In late 2012, we set out to make a simpler photo collection. Photo sharing was growing exponentially, but the simple task of keeping your photos backed up, organized and synced across all your devices was becoming more and more difficult. Even if you went to the effort to create backups, you rarely relived the moments you captured.
With Shoebox, our goal is to make rediscovering years of memories simple and delightful. Unlimited free cloud storage means you can access any photo from anywhere. Our apps help you find and relive the best moments of your life.
We're proud that our users have spent countless hours rediscovering their memories with Shoebox.
Shoebox is shutting down - click here to read the announcement.
Our growing team of coffee addicts and Thai food enthusiasts are based in Toronto, Canada. Every day we're inspired by our users, whose stories are being rediscovered daily.
For more information about what life is like at Shoebox, check out shoeboxapp.com/joinus.
Love This Day in History feature
I Love how easy it is to use Shoebox and my pics are ALWAYS there when I need them!Toni Langston
Quick and easy. Frees up storage on your phone, while photos are still accessible. Perfect tool when I switched phonesMorgan Chadbourne
"Startup Couch Labs' app Shoebox offers unlimited photo storage."
"The Shoebox app is also good at helping you relive old photos by using features such as This Day in History, an addictive, ever-changing gallery."
"The cross-platform capability here surpasses the limitations of Google+ pic-sharing options, Apple’s iCloud and others ... Let’s just see how fast all the other players in the photo-sharing game can catch up."
"The startup managed to get apps out on virtually every platform right from the start, which is no small feat. Now, however, it’s turning its attention to unlocking the value of those collections for their owners and creators."
"Shoebox highlights places you’ve been, photos you took last year at this time, events, cameras you used, and more, creating what the company calls 'an interactive infographic' of your life."