Newly launched: DoubleScoop releases app to keep generations in touch


A Boulder company this week released a free app this week that is designed to connect generations through the use of technology.

DoubleScoop developed an eponymous app, which allows children — under the supervision of their parents or guardians — to send voice messages, photographs and drawings to their grandparents or other members of their extended family.

In the announcement about the launch, DoubleScoop officials said the impetus for the app was a strong desire for their children to have strong relationships with their grandparents.

Tina Marquis, director of marketing said:

“My grandmother was so important in my life, and I want to help my kids build strong relationships with their grandparents. DoubleScoop facilitates communication between the generations like no other tool on the market.”

About Alicia Wallace

Alicia Wallace is the business reporter for the Boulder Daily Camera.
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