FamilySearch is pleased to announce the winner of the RootsTech 2014 Developer Challenge, Saving Memories Forever. Saving Memories Forever is an app that is available for iOS and Android devices that allows you to record and share your family memories and access them securely through the website, www.savingmemoriesforever.com. Harvey and Jane Baker, of St. Louis, Missouri, are the founders. They were recognized today onstage at the conclusion of the keynote presentation at RootsTech. Their video, which was shown to the capacity audience at the Salt Palace Convention Center, tells their story.
As the grand prize winner, in addition to the recognition they received at the keynote presentation, Saving Memories Forever receives $2,000 cash and a Dell laptop computer.
On behalf of FamilySearch and RootsTech, we’d like to congratulate Harvey and Jane Baker for their winning entry in the Developer Challenge.
Also announced today were the second and third place finishers in Developer Challenge. Find-A-Record, the product of John Clark and Justin York of Provo, UT, was awarded $1,000, and second place. PhotoFaceMatch, developed by Steve Miller and Charley Smart of Eclipse Identity Recognition, was awarded third place with a cash prize of $500.
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