Videos Up To 30 Minutes Long Can Be Uploaded and Shared

SANTA CRUZ, CA – September 12, 2013 — / — KinCentral launched a free mobile app and website that helps families share videos and photos, privately and securely. The mobile app can be downloaded at

The new KinCentral mobile app and website experience is designed to serve the video and photo sharing needs of families, without the worry of whether or not their videos and photos are secure and kept in a private environment. It is simple, fun, and easy to use.

KinCentral merges the spontaneity of Instagram with the bulk sharing of Dropbox, but with an important distinction: the shared videos, pictures, and messaging are only amongst family members users invite, and KinCentral’s patent-pending optimizations make it the easiest way to upload, search, sort, tag, and organize the increasing growth of family content.

“Consumers are getting increasingly frustrated and wary of big social media sites who continue to push the boundaries of individual and family privacy,” states Damon Danielson, Founder of KinCentral.

KinCentral uses state-of-the-art protocols to insure the privacy and security of a family’s content. All of the shared family videos and photos are simultaneously saved in one family location on the cloud. KinCentral does not permanently keep the photos stored by users. If a video or photo is deleted by a user, it is permanently deleted from KinCentral. The user member is always in control of the “digital assets”. KinCentral does not monetize any user’s private data or sell information to 3rd parties. KinCentral does not search a family’s private content for any purpose, as do Google and Facebook, and KinCentral does not have advertising.

KinCentral offers unlimited storage for your family videos and photos. Storage space for photos is free, a subscription is required for users who want to share and store videos longer than one minute. Videos up to 30 minutes long can be uploaded and shared. The website provides more screen space for users to play with and organize videos and photos.

The mobile app is currently available for download on the iPhone versions 4 and 5. IPad and Android apps are coming soon. KinCentral will also soon add photo-gift opportunities for family members where they can use their photos to create physical albums, calendars, gift cards, tee-shirts, coffee cups and other items.

To learn more, view a video about KinCentral on their website

Armanasco Public Relations, Inc.
Elizabeth Diaz

Source: KinCentral

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