Smitten With The Project Life App For Android

If you haven’t already heard, the Project Life App for Android is LIVE!! Yes, the Project Life App is in the Google Play Store…live, in living color, ready and waiting for you to tap those Purchase and Install buttons. I couldn’t tap those buttons fast enough. And just like that, at long last, there was the Project Life App, on my Samsung Galaxy tablet, in the palm of my hand. Smitten ♥

In anticipation of the Android release, I watched the Project Life App videos. The videos are perfect bite-size jewels demonstrating the how-to’s of the app. They are simple, useful and quick. When that shiny new Project Life App icon showed up on my screen, I wanted to be ready…and I was thanks to the videos. (You can totally figure it out on your own, but there are little tips in the videos that make them worth the viewing.)

Here are my first three pages using the Project Life App for Android. Smitten twice. ♥





So, I am hooked as I knew I would be, just like the other thousands of Android users I’m sure. For me, it was well worth the wait and may be the biggest game changer for how I record our family memories, big and small, going forward. The app comes pre-loaded with four fabulous kits:

  • Kraft Edition
  • Midnight Edition
  • School Themed Cards
  • Strawberry Edition

I then purchased the Project 52 2016 Edition as a little treat for myself to celebrate the Project Life App for Android finally going live.

A big shout out and thank you to Becky Higgins and her genius team for making this happen for the Android world. I cannot imagine the amount of hard work, trial and error, and testing that it took to bring the Android version of the Project Life App to fruition.

This app makes me want to cultivate a good life and record it–and now I can– in the palm of my hand, whenever and wherever. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Until next time,

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One thought on “Smitten With The Project Life App For Android

  1. Hi, I like your choice of layouts. I am also learning to use this Android App with my new project endeavor that can make layouts and photos, etc. printable and repositionable. My projects print on 8.5″ by 11″ woven fabric sheets which are smaller than the 12″ x 12″ scrapbook pages, but the picture can be minimized. Through PowerPoint a picture can be cropped and copied to two sheets for posting on a child/teen/adult’s wall. Also, the sheets are much safer in a home because it does not give off fluorocarbons like a printed enlarged vinyl sheet. I like the digital aspect of keeping memories in available storage, but sometimes it is really nice to print and stick photos that can be removed and updated without sticky residue left behind. Thanks for posting such a useful blog.

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