October 5, 2009

Vic Mahfood

Birthday Calendar for Facebook

COST: 99 cents
DESCRIPTION: Calendar, Lifestyle, Messaging Native, Social Networking
..RELEASED: 7/15/09, VERSION: 1.1 -- RATING: 3-1/2 Stars..

I just noticed this Facebook add-on recently and decided I needed it on my phone so I could get alerts to upcoming friends' birthdays. Birthday Calendar for Facebook works really well by alerting me with a badge on the icon that you preset for as many days in advance of the occasion as you choose. What I personally love though is the Calendar feature which displays holidays from many countries around the world. Wherever my friends live, I know when they will be getting a day off from work! Some wonderful features of this app are: Friends' list - you may view both Facebook and non-Facebook friends here, as well as sort this information by many different fields, Alerts and Notifications - set the day and time for your alert, Send a Virtual Gift - surprise your friend from among hundreds of choices, Text/E-mail or Call your friends from within the app, and so very much more. I have just scratched the surface. Birthday Calendar for Facebook is loaded with flexibility and options that will keep you in your friends' good graces by your thoughtfulness in remembering their birthdays.

"Birthday Calendar, the most popular birthday app on Facebook, now comes to iPhone with many of the same features and functionalities. Birthday Calendar has just made being thoughtful a little easier and a lot more fun."

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires OS 3.0 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip: The free Lite Version is also available at the App Store.
--Languages: English
--Developer: BigDates Solutions

Note: Prices, Ratings and Versions are subject to change. Please visit the iTunes App Store for more details, and to download:

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