Posted on Monday, June 24th, 2013 by Franckie Echeverria
A spin-off of sorts, Origami seems to draw from three popular connection platforms and attempts to create a social product with a familial twist. Origami offers both an internet and mobile option that allows families to connect with each other in a private group. The service goes further, too, offering tools for sharing videos, photos, creating albums, and adding text-based entries for posting stories, important milestones, and even new recipes.
Origami recognizes that people are looking for new ways to share outside of larger, more open social networks like Facebook. We are not always so keen on updating our Facebook “friends” about every single thing that happens to us, that’s why Origami chose to address this particular issue. With a simple and sleek design easily navigable for all ages, Origami acts as the sacred and permanent space where you can feel at home again with your family, it’s a place to chat, archive memories, and plan get-togethers. For $5 a month you can begin uploading unlimited content and enjoy keeping your family in the loop.