everyStory, Inc., a private company, is a platform that allows people to use their tablet as a photo album and records stories over their photos, capturing those memories forever. The stories are then sent to the cloud to be permanently saved and shared, allowing others to add stories to those photos and photos to those stories, effectively creating a secure cloud based social network that preserves the most important moments of yesterday and today, forever. SNNLive spoke with Edward Cox, CEO of everyStory, Inc., a private company, at the Growth Capital Expo 2015 in Las Vegas, NV.
Mr. Cox begins with an overview of everyStory, Inc., "If you've ever had a chance to sit with either your dad, your grand-dad or your grand-mom in front of a photo album, it's a remarkable way to hear their stories; like each photo they start to hear new things, and it's a really kind of magical moment, but the problem is at the end of that none of that has been saved. You heard the stories, and they said it, but there's no way that's been captured."
He continues, "So what everyStory is, is effectively a photo album on an iPad that everything that's being audibly said is being tagged to those photos in whatever order they choose, and sent to the cloud and saved forever; and once it's up there, you can actually send it to other members of your family and they can add their voice notes to that story or their story to those photos. And so effectively, it's a secure micro-social network to generationally preserve family memories forever, which is really cool."
"The product launch in July 1 (2015) on the app. store, and we're in beta in May," he explains. For more information about everyStory, Inc., go to: www.everystory.us
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