Generally, there seems to be very little awareness in the United States of genealogy programs in the United Kingdom or elsewhere. I have also seen little notice of programs such as Famberry.com among the blogger based in the U.S. Here is a recent press release that may create more than a little interest:
London, England (December 16th, 2014) To celebrate the move to new server facilities, Famberry, the popular collaborative family tree builder, is giving all users who sign up, a massive one terabyte of space to store their photos and memories. That’s enough space to store over 300,000 photos, so all your family’s memories can be shared for generations to come. All for free.
As part of the project to move onto new, physically secure, high-grade servers, Famberry has been completely re-written to work even more seamlessly on mobile phones, tablet devices and desktop computers, with no additional software or plug-ins; your family can always stay connected, wherever they are.
The move to the new server cluster means that you can finally keep your private family memories are safe and secure, with information replicated automatically to 3 different locations within the UK.
In addition to the award-winning family tree building features that users have grown to love, the new version has hundreds of improvements including:
… and much more, in fact the site continues to be updated weekly with new features based on user feedback.
- New facilities for cropping and uploading multiple photos
- Personal photo albums for each member of the family tree
- Easier navigation for mobile devices
- Centralised timeline for the whole Family
Famberry are only offering this unprecedented offer for a limited time - on a first come, first served basis, so sign up today at www.famberry.com to secure a space for your family’s history.If you want to know more about the company, you can listen to an interview with Steve Bardouille on CroydonRadio.com.