Remember when keeping an online journal was a social requirement? Social media like FB are essentially updated interactive journals that let users share parts of their lives in all their ego-driven glory. Incorporating photos and video into the way people share information with friends and family was a natural progression. The only downside to this was the narrative behind the posted media got lost somewhere along the way. Joognu is a parent-focused web-based platform that allows users to store, organize, and share their children’s experiences and memories. The site and app let parents upload video and photos along with journal posts they write. All of this is stored online and can be accessed later when the parent wants to string these “memories” together using the site’s Weaver feature – which helps users string together their children’s life moments into a sharable digital timeline.
1,10,000 uploads and 18000 downloads of joognu android app ....and counting!