Storehouse is wonderful application for the iPad that enables you to tell stories with text, photos, and videos, and share them with an online community. What is most striking about Storehouse is the user interface and how each story flows and undulates across the iPad screen as the user swipes, pinches, and scrolls through a menu of stories posted by users from all over the world.
Tell Your Story
You can begin your story by starting a draft and importing media into your project. The layout for your photos, videos, and text are established by moving each element around with your finger, using the crop tool to position and constrain the size and relative positions. Similar to the manner in which each Storehouse post ebbs and flows, each element coalesces, aligns and re-aligns in a likewise manner. The whole interface is amazingly graceful and visually pleasing to the eye.
Browse Other Stories
In addition to the pleasure you get from creating stories, you can browse stories posted by other Storehouse authors across the world. As you swipe horizontally from left to right, browsing through the undulating sweep of photos and videos, you can select the Storehouse icon at the top right to recommend a story and/or to share it on Facebook or Twitter or email a link. Each story is uploaded to the web and can be viewed full screen on any browser using parallax scrolling to simulate the same user experience as the iPad. Beauty, elegance, and artful design is what best describes Storehouse. Check out a post by My Apple Podcast to see for yourself. Currently, the application is free in the App Store.
Host of My Apple Podcast.