Cyberlink Announces MediaStory App, On the Fly Slideshow Maker.

With more and more people using their smartphones as their main camera, the ability to be able to display those images on the fly has become a major need. Media Story understands this and is doing what they can to address the situation.  Media Story is an app that allows users to create slideshows out of the photos on their handsets in 3 simple steps. 

CyberLink MediaStory allows consumers to create slideshows from their smart phone photos in three easy steps. The application comes with pre-designed slideshow templates with various themes that can be applied to turn photos into animated slideshows on-the-fly. The slideshows can be played on the smart phone or uploaded to their Facebook walls to share with friends.

Key features of CyberLink MediaStory include:

  • Create slideshows from Facebook photos, iPhones and Android phones.
  • Upload slideshows to Facebook direct from iPhone and Android phones
  • Animate slideshows with creative themed templates and background music
  • Personalize slideshows with subtitles
  • Share slideshows on Facebook wall and allow sharing comments with friends
  • Option to display slideshows on Showcase to reach a wider audience

The Mediastory app is available now for $2.99 on the Market.  Try it out and let us know how it works!

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  1. Eldridge
    June 14, 15:40 Reply

    Currently $1.99
    Also, there's a free LITE version.

  2. deden
    June 15, 06:46 Reply

    amazing the picture is very nice… :D

  3. eka
    July 12, 16:33 Reply

    thanks for sharing

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