In the first part of this blog post, we’re going to offer two suggestions for creative things you can do with all the pictures you snap on your phone at family gatherings, birthday parties, vacations, road trips and more. Because, what’s the point of taking all those pictures if they just sit on your phone? Pictures are memories and there’s an endless number of ways to preserve and enjoy those memories whenever you want to.
The second part of this post will offer a tool that makes our other suggestions that much easier to do.
Suggestion #1: Groovebook
Groovebook is a handy little app for iOS and Android that allows you to upload between 40 and 100 pictures every month to be printed in a 4.5 x 6.5 photobook. The pages are perforated, making it easy to tear and share photos as you like, whether you want to give them to someone else or take them out to include in your own scrapbook or photo album. You can also send Groovebooks with your pictures to family and friends as gifts. And it only costs $2.99 per month.
Suggestion #2: Rubik’s Cube
Anyone who grew up from the 70s to the 90s will likely remember the Rubik’s Cube, a puzzle box that would delight some while driving others to swear off all cube-shaped products for life. Either way, it’s a bit of nostalgia that is perfect for preserving memories. There are several places online, like Personalization Mall, where you can get a Rubik’s Cube customized with any pictures you want.
Now, how do we make sure we can easily take advantage of the above suggestions? Many of us have been on vacation, at a family gathering, concert or other event and had to waste time deleting things from our phone so we could fit all the pictures we wanted to take. It’s easy to lose track of how much storage space is left on our phones and it always seems to become an issue at the most inconvenient times possible.
Or what if you have a large number of pictures you want to share with another family member or fellow concertgoer? Texting each individual photo or drafting emails with multiple photos attached to each is tedious and time-consuming.
That’s why, more and more, people are looking for solutions that provide them with free storage options and the ability to share those pictures/memories with others offline. And that is exactly what Fasetto was designed for, with 10GBs of free storage per user and the ability to share content directly from device to device without requiring an Internet connection or data plan.
So when you or a friend/family member are ready to immortalize a memory on that Rubik’s Cube or Groovebook, neither has to worry about storage space or how to easily share pictures with one another. Memories. Preserved.