DailyBooth is a photoblogging website designed for users to take a photo of themselves every day with a caption, in order to document and share their life with others, thus the slogan "your life in pictures." It was similar to social-networking websites such as Twitter in that you could follow other users and allow them to follow you in turn and get real-time updates on what other people are doing. The user base was geared towards teens.
DailyBooth was founded and opened in February 2009 by Jon Wheatley and lead developer Ryan Amos, gaining popularity after several YouTube stars and Internet celebrities, such as Ashton Kutcher and his wife Demi Moore joined and encouraged their viewers and readers to join.On 7 September 2009 the site passed the 1,000,000 photo markand the user who posted the 1,000,000th photo won a Throwboy pillow. In early 2010, the website reached 3,000,000 photos and 10,000,000 comments.
Y Combinator stated that they had once considered a name change for DailyBooth, but were afraid it would cause a revolt with the community.
On 11 November 2012, members were sent an e-mail stating that no more content could be uploaded after 14 November and that all content will be impermanently deleted on 31 December 2012. They introduced an option to export all the photos on an account.
On 15 November 2012, DailyBooth became read only, removing the ability for users to post any new photos or comments. It closed completely on 31 December 2012.
On 7 July 2013 the site reopen by new host name Mark Estrada, he thought of rebuilding DailyBooth . By summer of 2015 DailyBooth will be fully compleletely.