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Eezyfile: South Africa’s first visual storage app

August 18, 2017 • Online & Social, Southern Africa, Top Stories

Eezyfile, Eezy Development

Eezy Developments Launches APP for Visual Velocity

Eezy Developments has, according to the firm, revealed the launch of South Africa’s first visual storage app. Eezyfile is the first interface in South Africa that will enable users to store personal information like birth certificates, passport copies, warranties and more. The app is a combination of organisation and image recognition. Users can share images and folders with others and have conversations about the stored information.

Currently available on Google Play Store, the app not only stores information, but it also reminds users when their warranty will expire. Users can Snap an image of preferred document with Eezyfile, Save it and store it in a folder for “Home Improvements” or even a “Wish List.” The photo will be stored in the cloud and be available to share or to mull over when users add more elements to that same folder.

”We live in an age driven by technology and electronics; almost all of which come with some kind of warranty or guarantee,” shares Friedel Weihe, founder of Eezy Developments and the mastermind behind EezyFile. “This APP bridges the gap between our electronic interface and old style paper documents. Snap a picture of your warranty after purchase and EezyFile not only ensures you never lose your warranty, it reminds you when your warranty is about to expire.”

“EezyFile has strong search capabilities, as each image is tagged under various headings that you select, acting as a secure album to keep your thoughts, dreams and wish lists, organized and alive,” Weihe concludes.

Edited By Fundisiwe Maseko
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