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DailyBooth iPhone app hits Apple store

July 30, 2010 |  9:50 am

If ever there was an app made for the iPhone, DailyBooth is it.

Dailyboothapp The Internet service, embraced by Ashton Kutcher and wife Demi Moore, asks everyone to take and upload a photo of themselves every day.

Now DailyBooth has made that even easier with its first iPhone app. DailyBoothApp has been approved by Apple and is available for free download in the app store.

As we pointed out in our profile of the company earlier this month, DailyBooth was practically made for the iPhone 4 (and any other phone with a front-facing camera).

The iPhone app should give DailyBooth yet another boost. It makes it easy to upload photos to the service, see a stream of pictures from the people you follow on it and make comments with one click.

"Before the conversation would stop when you'd leave your computer since there was no way to do mobile picture comments," DailyBooth's chief executive Brian Pokorny said. "With the new app, that is all changed so people can carry on during the entire day snapping pictures back and forth with one another."

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-- Jessica Guynn

Photo courtesy of DailyBooth.com

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