New Mobile Platform Helps Organize and Share Memories

New Mobile Platform Helps Organize and Share Memories

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Because memories are our business, a portion of all OurHive™ proceeds will be donated to Alzheimer’s and memory loss research to help find a cure.

The buzz is that OurHive™ is the best way to organize and share your family photos. This new mobile platform allows users to easily organize, safely share and securely archive their family memories, all within their own personal, private family network.

Their professional Digital Archivists will organize your memories into an easily searchable digital family legacy. Unlike other scanning services, where you drop off your photos and videos to be scanned and only receive a CD or DVD in the same unorganized format, our Digital Archivists rename your files and add key descriptive information, making it easy for you and your family members to search and locate specific family events. In addition, of your original memories are returned to you in museum quality archival boxes and envelopes for safe, long term storage of your physical master collection. The company also plans to give back to the Alzheimer’s since they are all about memories. As the Indiegogo site explains, “Because memories are our business, a portion of all OurHive™ proceeds will be donated to Alzheimer’s and memory loss research to help find a cure.”

This app and project will be a reality soon with some help via the new crowdsourced funding campaign site. Donate today and have a great way to safely share every memory- whether it was taken seconds ago or 100 years earlier. Your photos will be out of shoeboxes and be shared with family (around the corner or around the world) effortlessly.

Your contributions will help OurHive™ get into business faster, and make their platform even more successful. It’s easy to get involved with great perks starting at just $10. Every donation gets this innovative and practical idea closer to market. For $150 you can get your own ‘hive’ humming. Get your own completely custom Photo Album through the OurHive Store.

Enjoy creating beautiful family photo albums on the run straight from the OurHive app, which will be printed at our local high-end print shop and shipped directly to you. You’ll also receive a Video Shout-Out and the Beta App.

Quality comes first with OurHive™, so you can be sure that any album you create is perfect. Help your memories live on at OurHive. Check out all the perks and details and be sure to share the links widely with friends and family.

Indiegogo Campaign OurHive

www.getourhive.com

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Media Contact
Company Name: OurHive
Contact Person: Kyle Strickland
Email: kylestrickland11@gmail.com
Country: United States
Website: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ourhive-your-family-memories-easily-organized-shared-and-archived

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