Evergram Introduces “Future Messaging Platform”


The startup company ‘Evergram’ has introduced a very innovative side to his platform.Evergram

Evergram is a Group Video Messaging Platform that offers a Group to quickly create & send video memories to the Event’s honoree; personal keepsake messages that are automatically aggregated & delivered date in a beautiful online Evergram viewing wall.

Sounds complicated right, well its not. And with the new future messaging platform you can not only just send video and audio messages or even written actually, but can also record a video/audio or a written message to be delivered at a later date.

Evergram is rolling out this feature in albums for occasions like birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, retirements, showers, social causes, congratulations, family gatherings, and living memorials.

Duncan Seay, the co-founder and chief executive of Evergram was diagnosed with Cancer two years back, and that is what inspired him to build Evergram in the first place. He says that he began to think about the various things people would want to share with their children, friends, family and loved ones. “When you’ve got an 11-year-old who really doesn’t want to listen to his father – who doesn’t feel like his father has very much in the way of ‘school of wisdom’ to offer him, you start envisioning how ‘wouldn’t it be great to send YouTube-like video clips to your kids to be delivered in the future?’” he says.

The website organizes digital content into an attractive online album which the recipients can view at any time. This album can be made public or can remain private.

Seay also says that with the thought that the content will be viewed later one tends to think and then say what he wishes to and what is important.

The website is currently in its beta mode and henceforth is free for all. Apple users can also download it from the iTunes App Store.

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