Simple & powerful drawing tools
One of the simplest interfaces for book making and story telling on the App Store. It's great for children from 5-12 years old.
Great for classroom use! Separate each child's stories into their own libraries.
Share stories to the web, Facebook, Twitter, ePub, and movie format. It has never been easier to export and share your audio enabled book, and now on YouTube as a video, too!
Perfect for classroom or multi-child home use, multiple authors allows for each child to have their own bookshelf of stories.
Simple and Fun Interface
We've spent a lot of time thinking through our interface for use with kids. We've taken out superfluous features, and focused on a child's creativity.
Fantastic Storytelling Tools
We have provided just enough creativity tools like: 3 flexible brushes, a wide array of carefully selected colors, sticker packs, and audio recording to help in the storytelling process.
Our sharing features are some of the most powerful on the App Store! Teachers and parents alike love the private web sharing, ePub generation, Facebook/Twitter, iBooks exporting, and more.
I have been using My Story with my students for almost two years now and we love it!!! It is so much fun and easy to use and parents love it as well!!!!
In the past we used to bring books for our kids to look through while in church or at the Dr. Office. With My Story we leave the books at home and our kids love making their own books. Awesome App.
Very easy to use. I like how you can record the text. The developer is very responsive. I sent an email asking for larger text and received an immediate response. Kids love to see their work alongside publisher's texts in iBooks. Definitely recommended!
The user interface is intuitive and kid-friendly. Most children can begin using the My Story app with very little instruction or adult modeling. Students can draw, take pictures, add text, even narrate their own story! With a multitude of design features, My Story is a must have app for the preschool and early elementary classroom.
Jeremy Brueck - Director of the Digital Text Initiative