Cork, Ireland, February 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- With the iPhone’s new 8MP camera and all-new optics, it’s no wonder most parents look no further when it comes to capturing their baby photos and videos. The more difficult question is where to save and share these personal family moments. While Facebook is great when you want to share with your wider social network, users are now looking for more control over their digital privacy when it comes to sharing online.Tweekaboo
is a new app that allows new and soon-to-be moms and dads to instantly upload photos and videos from their iPhones to a secure online pregnancy and baby diary. Users can invite family members and close friends to Tweekaboo’s private social network where they can easily share the big and little moments of their pregnancy and their baby’s first years with the people who really care.
Tweekaboo is private by default but offers parents both private and public sharing options. So for those “shout it from the rooftops” moments, parents can post to Facebook or send a Tweet direct from their Tweekaboo diary.
"I realised that as time went by, our smart phones were filling up with texts, photos and videos that recorded the wonderful story of our children's lives. I wanted a safe place to save these memories so my kids could look back on them when they were older but couldn't find an easy solution. So we developed Tweekaboo to give parents a simple, secure and private means of recording and sharing these precious moments with family and close friends," Tweekaboo Founder - and father of 4 - Eugene Murphy said.
The constant improvements in smart phone cameras and ubiquity of secure cloud storage now make it possible to easily keep a digital diary of your baby's life and access that diary from every device you own.
"We are committed to building a secure digital diary platform and a private social network that gives parents more choice and control over how they store and share their pregnancy and baby photos online," said Murphy.
With online privacy becoming more and more of a concern, apps like Tweekaboo are serving a growing demand for better privacy and control when it comes to sharing online.