You’ve got hundreds (possibly thousands) of photos of your little bundles. The problem is, most of them are still on your phone. Luckily, this common dilemma just got even easier to solve.

Tinybeans, the family photo sharing app that helps parents capture and organize their children’s life stories online, announced its launch with Chatbooks, an automatic photo books app. Now Tinybeans families can add photos and captions they have saved in the Tinybeans app to a Chatbooks photo book, through a safe and secure integration. 


Tinybeans is a modern day baby book at parents fingertips that helps save them time. Tinybeans was created by parents so that all families have a safe space for their children’s memories. The primary advantage for parents is not having to give away ownership of the images and videos they post. The app itself, also includes additional privacy features not typical of larger social media sites.

“We have been looking for the perfect partner to enable Tinybeans families to easily create photo books from their phones, and Chatbooks was an obvious choice. Families use Tinybeans as a private alternative to social media so we needed to make sure that our partner cared about keeping family memories safe as much as we do. Our users love and trust Chatbooks and that made them the obvious choice.” says Megan Harper, Head of Marketing at Tinybeans.

It’s super easy and convenient to use. Once you install the Chatbooks app, selecreate a standard photo book and choose Tinybeans as your photo source. (If you don’t already have the Tinybeans app, you should! It’s an awesome way to record milestones and share with friends and family but still remain private. Use code REDTRI20 to get one month of Premium for free). You can select what photos you want to include and have them shared directly to create a beautiful keepsake photo album.


—Amber Guetebier

Featured image: iStock


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