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4 Good Digital Storytelling Apps for Android

November 21, 2015
Digital storytelling is a great way to engage students in a wide range of multimodal learning activities where they get to practice key literacy skills. It is also an effective method in helping students express their own narratives in both written and verbal media. In today’s post we are introducing you to some good digital storytelling apps to use on Android-operated devices. For those of you using iPad, check out this resource instead.

1-Tellagami


“A Gami can be an exciting tweet or status update. It can be a fun way to tell a story. It can be a thank you message or a vacation postcard. It can be a birthday greeting, party invite or cool way to share photos. The possibilities are endless!”

2- Story Dice

Story Dice is a creative tool to prompt ideas for plot, character, and setting. This idea generator can be used effectively for both written and oral storytelling.This app can be used with a wide variety of age groups ranging from preschoolers to teenagers. The user interface is simple enough for ages 3+ to use without any additional instruction.

3- WeVideo

'The WeVideo Video Editor helps you capture memories and moments wherever they happen, and turn them into amazing videos to share with others, across your favorite social networks.'

4- Animoto

Turn your camera roll into beautiful, pro-quality videos. Choose some of your favorite photos, mix them with one of our engaging styles, and pick a soundtrack from our huge library of music. Within moments you'll have an amazing video to share with everyone!