KeepTree Announces Launch of New Website
New video messaging website features new look, improved interface, and upgraded functionality
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
KeepTree, LLC (the “Company”), the creator of the hot new video messaging technology that allows users to record videos and deliver them at a future date and time, today announced the launch of its newly redesigned website (http://www.KeepTree.com).
KeepTree allows users to record and share videos with their friends and family, and save them forever. KeepTree customers can record videos and have them delivered to friends and family in the future. To better serve its “non-military” and “military” users, KeepTree wanted to build a new website that offers a clean, user-friendly environment, including upgraded video recording and playback technology in addition to many new social features found on other sites in the online social media space. The Company’s military user base can access the new site at http://www.TroopTree.com.
The new website offers users at http://www.KeepTree.com and http://www.TroopTree.com a new simpler interface to record video messages to recipients, integration with users’ Facebook accounts, enhanced video search functionality, and a mobile site that allows videos to be viewed from a smartphone. The KeepTree video messaging service does not require a simultaneous internet connection, and allows users the luxury of recording and delivering video messages whenever and wherever they want. Additionally, with the proprietary (patent-pending) FutureSend™ feature, users have the ability to “schedule” the delivery of video messages at predetermined future dates and times, whether that’s a day from now, or 30 years from now.
“We are very excited about the launch of our brand new website.” said Jon Loew, KeepTree’s Chief Executive Officer. “The fast user growth and buzz enjoyed by KeepTree over the past six months, together with the incredible amount of interest we have received from many large potential strategic partners made apparent our need to not only include advanced functionality and standards expected by such high profile partners, but a site that would also keep our users coming back and make our technology a mainstay in their everyday lives.”
Stephen Plotsker, KeepTree’s Chief Technology Officer, added “We were very excited at the opportunity to launch this project. The site features a new look and feel and user-friendly interface. KeepTree’s current and future business opportunities made apparent the need to integrate the most current technology and features that would be expected from a leading provider of video messaging services.”
Mr. Plotsker continued, “KeepTree’s strong commitment to technology and continuous innovation is a direct reflection of its desire to provide a best of breed video platform for its users and strategic partners.”
The site redesign comes on the heels of a tremendous first year of operations, as well as several soon to be announced important strategic partnerships.
The Company currently has mobile applications in development and anticipates announcing the release of its service on the iPhone and iPad platforms in the near future.
KeepTree (http://www.KeepTree.com) is a web-based video messaging system designed to allow users to record, store and share videos. The KeepTree service does not require a simultaneous internet connection, and allows users to determine when videos should be delivered to their recipients. KeepTree is the first service to allow future delivery of videos affording users numerous unique capabilities, including the opportunity to continue to share memories and advice with loved ones even after they are no longer alive.
KeepTree’s “TroopTree” service (http://www.TroopTree.com) is available at no charge to active duty military personnel and their families. TroopTree.com also allows members of the public to record “Thank You” videos for our troops.
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