Hello forum goers. I'm happy to announce my first iPhone app: PhotoTalk. Photos are a great way to capture moments. But audio adds a whole other layer of memory on top of photographs. PhotoTalk is the premier “talking picture frame” app for the iPhone and iPod touch. PhotoTalk gives you the ability to record audio clips for any of your photos, and then recall the memories any time you want. Here's a video I made that shows the interface and how to use PhotoTalk: PhotoTalk does requires a microphone to record audio (obviously). So to record audio in PhotoTalk on an iPod touch, you must have a second generation device and an external microphone plugged in to your device. PhotoTalk will be available on the App Store soon at the price of $2.99. I think that's quite the deal since the cheapest I could find a real talking picture frame was around $15, and that was for a non-portable 5x3 that only held one photo and one 10 second audio clip. So for 1/5 of that price, you get 30 second audio clips and as many photos as you have space to store. Plus you can carry all of them around in your pocket instead of having to leave it on a desk or table at home. The official site (which is little more than the video displayed above at a larger size with an app store button) is http://www.metacreatureapps.com/phototalk/. I'd love to know what you all think about the app. For future updates, I'm hoping to incorporate a way to email the photo and audio clip so that you can get it off the device, but I've yet to figure out if such a thing is possible. Any other ideas or things you'd like to see in an application like this?