do you ever get the sense that they're all passing you by in a squalid rush of watching television in your underwear covered in Doritos dust? The idea behind the crowdfunded 1 Second Everyday app is simple: once you start keeping track of each day's highlights in one second intervals, you'll be inspired to put on pants, go outside, and do things worth recording.
The app consists of a calendar that organizes your video files by date. Select the standout clip from each day and the key representative second from each clip. That's right, just one second - no need for post-production here. Over time as you select more and more clips, your compilation will grow - after a year's gone by, you'll have what should be a fascinating retrospective of the past 365 days (or, if you never left your parents' basement, it'll be a constant stream of computer glare).
It's easy to export and share the compiled video if you like, or you can choose to keep it for yourself. You can also choose to have multiple timelines, so one could be more personal and another destined for spreading across social media, if you like.
The app is free to try for the first 30 days, then it requests a one-time payment of $0.99 - pretty reasonable if you like the concept after a month.
Touch Lab Inc's 1 Second Everyday is an original and well-executed concept - give it a whirl and see if it changes what you do with your day-to-day.
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by Janel , Appszoom
Oct 28, 2013