An app to replace refrigerator magnets? I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. When they kids bring home their prized art work from school, it proudly goes on the refrigerator. Now an app called Keepy lets you store them in a digital format and share them too. Keepy CEO Offir Gutelzon…
“It’s an easy way to save not just a photo but actually crop it automatically and record the kid talking about the artwork. So you don’t just save a flat thing, you actually save the memory. On top of that, you can actually invite grandma and grandpa to get updates privately. And we developed Keepy to really be a multi-generational platform. So even if you don’t have a cell phone or you don’t have an app, you can actually get the email with notification. And grandma can also comment back via the email.”
The basic version with up to fifteen additions a month is free…unlimited use is 40 dollars a year. You can find more at keepy.me. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.
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