Parent Co. Launches A Private Social Network For Families, Acquires Parenting App Notabli

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A new company called Parent Co. is launching today, backed by $1.8 million in angel funding, with the goal of creating a line of digital products designed to meet the needs of modern parents. To kick off its launch, the company is also announcing its acquisition of Notabli, a private, social networking app that allows parents to save their child’s moments, including photo, video, audio, milestones, and more.

The Notabli app, which becomes Parent Co.’s debut product, was originally founded in 2012 by a team of parents who wanted a more private place to save and share photos and videos outside of traditional social media, like Facebook. It’s one of now hundreds of private social networking apps with a more niche focus, including several in the “parenting” space like 23snaps or Lifecake, for example.

As a result of its acquisition, which actually took place last year but is only today being…

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