"The personalized flash drive offers more space and accessibility, giving assurance to customers that their cherished memories are safely preserved on a Solid State Drive."
MOSCOW, Idaho (PRWEB) February 24, 2015
Tech company QuickFlics is announcing its official North American launch today. QuickFlics, a mobile application available on the iTunes and Google Play app stores (U.S. & Canada), provides users with the most affordable way to get their photos and videos from their phone or tablet to their door on a smart, custom flash drive or DVD.
In addition to launching its mobile application, QuickFlics has solidified its executive team, enlisting GrooveBook marketing alums, Angie McGinniss and Julie Cimity. The marketing duo was highly instrumental in the widely known success of the ABC Shark Tank-featured company, GrooveBook, which was acquired by Shutterfly for $14.5 million.
Since its beta launch, QuickFlics has been rapidly growing its user base and expanding its memory-preservation options: subscribers and one-time customers can choose from a customized 4-gigabyte flash drive, or opt for the original DVD format. Quickly and efficiently, memories are delivered right to their door.
Caleb Applegate, founder and CEO of QuickFlics, said: “I’m thrilled to officially announce the launch of the QuickFlics app in both the U.S. and Canada. QuickFlics started with my wife’s frustration over videos and photos chewing up her smartphone’s memory. We put our heads together, came up with a solution, and now we’re ready to share it with the broader marketplace.
“Expanding our product offering allowed us to provide for another customer need. The personalized flash drive offers more space and accessibility, giving assurance to customers that their cherished memories are safely preserved on a Solid State Drive.”
Subscribers pay an affordable monthly fee, or simply opt to place a one-time order.
Additional copies can be ordered straight from the app to send to friends or family. The process is quick, easy, and requires little effort.
Applegate added, “Reliving the birthday cake catastrophe courtesy of the family toddler, or sharing a wedding memory with distant loved ones at the push of a button is an option we feel is pretty priceless.”
QuickFlics President Michael Ludlum said: “While in testing we immediately saw that the QuickFlics service offered a solid value to our customers - Moms, Dads, Grandparents, younger users - and proved that our idea had merit in the marketplace. Cloud-based storage options are understandably popular, but many consumers still want a physical storage option - something they can touch, see, and put on their shelves.”
Ludlum continued, “Most of our internal marketing to this point has been at the grass-roots level. We’ve been delighted with the increasing rate of adoption over the last couple of months driven by a mixture of blog posts, word-of-mouth advertising, and user experience. We expect the next six to twelve months to be an exciting period of accelerated growth, and we’re poised to take our little breakfast-table idea to a high level of performance.”
QuickFlics delivers customers’ smartphone memories without the hassle or high cost normally seen at the corner store. Now users have a streamlined way to preserve their memories, and media no longer takes up valuable space on their smart phones.
Preserving, organizing, and sharing personalized photos and videos is just an app away. Learn more about QuickFlics at: http://quickflics.com. The free app is available from the Apple app store and on Android at the Google Play store.