Published 8 Feb 2016
[cont'd] an age limit of 13 but many don't put their year of birth in. This cuts some of the most important people - notably the kids and the elderly - out of the equation.
The app itself features a beautifully clean and elegant interface. Just input the person's name and their date of birth and add a photo and you won't have to remember people's ages or birthdays ever again. You can add anybody you like - your own kids, friends' kids, siblings, nieces, nephews, parents or special friends. It will be particularly useful when you have to deal with a varied group of individuals to log the youngest to the eldest. AgeLog will not only track the ages and birthdays of the people around you but also show you their exact age in years, months and days. You can create groups - kids, family or friends etc - and share all these birthday lists with the relevant parties.
AgeLog's countdown to the day feature gives you more time to prepare for the event and buy the appropriate presents for their age. It's all very well being told that it's little Jenny's birthday on the day but you really need that information a week or more ahead of time. That will give you time to plan and buy the right present and allow for the arbitrariness of postal service to deliver it. Its always disappointing to find that the present you've diligently chosen is...