If you're a parent whose ever missed a kid's game or event, there's a free app you can download to your phone to get all the highlights -- and it was created in Sacramento.
It's called Fantag and it works with high schools nationwide to give you instant replays and video highlights directly to your phone. Teams, schools, organizations pay a subscription and then users can share highlights, clips, replays and reels.
CEO of Fantag John Stone said it's like having a jumbotron in your hand.
"You can, at any time, press a button after a play occurs and get a 15-second jump back from as many angles that capture the action," Stone said.
For parents who can make the games, Stone said these capabilities make it easier for them to be present in the moment.
"Any team or organization can designate somebody to identify the game highlight," Stone said. "They can tap the button and whenever they create a highlight, it's instantly available to anybody who is tuning into that event."
Stone said the service is already being used by Sacramento schools and it's growing nationwide.
"One of our earliest adopters was Center High School and Center High School has been very innovative in how they've incorporated this into their sports broadcasting class," Stone said.
Stone moved to the area from the bay and said Sacramento has a future in technology.
"I think it has a past, present and a future," Stone said. "And the future is really bright."
Click here for more information about the Fantag app.