I received compensation for this review/feature. Opinions expressed are my own.
I take a lot of videos throughout the day. As a stay-at-home-mom, I’m always with my son and there are so many things he says and does during the day that I just have to get on video. I always text them to my husband and parents, but the video quality is terrible when sent via text message. I’ve recently started using the KeepTree app (and website) and it’s made sharing videos with my friends and family so much easier.
With KeepTree, you’re able to save, organize and send your videos. Videos are put into your tree and can be organized by branches. This is great if you have multiple children or just different types of videos you’d like to organize. I plan to keep my son’s on different branches based on his age.
Adding videos is incredibly easy both on the website and through the app. You can create your own video directly or upload from any device. I personally use it through the phone app most often since I’m creating my videos on my phone. Once you’ve uploaded the video, you can choose to share with others or simply save to your tree.
My favorite thing about KeepTree is the sending options. You can send immediately or select FutureSend. FutureSend allows you to send a video at any time in the future. This is perfect if you want to send videos at a later time after you’ve uploaded them. My son had his Christmas pageant early in December, but I uploaded the video and selected FutureSend for all of our family to receive it on Christmas Eve. They loved being able to watch it right before Christmas and I was thankful I was able to send it when I uploaded it instead of having to remember to later.
All of your videos are safely secure and can stay on the site as long as you wish. There are different levels of plans you can have, including a free one. I love using KeepTree; knowing that my videos are protected by high level security and can be sent whenever I choose makes KeepTree a truly unique and personalized service that I’ll be using for years to come.