December 8, 2016 (Newswire.com) –
Two Hands Corporation, (OTC Pink: TWOH) a software as a service (SaaS) development company, is pleased to announce the development of “Two Hands” co-parenting application user interface is largely completed.
Nadav Elituv, CEO of Two Hands Corporation stated, “The applications web Interface has been largely completed. Our team continues to finalize the user experience through an iterative process and our alpha users’ feedback. Parents will have the ability to save, share and schedule events, upload photos, important documents, passwords, banking and medical information all in a safe place reducing unproductive interactions.”
The applications web Interface has been largely completed. Our team continues to finalize the user experience through an iterative process and alpha user’s feedback. Parents will have the ability to save, share and schedule events, upload photos, important documents, passwords, banking and medical information all in a safe place reducing unproductive interactions.
Mr. Elituv continued, “We anticipate the Two Hands application will be ready for beta testing during the month January 2017. We are currently looking for co-parents eager to help beta test our new application. Interested co-parents can sign up to our email list at www.twohandsapp.com. We will email interested parties once the application is ready for beta testing. We keep registered visitors to our site with periodic progress updates.”
About Two Hands Corporation
Two Hands Corporation is a custom application development company that strives to create a complete co-parenting solution. Our ultimate goal is to improve the lives and families affected by divorce. “Two Hands” is the ideal solution that will reduce the stress and worries of co-parenting. “Two Hands” is under development and expected to launch in the first quarter of 2017. For more information, visit our website at www.twohandsapp.com
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Source: Two Hands