Memory Card Organiser iOS-File/Sort/Save Used Photo + Video Memory Cards

By on Feb 7, 2013 at 3:03 am

London, United Kingdom – DJW Media Ltd. today is pleased to announce Memory Card Organiser 1.3 for iOS, an update to their easy to use app that allows users to label and store used memory cards containing photos, videos, or music. Users can name and categorize labels based on card size, usage, contents, and editing date. Users can even label cards with a priority status of red, amber, or green, ensuring they do not accidentally delete valuable data. The simple interface allows users to easily keep track of data and quickly reference cards without inserting them into a device.

A menu at the bottom of the screen makes Memory Card Organiser easy to navigate. Users should begin using Memory Card Organiser by labeling all of their actual, physical memory cards. This allows users to create a corresponding label within the app, so identifying and referencing memory cards is easy. By simply clicking “add card,” users can access a screen with various fields to include information about each of the physical memory cards. Users can name their card so it corresponds to the actual card, as well as describe usage. Options for describing usage include video, photo, music, and other.

The “Add Card” screen also allows users to describe the card capacity, which can be useful if users are planning to reuse a specific card. Whether users are organizing 1GB cards or 64 GB cards, Memory Card Organiser provides a variety of descriptive options, ensuring that users will have all the information about a specific memory card in one place. The content tab allows users to describe the contents of the card more specifically, such as “Vacation 2009″ or “Family Reunion.” The “Add Card” screen provides users with detailed information about a card, saving them from the annoyance of inserting a card into a device to discover its contents.

Feature Highlights:
* Label and store memory cards containing photos, videos, music, and more
* Categorize cards based on card size, usage, contents, and editing date
* Using the international traffic light protocol, label cards as permanent, caution, and re-use, ensuring users will not accidentally delete important data
* View all important information about a card without inserting it into a device
* A Lite version is available free and allows users to save up to two cards at a time

The final box on the “Add Card” screen allows users to set the priority for their card. If users do not want the data on a card to be erased, users can label it as permanent. Memory cards that users should hesitate to reuse can be labeled caution, while cards available for erasing can be labeled re-use. Using the international traffic light protocol, each card is displayed on the main menu screen as red (permanent), amber (caution), and green (re-use). On the main menu, users can sort card profiles by re-use, permanent, or date created/amended. Updates to this version allow users to share the app with friends via email and text.

“Memory Card Organiser is designed for photographers, videographers, music lovers, and anyone else who uses memory cards to store data,” stated DJW founder David Weaver. “Because memory cards are so small, it is impossible to label individual cards with all the information about the data. Memory Card Organiser fixes this problem by making it simple and easy for users to store and access all the information about their memory cards in one place.”

Device Requirements:
* iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, iPod touch (3rd/4th/5th generation), and iPad
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 1.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Memory Card Organiser 1.3 is $2.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category. Review copies are available on request. A free Lite version may be downloaded.

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Based in London, United Kingdom, DJW Media was founded by David Weaver in 2001. As a freelance video producer and photographer, David leveraged his expertise to create apps. Copyright (C) 2001-2013 DJW Media Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.