Let me tell you a story about a storytelling app named Steller. Maybe you didn’t realize it, but you use your phone to tell stories all the time. It’s true; every time you text your friends about what you did over the weekend, every time you email your parents a photo—you get the point. They may not be long stories, but they are stories none the less. Well thanks to Steller, you can now use your phone to tell better, more meaningful and more thought-provoking (or jealousy-inducing if that’s what you’re after) stories in a snap. I’m talking about stories that look and work so good you don’t even need instructions on how to make them or consume them. In other words, stories that are powerful.
Jay Wilder, Steller’s co-founder and Head of Community, explains why Steller is better than all those other apps like this:
Steller unlocks the storyteller in us all. It is a new medium for mobile expression that combines photos, videos and text together, makes elegant design simple, and presents your story in a format where viewers can turn each page to reveal what’s next. This unique format combined with its elegance, simplicity and cross-platform sharing capabilities, sets Steller apart from the rest.
But why take Jay’s word for it: check out the most viewed stories on Steller to get ...