Free: + for schools
StoryLines is a game of 'telephone' using pictures. One storyteller begins a StoryLine with a common saying then passes it to another. A friend grows the StoryLine by illustrating that saying. Another friend titles that drawing (without seeing the original saying). Yet another friend illustrates that title, and so on. When the story is complete the StoryMakers come together to enjoy the creativity and humor in everyone’s imagination - share in gallery or on facebook.
Free - iPhone
Create an electronic storybook with StoryKit. Write some text, illustrate by drawing on the screen, tag a photograph or drawing on paper and then photograph the image. Sounds can be recorded for narration or effects and the layout elements of your story can be dragged, pinch and altered with ease.
FlipBook has everything you need to get started animating, from an eraser to onion skinning (which lets you see a faint image of the previous and next frames) to layered drawing. Load images from your photo library, including images taken with your iPhone's camera, and draw on top of them. Touch Play when you're ready your movie.
Here is a real time storymaking tool - what stories do your photos tell? Use Fotobabble to create Talking Photos of events and moments in real-time and share them with friends immediately.
Storypatch is a storytelling app designed for children to create their own picture books. It has hundreds of images in it’s library as well as the ability to import photos. Students will love this app because they will be creating fun and engaging stories almost immediately.
This is an app that allows you to share your story with other Storyrobe users. You can add to existing stories to create longer tales of travel, events or history or you can create your own. This app can be used for work, school or just to share stories with each other.
ZooBurst books “live” online and can be experienced on your desktop or laptop computer, or on your iPad via the free ZooBurst mobile app. Authors can arrange characters and props within a 3D world that can be customized using uploaded artwork or items found in a built-in database of over 10,000 free images and materials. Sound and voiceovers are added - so this multimedia staging of storytelling comes alive! NEW is the ZooBurst APP as acompanion to the online Zooburst - the iPad app engages augmented reality [aurasmas] to view any ZooBurst 3D pop-up book in either "Screen" or "Camera" mode. In "Screen" mode you can rotate around your book by touching and dragging the screen using your finger. Tapping on a character with a floating "exclamation point" symbol will display any text or sound associated with that item.