Good tidings was launched on March 25, 2018.
The app, which allows users to save their favourite stories and other good tiditions, allows users the ability to save them to their phone or the web.
Users can also choose to save a link to the app, or add a picture to the link.
This photo-editing feature is similar to how the app handles photos for bookmarks and shared content.
“Nancy Halvours’ app is designed to help people share good tidions,” reads the description.
“Users can save the stories, photos, notes, and links to their favourites to share with friends, family, and co-workers.
It is also designed to provide a new way for people to share their favourite good tidios with their friends and family, to encourage them to take a closer look at their loved ones and their life experiences.”
The app has an extensive library of stories, pictures, and more.
Users also have the ability for the app to upload their own good tiditings to the cloud, and have it automatically downloaded when they download the app.
“Good tidings is a great app for people who want to keep good tidies for the rest of their lives, but want to save the most good tidie stories and images to their mobile devices,” the Good Tidings website says.
“If you want to have a good idea of who you are, how you are feeling, what you are thinking and doing, you should use the app.”
There are a number of other features in the app as well, including a feature where users can save a photo of a loved one or a friend, and also an ability to share a photo and a link.
The apps social media account is still up, but it is no longer a curated list.
The Good Tiding app is currently available in the App Store.
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