FamilyLeaf – Private family network for all

Posted: January 19, 2013 in App Ideas

Statistics say that more than 56 percent of people use social networking sites to network with friends and family. But for social networking sites like facebook, orkut or twitter wherever one goes, whoever you meet becomes a friend and acquaintance soon. This prevents many to live a virtual life with poise. However for people, who are distanced by borders from their families, desperately need a social networking pavilion to share views, news and pictures with each other. Understanding this pain and demand for a private family network, two young software fanatics Wesley Zhao and Ajay Mehta developed Familyleaf– a unique private family networking field.

Courtesy: Idyllic Software

Courtesy: Idyllic Software

Privacy matters

There were many others who felt developing a private family networking portal. But what sets FamilyLeaf apart is its share with an email facility. When one sends an email to his/her family network, with respect to any news, information or pictures, the app collects it and uploads the info on the network on your behalf.

We also admire the thought of localizing the website into regional languages. Within a very short time the website l

unched the application in Chinese, Hindi, Greek, Russian, French, Spanish and Italian, in addition to English. This we believe will open more doors and help the app to connect generations across the internet.

However from a Communications persona, I suggest the founders to introduce video calling service in the application. This will enable the family to connect in a better way whenever an emotional chord strikes each other.

Are you already connected to your family via the familyleaf network?

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