Dublin, Ireland - Independent developer Aram Miquel is today proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Pile - Bookmarks Reimagined 1.0.3, his new content organization app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Pile is a place for iPhone users to keep any type of content. Notes, links, files, documents, photos, and more can be saved inside the Pile app. Users can organize their content using folders, allowing them to create curated lists of any type. Users can search and view their content, even when they're offline.
Pile allows users to collaborate with other users by sharing folders and notes. Invited users can also add and organize their content in the shared folders or notes. The app's minimalist interface allows the user's content be the protagonist. The easy-to-use app features a drag-and-drop interface to organize the content the way the user wants it.
"I built Pile with privacy in mind, using iCloud to store all of the user's data. This means that no one, not even our developers, can access the data," says Aram Miquel. "This provides the benefit of data being backed up and synchronized between devices for free, while offering a login-free experience."
Pile's "Share Extension" allows iPhone users to quickly save content to Pile from anywhere on an iPhone. This allows users to save information to Pile from Safari, Chrome, news apps, messaging apps, and much more. This makes it easy to save and share interesting articles, documents, photos, notes, messages and more to a clean, easy-to-use interface.
Pile "cards" can be easily organized by dragging and dropping them into the order the users wishes. Users can organize content using folders (and folders within folders), or if they wish, they can simply create a very long list of their favorite items. Pile's search functionality allows users to easily find items when needed. Items can be found and viewed, even if there is no available internet connection.
Pile is privacy-focused, as Pile's data base is saved to iCloud, meaning only the user has access to the content. Pile's iCloud functionality allows data to be automatically synchronized between all of a user's iOS devices.
Items users can save in Pile include:
* Texts, notes, writings: Keep ideas safe
* Lists, checklists: Never forget anything
* Photos: All memories and inspirations in one convenient location
* Links: News, websites, competition, how tos, and more
* Files: Microsoft Office, Apple's Keynote and Numbers documents
* PDFs: Keep PDFs safe and organized
"Pile is currently iPhone-only, but I'm building an iPad app that will be for sale in the near future, which will bring Pile to the next level by using the best features of iPadOS and its big screen" continues Aram. "The iPhone and iPad apps will synchronize data between them automatically. We are also building a Safari Extension for macOS, to make it really easy to add links from macOS, so they will appear on the user's iPhone or iPad later."
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 14.1 or later
* 30 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Pile - Bookmarks Reimagined 1.0.3 is free and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. The app is completely free and there are no in-app purchases or subscriptions.
Pile - Bookmarks Reimagined 1.0.3
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Dublin, Ireland-based independent developer Aram Miquel has a strong background in Mobile Development with more than eight years of experience working for the largest European airlines, as well as small startups. Aram has led mobile development teams for the past four years, and he has always had a passion for side projects. The release of Pile marks the first time that he is working to launch a business and bring a product to market. Even though Aram's passion for apps started by coding, he now enjoys all aspects of the building of a product, from its early concept to reality. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2021 Aram Miquel. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad 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.