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This review of Daily Mugshot is brought to your by AppVee.com.
Daily Mugshot is an app for the iPhone that allows you to chronicle your day to day life with pictures of your face. This app is only part of the total package that is Daily Mugshot. The iPhone app allows you to easily update your daily Mugshot account so you can take advantage of the web interface.
The first thing you need to do when you load up this app is to register for an account. The process is handled completely within Safari that will bounce you back into the app after you’ve completed the process.After you register, the app is only one real feature that you need to concern yourself with; to take a Mugshot button. This is all the functionality that this app offers after registration.
Daily Mugshot is an app that has most of its focus on what it can provide. Every picture you take and upload will be stored on dailymugshot.com. From there, you can actually set up a widget for your own site or link others sheer series of pictures so then can see your mug from day to day.
The concept of this app is interesting. Taking a picture of yourself to chronicle your day to day is definitely a more unique way to do it. This app did seem to run into connection issues while testing it out, so it’s probably best to use WiFi or 3G considering you are sending a picture to the server.
This is Bryan from AppVee.com. The definitive source for iPhone app reviews.