Ever had a teacher or your parents praise something you did, but when you went to tell your siblings or friends, no one believed you? In today’s fast-paced world, conversations unless happening over text are forgotten the minute they are over. But now, there’s a way for you to hold on to those precious memories just a little longer. Yes, there’s an app for that too now.

Whisper O – is an app launched recently by two young Pakistani entrepreneurs, Taaha Bin Khalid and Hassan Ahmed in association with The Nest i/o. This app allows users to record precious data like images, videos and sounds and geotag them to your current location, ready to be shared with the world.

Have you been bitten by the travel bug? Imagine visiting a historical location such as the pyramids and watching the pharaohs being mummified, or maybe something less gory. If the ancient Egyptians had what we do now, you could have done just that. For now, just make a video of your tour of the pyramids and share with other enthusiasts.

Hoping it would be the next Facebook, the founders of this app want people to use Whisper O to leave their own special mark in the world. If you love taking funny photos or videos to share with loved ones, this app can magnify that love tenfold. Your unique content will not only be viewed by a wider audience, you can use it to connect with people having similar interests from all over the world.

The idea behind this app is making waves internationally. Whisper O has already raised a six-figure investment, making it one of the first start-ups at The Nest i/o to do so.

This easy to use app, works as a voice recorder, with the ability to take pictures and videos which are then saved for a lifetime. The geotag allows people from all over the world to see and hear exactly what you did.

The app is available for both Android and iOS users.

Download the app now and preserve your whispers!

iOS Link: https://itunes.apple.com/pk/app/whisper-o./id1018633026?mt=8

Android Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.whispero