A new photo app called Lonenote has recently been dropped on the Apple App Store. This app is primarily aimed at those who wish to express their moments alone in a private space, which is not connected to social sites like Facebook and Twitter.
Unlike other photo apps, Lonenote is not linked to other social networking sites and doesn’t use Twitter-like following mechanism to keep up with others. Instead, it allows you to share your notes anonymously.
After you capture a photo, the app prompts you to handwrite a message/caption on the screen, which you will be able to move to place it anywhere on the photo before you upload it.
The app features a simple interface; there’s no need to register with a username, but you can leave anonymous posts and like others posts, though you will be not able to share links outside the app on web or other social sites.
Currently, Lonenote is only available for iOS users. The company says that they will soon release an Android version too.
iOS users can download this interesting Lonenote app directly from the link given below for no charge. The app works with devices that run on iOS version 6.0 or above.
Lonenote download link for iOS (free)