January 17, 2014
A former Apple UX evangelist and UI designer has just launched a new photo- and video-sharing software for iPad. The designer in question is none other than Mark Kawano, whose credits include iPhoto and Aperture, and the software is the "visual storytelling" app Storehouse. Storehouse is an app that offers an easy way to create and discover stories told through photos, videos, and text. It lets you ...
Combine photos, videos, and text to meaningfully document your experiences. Publish your stories for friends and followers, or share them by email, Facebook, or Twitter. Explore stories created by your friends and our community of storytellers from all around the world.Storehouse is clearly optimized for iPad as it offers an intuitive gesture-driven interface. This makes for quick and easy ways to lay out photos, videos, and text, with support for adding photos and videos from your iPad camera roll, Dropbox, Flickr, and Instagram. You can then share your stories by publishing it for everyone to see, and explore stories created and shared by other Storehouse users. Storehouse is available now in the App Store for free. It's compatible with iPad and iPad mini running iOS 7.0 or later. See also: What's Your Sunlit Story? Share It Using This New App.net-Integrated Photo App [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
Storehouse - Visual Storytelling