Storyboard for iPhone

by Jun 24, 2016iPhone App Reviews0 comments

Though printing photos is no longer only means of viewing and sharing them with others, general customers still often want to do something more meaningful with images particularly those of their family and children. A new application called Storyboard for iPhone successfully launched from the Disney-backed startup Twigtale has something to do specially for benefit of users.

Than simply sharing them via ephemeral social media posts this app would certainly help in many ways. It actually provides pre-made templates and suggestions that you use to turn photos into stories you can share, or that become printed photo books.

Storyboard for iPhone

The new Storyboard app qualitatively uses the same content personalization technology, but puts it into a mobile form factor. The app not only provides lucrative templates, but also recommends the photos to capture and post text prompts that you could actively edit. By this, the professional core team believes, is simple for people to work with than a blank slate.

After you wholly load the templates with your own photos, the users could then share the story digitally, or they could turn the story into a hardcover (9″x9″) or softcover book (8.5″x8.5″).

Moreover the titles on the books are printed with a glossy finish, and templates of 24 pages. The users could add, delete and rearrange pages with a maximum of 36 pages allowed, or a minimum of 8. Some of the included templates in the new app are “Family Trip” or “Graduation,” to offer you an idea of how Storyboard might be used.

Storyboard for iPhone

There also have been a number of startups focused on “story creation,” and one of the best entries in this space more recently, Storyboard for iPhone. Twigtale believes it’s different more than a tool for collage-style albums it wish to help with the actual storytelling itself, comprising helping guide the sequence and narrative. In addition their business model relies on the up sell of the physical goods.