SnuggleCloud hopes to connect partners caught in long-distance relationships

SnuggleCloud hopes to connect partners caught in long-distance relationships

Seattle business owner Emily Marshall can talk to the pain sensation of long-distance relationships. Her fiance lives a lot more than 2,000 kilometers away in Manzanillo, Mexico, this means once they do talk it is almost always belated at evening whenever both are “tired” and “cranky.” But Marshall believes she’s got an answer to this issue, a social network site called SnuggleCloud. (Yeah, dudes hate the title, but more on that later).

“SnuggleCloud is Twitter, with privacy, simply for couples,” stated Marshall, whom delivered the concept at final week’s First Look Forum event in Seattle. Having held it’s place in cross country relationships within the past, I became fascinated with exactly exactly how SnuggleCloud worked and just what caused it to be different. (all things considered, the entire world undoubtedly does not require just one more networking that is social, or does it?)

You will find a large number of online online dating sites out here and many for many who’ve currently decided to enter wedlock. But Marshall notes that we now have very few properties that are web focus on the requirements of couples who’ve actually devoted to the other person.

“There’s a giant space in the center,” she says. “The chances are if you’re in a relationship, you will be underserved.”

Really, SnuggleCloud creates a personal “wall” where couples can exchange records, news, jokes, videos and an intermittent sweet one thing. The business even offers produced a system that is alert so partners do not have to bother about lacking a birthday celebration or anniversary once more. ( Pretty idea that is cool which seems a little like Seattle’s Thoughtful.co).

Interestingly, SnuggleCloud is operating a test form of your website for army couples at Fort Lewis. They provide as sounding board when it comes to solution, a test that is good since army families frequently are divided by lots and lots of kilometers for months at any given time. Continue reading SnuggleCloud hopes to connect partners caught in long-distance relationships