1st Day of School – Must *HAVE* app!

Kids are still heading back to school and you know what that means…pictures galore! Great memories are created during the first day of school. The message behind some of the photos…”Mom, I do NOT want you to post this on Facebook”…or…”Mom, I don’t want to have my picture taken…again”, or “Mom, I am gonna be late”! Well, those are the sayings I usually hear at my house on the first day of school.

I am here to share with you a free app that makes the first day of school even more fun for moms and dad photographers! The folks at Elmer’s (The Official Sponsor of the 1st Day of School™) have a fun app that is available for both iOS and Android phones. The 1st Day app makes it easy for parents to capture and share all those glorious memories. You can snap photos, add captions, create albums, set sharing preferences, and more. Along with the app itself, you can log on to their website (www.the1stday.com) and receive additional functions like adding borders, create a slideshow with music. Just think of all the fun you can have with those great photos taken from your smartphones!

Not only is it a cool stand alone app, but now just by using the 1st Day app, you’re helping students in need. For every picture taken with the 1st day app, Elmer’s will donate one product (up to 200,000 products) to the Kids in Need Foundation, an organization that distributes free school supplies to students whose families can’t afford them.

Now go and download your 1st Day app and capture those memories! The free 1st Day app can be downloaded on iPhone and Android mobile devices by scanning the QR code found on select Elmer’s glue bottles and in-store school supply displays or directly from the iTunes Store or Google Play.

One thought on “1st Day of School – Must *HAVE* app!

  1. In the education system, we have many type apps, and many schools, education center are also using school app for sharing school images, event images, video and school notification. Such a school communication app mylyapp is used for better communication with parent teacher & student and school management.

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