Keepy Extends Memory Playlist to Android

Keepy, provider of a platform that allows families to share and save memories via a private Memory Playlist filled with photos, artwork, schoolwork, and mementos enhanced with audio and video commentary, has launched an Android version of its free app, along with several new features and an integration with Zazzle that offers printing capabilities.

Keepy launched its iOS app in September and has since grown its user base to more than 150,000 people in more than 90 countries.

In response to user feedback, Keepy has introduced several new features both in the app and on its Web platform that help families save memories in a unique way. When users upload a moment, such as a photo of their child's artwork or their first missing tooth, they can now add voice and text comments which are saved alongside that photo. This is in addition to the existing ability for extended family and loved ones to add video comments, a feature that has proven to be popular since Keepy launched.

Keepy presents a fresh concept called the Memory Playlist which uses smartphone technology to capture the emotional portion of each moment with voice, video, or text commentary. Parents can snap a photo of their kids' creations (a Keepy), name it, date it, label it with a tag, record their child telling the story behind it with the KeepyCam, and share it privately with grandparents, aunts, uncles and other loved ones. The fans can then admire it on the Web, in an email or on their phone, and leave a video, voice or text reaction.

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