Capture and Share the Stories that Matter Most in Your Life
The latest buzz just in!Learn how we’re innovating an ancient tradition in this article
Family History Videos
Legacy Love Letter and Ethical Will Videos
“I love that someone has leveraged the ubiquitous presence of smartphones and found a way to create an app to encourage family histories to be recorded on the fly!!” ~Professional Oral Historian, Liz Massey
Want happy, resilient kids? Scientific research has proved that children who know of their family’s narrative display a greater sense of happiness and resilience than children who don’t. Record and share your family stories to help create a happier, healthier, more connected world.
Love Story Videos
Surprise and delight the people in your life; a cherished gift that touches them now, and will last for generations.
StoryCatcher for iPhone provides you with a simple tool to create sharable, mini-biographies; complete with titles, video footage capture, photos and screen text. You can record and save all that you, your family, your friends — or maybe even strangers — have to tell.
The best part, if you don’t know what to ask your interview subject, hints of good questions to ask are included! Tap “interview tips”. All you need to do is record and share, the app does the rest!
Collect stories of your family members, your friends, yourself and share them by email, on YouTube or Facebook instantly. You can even save to your camera roll or store them in a shared Dropbox folder for all to enjoy — publicly or privately.
Recording is easy and the pre-made themes put your stories together so you don’t have to tweak and edit them. Create a legacy keepsake video for your family and friends now!
StoryCatcher is the brainchild collaboration of Professional Personal Historian, April Bell, and iPhone App Coder, Urs Brauchli.
April and Urs wanted to find a fun, easy and engaging way to help bring family and friends closer together through video storytelling.
Ultimately, it is our personal stories that connect and bind us, today and for generations to come. What’s your story?