After Cloud has a portfolio of three ORCHA approved apps, which can help you to securely store those important daily thoughts, individual life moments and precious memories.
Our easy to use apps provide you with the ability to leave a lasting digital memory legacy, preserve family history, relay important information to family and friends or create your daily journal, in our user friendly, modern, intuitive mobile apps.
Moments and Timelines
As well as capturing life's moments, imagine this was your last day on earth, what would you want to say, what thoughts or information would you want to leave behind or what would you like to celebrate in a future without you?
What will your Timeline say about you?
You are be able to record your voice, write or dictate letters, upload images, create links and record in-app video and share as a moment or to include on your Timeline.
It's a way of enhancing or recording a picture or image with your thoughts and with your life story.
You can also celebrate an occasion or create a special meaningful moment for someone years into the future. Send messages of love with ease.
After Cloud Moments provides you with the ability to record, store and send messages on a specific future date, safe in the knowledge that future windows will remain locked and are password protected.
After Cloud Moments and Timelines also provides you with the ability to record your family history the way you want it to be remembered, as well as any information you might like to keep or share.
Convey the emotions you feel or have felt and invite your loved ones and friends to your closed group via email in-app, ensuring a very simple and effective way of connecting and sharing your special moments and thoughts with those you hold dear.
Dylogic was awarded an eScalate Grant in May 2021, following a competitive application process as part of the Innovation Support for Business (ISfB) Phase 2 programme. eScalate Grants support innovation projects and they and the ISfB programme is part-funded by the European Regional Development fund. The programme is delivered by OxLEP and partners from University of Oxford, Cherwell District Council, Oxford City Council and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.