It’s almost Christmas and everyone’s rushing to buy last-minute gifts for relatives and friends. If you ask, I bought all the gifts I wanted in one afternoon because I’m lazy and I didn’t want to waste my precious time but thing is, there this app which really helped me out during the whole process of choosing stuff for my friends and telling my mom what I wanted for Christmas. Yeah, I’ve been a good guy and my mom’s great, if you ask.
Anyway, let’s move on and talk about the neat app Gift Box is.
From the same developer of Years (I reviewed it a while ago) Gift Box shares the same attention to details and UI elements: I mean, the first thing you’ll notice it’s the interface, so beautiful. It’s a wooden UI with some paper graphics around, totally cool. The main concept behind Gift Box is that you need an app to manage stuff you’d like to give / buy. Yeah, it’s a wishlist. Indeed, from the main screen you can create as many “lists” as you want, like Christmas, Wine, Books or a generic Wishlist. Just to organize things in categories, you know. Now, here comes the fun part: once you’ve selected a category it’s time to actually add items into that list. Tap the + button in the top right corner and here you go with the “Add Item” screen. You can enter a title, description and cost, together with a picture from your Camera Roll. For instance, I’m gonna buy those shoes this week.
Should you buy Gift Box? If you usually find yourself thinking about “those books I should buy, but I don’t know which one” or, you need an app to manage your purchases because you really buy a lot of things the answer is yes. Gift Box comes at $0.99 with a delicious interface and a good set of features, in-app email forwarding included.