Myarkit was founded to curate and securely save precious memories for generations to come. Myarkit is currently offering a 30-day free trial to organize and preserve digital memories.
“We live our lives from the cradle to the grave digitally. We will have thousands of pictures and videos on our devices with little or no meaning to others,” said Myarkit CEO Jim Gebhardt. “Our service will archive lives to be shared for generations. Be in control of how you are remembered and enjoy memories of other lives as they are lived.”
With Myarkit, users can upload photos and videos, include a date and description, and archive the memories for 100 years or more. Myarkit allows users to take that disorganized stream of photos and videos and organize it to preserve the memories for future generations.
Save photos, videos, and even health information with the peace of mind that all information is secure and encrypted through Amazon Web Services. With Myarkit, permissions are incorporated into each archived item, allowing the owner to control who can view the information. The standard 10 GB plan can store up to 5,000 images or three hours of video. Higher GB plans are available.
“We give individuals control over their life story. We empower people to share their legacy in their own words. We provide future generations with the stories and the history of their past,” Gebhardt said.