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Christmas Present

iPhone / iPad
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Christmas Present lets you keep a log of all the gifts you have bought for people this holiday season. You can add photos of the gift, and any details you wish, such as who the present is for, how much you spend, what else you plan to buy to go along with this gift, or any other details that you desire.

You can also set it to display people instead of gifts, and then enter all the gift information for that person in the details screen, making it a collection of christmas lists and gifts purchased and/or gifts need to be purchased viewable by the persons name and photo!

If your person does not follow you on Twitter, or you know they do not have the ability to view your twitter account, you can post the gifts online for easy access for others to see what you have bought, or so you can access it online from any web browser on any computer or any device. These can be posted as individual gifts in case you don't want to share everything.

Password protection keeps those prying eyes from seeing what you have purchased for them, even if they stumble across the app on your phone. I'm sure Santa would love to hear about the break-in attempt though to make sure that person gets put on his naughty list.

Christmas Present fully supports the new larger screen of the iPhone 5, but looks great on the older iphone size screens as well.

We keep things so simple it's scary. Simple, yet flexible enough to list things your way, doing just about anything you want. All within just a few screens. No complicated setups, options or other confusing aspects like the other apps out there. Simply decide how you want things listed out, enter your info, and you're done. Christmas Present does the rest!

Note that once you add an item, you cannot edit it. You need to delete it and create a new one if a revision is necessary. This is a feature, not a bug (you can copy and paste to make re-entry a snap though). It is to protect you from altering a gift that may have impact on other listings. For example, if you set a budget on a person, and create listings for two gifts, but were to edit one of them and forget to edit the budget in the second listing, the budgets would be incorrect. Forcing you to delete and re-create the gift record will make sure you know what the current details should be.