Tweakaboo is a private social network that brings families closer together. The Ireland-based startup's mission is to make it easy to record and privately share real-life family moments. Tweakaboo was founded in 2011 by Eugene Murphy, a modern dad who didn't want to miss a single moment of his children's lives. He wanted to stay connected to all the highs, the lows, the tears, and the laughter as they happened. Murphy realized that every photo, video, text, and voicemail of his kids were on his phone. While each piece told a bit of the story of his children's lives, they weren't organized into one cohesive story. As a parent, Murphy wanted a safe and private place to store and share these precious everyday moments, so he created Tweakaboo.
Currently available on iPhone with an Android version on the way, Tweakaboo is like a mobile family scrapbook that can be shared privately and printed into beautiful memory books. With only one privacy setting – 100 percent private – Tweakaboo lets you record your kids' milestones, keep a pregnancy journal, store your children's school reports and art, journal your family's everyday moments, and keep grandparents and other loved ones up to date. You decide who gets to see your content, and until you share your uploads, everything remains completely private.
Never forget a moment again with Tweakaboo. Designed for busy families, the app enables you to record memories on the go and relive them later. Everything is organized into a timeline, so you can enjoy your photos, videos, and notes right away. You can also create albums and tag your moments. Tweakaboo makes it easy to record your family's life and look back at milestones, special occasions, and funny stuff, whenever and wherever.
Tweakaboo has been featured in Mashable, TechCrunch, The Sunday Business Post, The Irish Times, West London Mum, and more.