LAS VEGAS, NV and DETROIT, MI--(Marketwired - Jan 7, 2014) - memloom, www.memloom.com launches its storytelling platform today at CES 2014 in Las Vegas to help consumers tell their own stories, capture their precious memories and share them with friends and family. The memloom platform is free and initially available to consumers via an email invitation process.
Designed by veteran publishing executives with deep experience in magazine-style storytelling, the memloom platform is user friendly, intuitive and beautifully designed. You can archive and tell the key moments and milestones in your life by turning your photos into stories that you won't lose. It focuses on helping people easily capture a memory and tell a story that is shareable with family or friends via email or Facebook. memloom's creative storytelling tools make it easy to preserve your memories and will even prompt you along the way in doing so. Instead of bombarding loved ones with a thousand photos of your recent overseas vacation, memloom lets you communicate the highlights, and even add in fun, narrative audio clips, background music or videos in a digestible format.
"We believe that the most amazing stories to tell are your own. memloom's goal is to help people easily share and tell them in the way they want and in the best format possible," said Alyssa Martina, co-founder and CEO of memloom. "Storytelling is an art form and our platform is designed with the modern consumer in mind, to make it easier than ever to share and tell your family stories."
memloom's consumer-friendly features include:
- Upload media such as photos, audio and videos
- Visual interface that is fast and easy to navigate
- A variety of professionally designed themes, with more added on a monthly basis
- Audio narration functionality
- "Save and continue working" functionality
- Safe and secure, with private and public sharing options
memloom is available to the general public via invitation at www.memloom.com. The platform is free and offers three account levels with tiered usage capabilities. Three gigabytes of free storage (enough for about 1,000 photos) are offered to all members. However, memloom is focused on maximizing media usage and is not simply another form of media storage.
Founded in 2012 by publishing veterans, Alyssa Martina, Marie Klopf and Alexis Bourkoulas, memloom is a storytelling platform that easily captures your memories and helps your share them with others. Based in Michigan, investors for the company include tech entrepreneurs David Fry and Rudy Pataro, along with angel investor groups such as the First Step Fund.