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Shadow Puppet storytelling app for embedding narrated photos

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Stumbling across Shadow Puppet may be one of the best things to happen. It’s one of these apps that a new user would look at and say to themselves, “Where have you been all my life?”

For bloggers who need something more than a regular slideshow, but not a video or don’t have time to put together a video, Shadow Puppet is completely THE app to have. The “Puppets” can be embed in a blog or watched via a permalink; meaning the reader does not have to own or watch on a smartphone.

For those who are challenged working with video software, Shadow Puppet makes sharing and narrating a breeze. All one has to do is pick the images of choice, arrange them and then narrate over them while swiping to the next image or highlighting certain areas within an image. Here are some more details on how to use Shadow Puppet.

The possibilities are endless for the uses of this app. From business, tutorials, sneak peeks, and family fun, this app makes having photos worth the while it takes to snap them.

Though there a plethora of apps that are similar to Shadow Puppet, from a PR and Marketing user standpoint, Shadow Puppet is offering something worth using on a regular basis.

Interestingly enough, to see how Shadow Puppet will evolve to become the number one app of its kind will be an update to be prepared for. Additions such as adding to Instagram (those 15 seconds though), inserting music, custom borders, split screens, and video may be on the top of the list for 2014, but we may be surprised with something totally different.

Until then, downloading Shadow Puppet to an iPhone or iPad is highly recommended. Everyone likes shiny and new, and if Shadow Puppet keeps up with the innovation without cloning too much of what is already available, this app will surely be a keeper on many devices, especially bloggers’.

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