1 Second Everyday
By Cesar Kuriyama
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A video diary of your journey.
Imagine a movie that includes every day of the rest of your life…
FEATURED by Apple, Fast Company, TED, CNN, BBC, & countless more!
For over 3 years now, I've been recording 1 second every day, so I'll never forget another day ever again. This project has had such a profoundly positive impact on my life, that I've passionately developed an App that will make it extraordinarily easy for anyone to do this too.
Reliving every single day of my life at age 30 in 6 minutes has provided me with a treasured perspective on life. It holds me accountable for making each day count.
When I turn 40, I'll have a 1 hour compilation that encapsulates my 30s. If I live to see 80 years of age, I'll have a 5-hour video that summarizes 50 years of my life.
+ The App accesses any videos currently in your camera roll & sorts them by date. You can also record your moment directly from the App.
+ Setup friendly reminders so you never forget a day!
+ Keep multiple timelines! You could have one for yourself… for each of your kids… your dinner… what you wear every day… etc! Looking forward to endless creative interpretations!
+ 1SE Crowds! Submit a second from your life to videos made up from hundreds of us... Let's view everyday life from countless of perspectives!
+ Super Seconds! It gives you an extra 50% more time when you need it!
+ Chosen seconds back up with the app in iCloud (if you back up your phone with iCloud)
+ Compile any given amount of time desired—the last month, year, or just select a start and end date.
+ Once you've selected a day's second, you can remove the original video from your camera roll. The App copies the second and keeps it within the App itself.
+ Your seconds are privately held on your phone. You never have to share this with anyone if you don't want to. The primary purpose of this App is to help you remember your own life. Sharing is optional.
What's New in Version 1.82
+ Opening up SuperSeconds to ALL!
(1/2 second more time when you need it!, just click the red + button)
+ Featuring 1 Second Everyday, Jon Favreau's 'CHEF' is opening in theaters throughout the country! We've partnered to bring you a special CHEF CROWD in the CROWDS area! Check it out!
+ Bug fixes
I like this app a lot, especially the concept behind it. I would like the option in photos to be able to post a pic from the day after. Example: I made my dad a cake one day but forgot to take a pic. The next day I gave him the cake and took a picture of his reaction to put on that day. I then also took a pic of the cake alone since I'd forgotten to the day before. When I tried to post the cake pic to the day before (the actual event day) it wouldn't let me, since I'd taken it the day after.
It would be helpful to have the choice to have full access to the entire camera roll for situations as I described above.
I'd greatly appreciate it if you'd seriously consider the suggestion above.
Then I most defiantly would give it a 5 star rating.
I don't like advertising
Cool idea, that's why I bought it. It's like an extremely brief diary. The UI is very basic and only works in landscape orientation.
What I don't like is that every movie you make seems to be required to end with a One Second Everyday advertisement that is, ironically, like 4s long. I don't expect this from a paid app. Another small issue I've found is the scrub control jumps back quite a ways each time you preview the segment it is highlighting. Meaning if you liked what you saw, well, sorry. It is no longer selected.
With some small enhancements, this could be a 5 star app in my book.
Has so much potential, but
I've been using this app for over a year, and it has crashed so much more than when I first got it. I literally couldn't save any clips in the last 10 minutes because it would crash when I tried to. Every. Single. Time. It has become too frustrating to use.
Another thing that would improve my review of the app would be the ability to use reimported videos or photos on any day. Several times now I've been unable to save a clip because the date it was reimported doesn't recognize the time stamp of when the file was actually created.