I still remember days, when all the pictures, taken at the memorable life events were developed and nicely arranged into the albums. I still enjoy reviewing these albums occasionally. However, lately, all taken pictures are digital. They are not printed anymore and saved on the hard drive. Even if you use photos organizer, with enormous amount of the files, it may take significant amount of time to find a picture you are looking for to review or to share with friends.
While there are multiple online services, allowing sharing your memories with friends and relatives, there is definitely a wide range of the improvement which you may seek.
Today, I would like to present a new service Keepy.me, which offers an innovative approach is not to organize these memories, allowing users to enhance pictures, add useful notes, both text, voice, and video, and propose other family members and friends to document their reactions.
Keepy.me, the ambitious company, based in New York, last year raised $1.1 million investments, some of which were contributed by the Winklevoss brothers (the twins who were part of the founding of Facebook and sued Mark Zuckerberg when they were squeezed out of the company). Just in the first four months since Keepy’s launch, more than 150,000 people have signed up for the service.
There are three plans to use, all equipped with the same rich set of features and ads-free, but with the different amount of keepies to store a month. The free plan is limited by 31 keepy a month, as approximately one a day, which might be more than enough for starter.
Mobile applications for iPhones and Android smart phones are available.