Extra! Extra! Read All About Me! MyLifePaper Newscasts Your Life [Sponsored Post]



This post is brought to you by INTERDOM, creator of Mylifepaper.

We are constantly reading and watching news reports about other people in the newspapers and on TV. Well that may be interesting, but unless you happen to be a celebrity, politician, newscaster (or bankrobber), there is one person usually missing on the daily news: You. Mylifepaper is a new iPhone / iPad / iPod touch app devoted on every page to reporting news about you. Here is the news….

Mylifepaper is a social networking mobile app for people looking for new ways to connect with others and share their lives. The idea is that members create their own newspaper reporting the events, pics, videos, reviews, family, and friends that are the news stories of their lives… even containing the day’s weather report!

You become your own reporter documenting and photographing / videoing what you get up to live as you do it and post the story in your Mylifepaper.

The app integrates with Facebook and Twitter, so there is no lengthy signup. Once you logon, you can view other users’ Mylifepapers (sorted by country, city, or other category such as astrological star sign) on your bookshelf, and they yours on theirs! As more users create their own Mylifepapers, so does your bookshelf fill up. You can read their news, see their pics, send each other messages, and so on. The app is really easy and well suited especially for iPhone.

There is a star rating for posts made by you and others, and a useful place for recommending your favorite restaurants, night spots, and hangouts in My Places.

It’s all about you.

Mylifepaper is a free download ($0.00) on the Apple App Store. In-app purchases are restricted to Instagram-like pic effects. Requires iOS 5.0 or later.


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