Mark Kawano, the renowned erstwhile UX evangelist at Apple, has just unleashed a new app named Storehouse exclusively for iPad users. This is a smart photo- and video-sharing app. The developer explains this as a ‘visual storytelling’ app.
Storehouse is a minimalist and simple app that’s based on gesture-driven UI. It provides you a smooth way to build and discover different stories illustrated through text, images, and video clips.
The app allows users to combine pictures, text and videos into a significant document that clearly explains your experiences. Once you are done, you can publish your creations for your buddies and other followers, or share them through email, Twitter or Facebook. Not just publishing yours, you can also explore stories of others from all around the globe.
To get started, you need to sign up with the service. Once you are done, you are allowed to create and publish your stories and view others’ stories as well. Moreover, the app collaborates with your device’s camera roll and other services like Instagram, Dropbox and Flickr. After selecting your desired number of snaps and videos, you will import all of them onto a post draft. Then you can tap and drag photo to organize them and add text.
Currently, Storehouse is only available for iPad users who can grab the app directly from the link provided below. The app is available for free and works with iPad running on iOS 7.0 or above firmware.
Storehouse download link for iPad (free)