Sunday 30 September 2012

Tweekaboo: Organize Memories Of Your Child’s Moments & Share With Your Family

Couples typically start taking pictures and recording memories of their children’s milestones when they get pregnant. They also start sharing those memories with their contacts using online social networks. But most couples want to share those images only with their family members or close friends. However, for this, you need a service dedicated to sharing your child’s memories with your close contacts. Furthermore, you need this service to be easy to use and accessible as most memories of your child will be captured through your smartphone. Here to be that service is Tweekaboo.

Tweekaboo is a free to use web service that offers you a private social network to share your child’s memories and organize them. You can use the network to save photos and videos on the cloud and share them with close friends and family that can be invited to the network. You can then begin uploading videos and pictures of your child’s milestones to the network and begin sharing them with the people you invited earlier.

You can add tags to each memory you add which makes it easier to find them later. You can keep private diaries to record things about your child that only you and your partner can see. To help you quickly upload things that you capture through your smartphone, Tweekaboo offers an iOS application compatible with iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. The iOS app lets you save texts, photos, and videos from your iPhone directly to your private Tweekaboo timeline.

Overall, Tweekaboo is an excellent application for pregnant couples or parents whose babies are still young. But parents who are looking for an easy way to record the memories of their slightly older children will find this web service to be equally helpful.


  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Lets you record and organize your child’s memories – photos and videos.
  • Offers an iOS application.
  • Lets you maintain an online diary for your child’s memories.

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