StoryMark Life Releases StoryMark for Android Featuring Link-Based Sharing to Give Users More Ways to Share Their Experiences
ATLANTA, June 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — StoryMark Life, “redefining the way we capture and share memories,” announces its StoryMark 2.0 for Android. According to ComScore, Android commands 47.3 percent of all mobile devices. Positioned as “part Instagram, part SoundCloud,” the 2.0 version is also available on iPhone just one month after its 1.0 launch. With the addition of link-based sharing, the company anticipates consumer and business adoption given the highly versatile sharing options including Twitter, text messaging as well as Facebook sharing and email.
“We are thrilled to have the ability to build StoryMark for Android so quickly,” states Dale McIntyre, co-founder and president of StoryMark Life. “Our roadmap for additional releases will be equally aggressive as we pursue international adoption across iPhone and Android platforms.”
Memory Makers and Business Users
Life is captured with images that shape our memories. With the StoryMark app, users have the ability to transform their photographs by adding all of the sound and emotion that encapsulates the moment. Whether it’s the cry of a newborn baby, a day on the playground with the kids or just the sound of the waves on the beach, StoryMark gives those static images a new dimension…a living dimension. In addition, with StoryMark, users are also able to take any photo from the past and recreate the story behind it. This is an extremely powerful tool that has yet to make its way into the photo-sharing experience.
However, the application’s uses are not limited simply to memory makers. StoryMark anticipates interest in the creation of StoryMarks for business uses including project management, customer service and consumer promotions. It also sees broad business uses such as a virtual business card, one that’s more personal and engaging.
“Now that we have added link-based sharing, users have even more ways to communicate using their StoryMarks,” states McIntyre. “The ability to share via designated URLs, email, text, Twitter and Facebook opens up significant channels within online and brick and mortar retail, professional service segments and dating sites. With StoryMark, we are streamlining and improving communications between a business user and their audience, be it a single client or a community.”
Users will have the ability to take an image and narrate rather than type a message, note or key fact about a specific project at hand. The company sees opportunities with brands like eBay, Match.com, Ancestry.com and others where the ability to narrate offers a new dynamic to the consumer experience. Looking forward, the company plans additional updates in the coming weeks including the launch of its anticipated StoryMark network, creating a powerful branding platform for companies and media outlets worldwide.
The StoryMark app by StoryMark Life is currently available for free in the iTunes App Store and the Android Market. More complete details about the mobile sharing app can be found at www.storymarklife.com.
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