June 18, 2014
Fresh off its being hailed by Apple with an Apple Design Award at the recently concluded WWDC 2014, Storehouse has received a major update that makes the app an even better tool for visual storytelling. Launched on the App Store last January, Storehouse is an iPad app that offers an easy way to create and discover stories told through photos, videos, and text. Notably, it's developed by a team headed by Mark Kawano, a former Apple UX evangelist and UI designer whose credits include iPhoto and Aperture. Thanks to its latest update, Storehouse now includes new features that make discovering content on the visual storytelling platform much easier. Storehouse now presents three channels at login — Home, Explore, and Story of the Day — with each channel offering a different avenue of discovering what the global Storehouse community has in store. Previously, the app showed only one feed at login. The new version of Storehouse also includes a new grid view as a faster browsing alternative to the stream view. Furthermore, user profiles have been tweaked to showcase stories recommended by users along with their own stories. The latest update to Storehouse also brings support for links in stories, autosave of drafts, various UI enhancements, and bug fixes. Compatible with iPad and iPad mini running iOS 7.0 or later, Storehouse is available on the App Store for free.
Storehouse - Visual Storytelling