Ummah social networking company is about to launch a new app that will allow seniors to share their social media profiles with their family.
The app, dubbed Dad Social, will be available to users of Umma, the company said Tuesday.
The app will allow users to post pictures, videos and other content that will be shared on their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube pages.
The family-friendly app is designed to be used by the oldest people in the family, the app’s website says.
The company is also working on a Facebook Messenger app.
The company has raised $1 million in venture capital funding.
The apps are the latest in a long line of digital offerings for seniors.
The oldest app, the older-sister-friendly SnapChat, went on sale in December.
Snapchat launched in April with about 7 million active users.
The younger-sibling-friendly Snapchat app, SnapChat Kids, went live earlier this year.
The SnapChat app and Snapchat Kids are aimed at older people.
Snapchat Kids has been downloaded more than 10 million times.