Aug 15, 2014

Steller is a Stellar Storytelling App!

I recently created a profile using the Steller app and published my first story. The Steller format allows for combining your story to include text, imagery and videos using various layouts and fonts. Once you create your first story you can curate it to a Collection. Collections can include your own work or you can republish other works on Steller into a Collection (kind of like you do with a Pinterest Board). I've started one called Healthy Eats because I love the recipes I"m finding on Steller.

For my first story I decided to introduce myself and my love of creating painterly mobile art. Click on the image below to read the story on the web version of Steller


Once you sign-up for Steller through the app (free on The App Store) you can start creating your own stories and collections. Be sure to look for me (just search Geri Centonze) and follow and I will be happy to follow back to see your stories! 

Continuing on with my theme of The Painterly Way, I published a full tutorial for creating "California Dreaming". Click on it to view the tutorial in Steller. You'll see how I turned a very ordinal image into this painterly one.


Steller is about to release the latest version next week. Stay tuned because I'll be back with a press release on that soon! Are you using Steller? If so, please let me know how you're liking it so far in the comments below.


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14 comments:

  1. Hi Geri, I have not heard of this app yet -- thank you for the information! Is it similar to the Backstory app? I'm not sure if that app is around anymore? or maybe I have the name wrong.... :-) I'll do some research here on my end!

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  2. Thanks Geri, for sharing this app with us must check out sometime this weekend.

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  3. Hello Cecily, I think you are referring to Backspaces and its still active.

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  4. Yes, Jeff is right it is Backspaces and it is still active. I like the flipbook presentation at Steller and the fact that you can change the layout and add video. Give it a try!

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  5. Thanks for helping Cecily out Jeff!

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  6. You have changed my life once again! Thank you thank you!

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  7. Hi Geri, this is a good overview of the Steller app. There are 2 other apps that you can use to create stories and both have very good reviews. One is Storehouse and the other Pixotale. I wonder if you could try those and compare. Storehouse is only for iPad, Pixotale works on both iPhone and iPad. Disclaimer: I am the developer of Pixotale.

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  8. Fabulous! It's a wonderful app

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  9. Thanks for the info. I will definitely try them out. I have also used Backspaces but prefer Steller so far. I will give your app and Storehouse a look this week.

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  10. Thank you. Look forward to your feedback.

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  11. Hi Geri, I appreciate your honest feedback. It's going to help us improve our product. Since we are a small startup we pay more attention to what our users say. Thanks.

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  12. It is a subjective thing. You definitely need to cater to your users and take their suggestions. The app market is so competitive. I think it ends up being a matter of personal taste.

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  13. Thanks for the info Jeff! and Geri! All I need now is an app to create more hours in the day!! I can barely keep up with IG, Flickr and all the great blogs out there!!

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  14. Oh I know what you mean! We need a CLONING app so we can get all of our stuff done!

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