Berlin, Germany, February 16, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- People have always told the stories of their adventures. Be it in books, letters or around the campfire. Today, travelling is one of the most shared life-events on social media. Berlin-based startup Atameo has launched a platform to turn your travel photos and the places you visited into beautiful and personal travel memories.
Travelling is something extremely personal and at the same time it is something people love to share with their family and loved ones. But keeping track of your trips is a lot of work. Most people never get around to writing journals or printing photo books. Some have a map with pins on their wall or a tin-box with a collection of pictures and memories.
“We tend to have our travel memories lying around all over the place,” says Atameo’s Co-Founder Henning Lueke. “Atameo is a place where everything comes together.” Travellers can add their photos, videos, music, quotes, people they’ve met, places they have visited and anything that makes their trip extraordinary.
It’s an idea that came about in the most remote place on earth. Sitting in a small plane over the Australian desert, scouting offroad tracks for a large Land Rover expedition, Lueke used 4 different apps to record places, photos, ideas and routes. He had the idea to combine these features and build a system to automatically record data about your trip. Together with Co-Founder Christopher Speer they started developing prototypes to see how far they could take the idea.
In the future, Atameo plans to further automate the trip-recording, to allow travellers to fully immerse into their experiences without having to focus on writing everything down. The idea is to make it as simple as possible to generate beautiful travel memories. The young company also wants to allow travellers to use trips from other users as a basis to plan their own adventures.
Through its web-app on Atameo.com travellers can also add their past adventures and start building their online travel portfolio. Atameo has only recently launched its iPhone and Android app to log trips on the go.