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Capsule - save, remember and tag your favorite places

$1.99
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Travel
  • Lifestyle
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* Capsule lets you save the restaurants, cafes, parks, and other places you want to remember.

* Search for places by name or just tap the nearby button to find places near where you are

* Find and Save places around the world by changing your location to another city

* Add tags and an optional note whenever you save a place. For example, add the tag "Lunch" to all your lunch places or add the tag "Jane" for all places your friend Jane recommended.

* My List shows you all the places you saved sorted by what is closest to your current location

* Easily search My List by the following: name, category, tags, note, city or street

* Save Locations too! - remember an interesting street or neighborhood by tapping on the current location icon (red dot) on the map and saving that location to your list

* Venue and Tip data powered by Foursquare (Thanks Guys!)


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"Capsule is a really nifty app if you love exploring new places and want an easy way to save them. " - BeautifulPixels.com

"Capsule takes the simple approach. Pull out your iPhone and you can either view nearby spots on a map or search for them by name. Tap to save, add tags or notes and you’re done." - Cult of Mac

"this sleek little app is a great way to keep a list of places you want to go to, complete with quick directions. It beats manually keeping a list yourself, and it’s fun to use." - App Advice

"Capsule have fantastically developed tagging and searching of saved locations, so you can search easily, or simply find closest locations based on your current location" - Inside iOS Apps

"If you would like something to help you remember what places you enjoy, the ones you didn't, and ones you want to remember to visit, Capsule is a great option with a clean interface." - imore.com

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