Skypod Increases Donation to $3 Million in Digital Time Capsule Credits to Coronavirus Patients, Frontline Workers, and Healthcare Workers Amid Global Pandemic

Worldwide campaign allows 30,000 heroes and patients to share precious messages, photos, videos, and other files, both during and after their life.

Skypod, a secure, cloud-based software platform allows users to create and share digital time capsules with loved ones during and after life. People create Skypods to share words of wisdom, family memories, and other things that matter with loved ones months or even years into the future.

With the coronavirus pandemic ongoing, Skypod is helping 30,000 of the people most impacted by the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic through a $3 Million donation of Skypod credits. Each eligible person will receive $100 in Skypod credits by setting up a new account at No credit card is needed. No strings attached. This is absolutely free.

Because Skypods start at just $1.99, the users will be able to create multiple digital time capsules to share messages and memories with loved ones both during and after their life. Skypod is available worldwide on any smartphone, tablet, or computer with an internet connection.

Skypod users fill their digital time capsules with messages, videos, and photos. Once their time capsule is filled, they designate the recipients and set a date the recipients can access the contents of the time capsule. Skypod’s patent-pending software will then notify the recipients immediately and secure the contents of the digital time capsule until the date set by the creator for the recipients to open it.

Using Skypod’s digital time capsule technology to share memories in the form of messages, videos, and photos over time, users can deliver messages to loved ones on important milestones, including birthdays, holidays, and anniversaries. Users can also leave words of wisdom or share family history across generations.

The donation is worldwide and a way to help those shouldering the biggest challenges right now to ensure their loved ones will receive personal messages no matter what happens amid the global COVID-19 crisis. “Giving back to coronavirus patients and the heroes on the frontlines of the crisis is the company’s way of offering hope to the people who are putting their lives on the line every day,” states Richard Jardine, founder and CEO of Skypod.

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