At long last, Storehouse is giving Android users some love.
The photo narrative app, which was founded as an iPad-only experience in 2013, began shifting to develop an even more mobile platform when it added support for the iPhone early last year. Still, Android users have been waiting to try out the app which was the winner of an Apple Design Award and the 2014 Crunchie for Best Mobile App.
Storehouse allows users to combine photos and videos from their camera roll to create very slick and well-designed collages of moments from their life that can be easily embedded or shared with friends.
The app, available now for download in the Google Play store, is offering Android users a pretty identical experience to what’s been available on iOS so there shouldn’t be any big surprises for users that are familiar with Storehouse’s latest updates.
“We’re thrilled to open up our platform to the Android community,” said Mark Kawano, Storehouse co-founder and CEO in a release. “Storehouse’s mission has always been to enable people to create and share beautiful and meaningful stories, thus it was extremely important to us that we incorporate the world’s largest mobile community. Our team has been working tirelessly on the Storehouse experience for Android and are excited to hear the response from this diverse and global community.”