What could be better than making it easy and fun for people around the world to stay connected, organize events, share memories and strengthen family ties?
The acquisition by MyHeritage of Kindo aims to do just that, in an announcement made early Tuesday morning.
"Adding the Kindo team to MyHeritage puts the company in an even stronger position to realize its vision of connecting families around the world," says MyHeritage founder/CEO Gilad Japhet.
MyHeritage.com has taken this important goal of connecting families a step further with today's announcement of its acquisition of Kindo, the UK-based social networking site. It will help MyHeritage - with 25 million international members - realize its vision to be Facebook for families.
MyHeritage's powerful technology which helps people research and connect - along with Smart Matching and automatic photo aging - will be combined with Kindo's social networking skills
Both sites have a common vision for the future of families online.
Combining MyHeritage - known for powerful technology that helps families research their history and stay connected, along with Smart Matching and automatic photo tagging - with Kindo's social networking and marketing expertise is a recipe for success.
Find a video introducing the new photo tagging features here.
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I'm looking forward to reading your comments and answering your questions about these new developments.
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