The visual journaling app LifeCrumbs, by a startup called Tomofun, lets users turn boring or sad moments into one filled with happy pictures.
According to TechCrunch, LifeCrumbs, launched in closed beta in October 2012 before opening to the public last August, lets people record meaningful moments from each day.
Tomofun has integrated the app with Facebook, Twitter and Instagram so that users can select updates from each network to import.
The report said that Tomofun is currently self-funded and exploring several revenue models for LifeCrumbs including letting users order their photo calendars as prints and other products.
The free iOS app, which will launch its Android version soon, lets you turn those moments into a visual calendar filled with photos of good memories.
The official LifeCrumbs account uploads inspirational quotes and photos each day and users gain points for uploading status updates and photos.
The report said that LifeCrumb users have dedicated their visual calendars to daily updates about their children, pets, weight loss progress, best meals or even used it as a budgeting tool.