You, your friends, and your family members perhaps share a lot of pictures and posts about each other on social networks. If there is a newborn in your life, then many of the recent posts and pictures in your stream will be related to them. Therefore it would be a good idea to aggregate those photographs and posts in a single location where they are easily viewable. Such aggregation is what a service called Lifeables offers.
Lifeables is a web service that automatically detects and gathers photos and posts from your networking stream that are related to your children or anybody else special that you specify – you can indicate this person while signing up for your Lifeables account. Posts can be collected from your Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts; support for Picasa will also be coming soon.
Once you connect your accounts with the site, posts from your stream are fetched and automatically sorted. You can quickly check the posts that are about your kids; posts that the site were unable to sort are also displayed in case you want them added to your post stream.
- A user-friendly web service.
- Gathers posts about your children from your connected networks.
- Supports Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
- Shows posts that were not sorted as well.
- Similar tools: Dropico and GRIDvvall.
Check out Lifeables @ www.lifeables.com