BURLINGTON, VT (March 31, 2011) Anon Optics recently added a brand new feature to its free iPhone app called the Anon Journal, allowing riders to capture details about their days spent snowboarding all year long. The new feature also makes it easy for riders to share Journal entries via Facebook. In addition, the Anon app is now available for the iPad and Android for the first time.
Anon team rider Gabi Viteri had this to say about the new Journal feature, "Anon's new Journal makes it super easy to log my days on hill and share with friends where I've been shredding on Facebook. I'm loving the new update!"
Using the new Anon Journal, riders can upload a photo and jot down details like snowfall amount, type of terrain, Anon goggles worn and any special notes about the day. The Journal also keeps track of the number of days riders go snowboarding during the season. Once riders are done entering info in the Journal, they can choose to share the details about their day on Facebook.
"The Journal is easy to use and has all the features I'd want in an app," said Anon team rider Jack Mitrani. "It comes in real handy when I'm on the road. I can now share with all my Frends what mountain I'm at, who I rode with and upload photos all in one rad little package. I use the Anon app more than my Facebook account, and that is saying something!”
To start logging spring days on the mountain using the new Anon Journal, simply update your existing Anon iPhone app or download the FREE app here: www.anonoptics.com/app
For more information on Anon, stop by your local snowboard shop, a Burton flagship store or visit www.anonoptics.com.
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