One minute they’re crawling, the next they’re giving you sass. Your kids grow up fast – blink and you’ll miss it.
Tinybeans means you’ll never lose a memory, and you can share the milestones with people who can’t always be there with you.
The app was founded by two Aussies worried that there was no safe way to share a child’s life online with the people that matter. Their solution is part journal, part photo album. It empowers you to share landmarks in your child’s life with a select group of invitation-only users.
Select photos or videos from your camera roll and tap to add them to your profile. You can even annotate snaps with stickers and captions.
Everything is dated and organised chronologically, and you can access a Tinybeans account on desktop – so, no need to worry about older, or less tech-savvy relatives being left out. You can leave comments underneath milestones, so that everyone shares the joy in the moment.
Each follower gets their own login and an update on days when you share something. If you want to go analogue, you can print a photo book of your pictures to share with people IRL – including your own reluctant kids once they’re old enough.