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Vemory Launches on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, Transforming Camera Roll & Social Media Pictures into Video Memories

Vemory today announced the launch of the Vemory App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Vemory is a transformational photo app and social platform that automagically finds your favorite pictures and creates beautiful musically accompanied videos that incorporate comments and likes from social media.

The unique power of Vemory means you no longer need to sort through all your photos in order to build albums – you’ve shared photos with friends, now let Vemory do the rest.

Vemory’s groundbreaking technology intelligently discovers the top pictures from your camera roll, iCloud and social platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Flickr) based on time, location and popularity on social media. Every time you launch Vemory, new video memories are waiting for you and can be shared through Vemory’s own social platform as well as by email, text message or on other social networks.

Vemory instantly creates videos around your best pictures of all time and also from recent trips, events, moments and hashtags from you and your friends’ social networks. And in case you want to add your own personal touch, Vemory includes editing functions so you can add/delete pictures and social media comments.

“We created Vemory to provide the easiest way for you to enjoy pictures you love and also the favorite moments you may have forgotten all about,” said CEO Hunter Powell. “Vemory looks through all your pictures and comments and builds an album from your last trip, honeymoon, birthday parties, dinner with friends or any other favorite memories. It’s not just building photo albums, it’s intelligently building your favorite memories from your favorite social apps and camera roll.”

Powell earned a Masters and PhD in History from Cambridge, and is also an accomplished author and historian. Powell, who worked in investment banking, consulting, and academia and is also a former minister, realized the importance of saving and sharing joyful memories.

Vemory co-founder Cameron Powell, MD is widely known in the technology community for creating Airstrip, a leading mobile healthcare platform. Vemory co-founder and CTO Trey Moore also earned international recognition for creating Airstrip. Former Hulu Head of Operations Patrick Beam is Vemory’s VP of Operations.

Vemory works in tandem with existing social networks and also includes its own social platform, allowing you to view and share Vemories with friends and family. Vemory’s Home Feed lets you follow other users and see their Vemories, while the Trending page features popular Vemories that have been marked public. Vemory also aggregates posts by hashtags, allowing you to find Vemories of interest or gather posts in a single stream.

For a video tutorial of Vemory, visit www.vemory.com.

The Vemory App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch or at www.AppStore.com.

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