Tweekaboo, The Family Photo Sharing App, Adds Book Printing

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Private family photo sharing network Tweekaboo has just launched the Tweekabook, an 8.5″ x 8.5″ book offering that lets parents produce and print baby books right from their iOS app. The books start at $29.95 for a 24-page book and the company ships anywhere in the world.

I first met Tweekaboo last year when they launched a unique iOS app (Android is on the way) that allowed parents to create a walled garden for their family to share photos and updates with specific individuals – grandparents, aunts/uncles, and modeling agencies.

The book editor works in your browser and can create books quickly and easily using the photos you share on your Tweekaboo account.

“Tweekaboo is focusing on time poor moms and dads who are looking for a quick baby book hack,” said founder Eugene Murphy. By capitalizing on the already popular service to do most of the heavy lifting, the Tweekabook aims to be one of the simplest book creation systems on the market.

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