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Stories as a Service

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Stories as a Service Alternatives

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  1. 12

    Engage your customers with Stories right from your app or mobile web product with InAppStory.

    freemium $199.0 / Monthly (Up to 100k MAU)

  2. 10

    Bring superb stories to your app

  3. The community building platform for creators, coaches, communities & businesses to sell memberships, events, private groups & so much more.

    Try for free freemium $39.0 / Monthly (Base Plan, Use promo code SOCIALLY50 for a 50% off on all plans)

    Try for free
  4. JavaScript library that lets you add Stories everywhere

  5. Add Interactive Web Stories to your website with a few bytes of JavaScript.Web stories are a way to reach a unique audience within a new storytelling experience.

  6. With Instagram ads, businesses can drive awareness and increase its customer base through visuals. Learn how to advertise on Instagram and our ad formats.

  7. Craft stunning Instagram stories, share them everywhere 🚀

  8. Create Instagram/Snapchat like stories using React on web

    Open Source

  9. Auto-generate IG Stories, Pinterest Pins and more

  10. The simple tool to embed interactive web-stories in your website.

  11. Storyteller's end-to-end platform gives you a best-in-class Stories experience in days with native SDKs, publishing tools, analytics, and ad support.

    freemium £299.0 / Monthly (2 Seats, 100k MAU, 500k Page Views)

  12. Buffer makes it super easy to share any page you're reading. Keep your Buffer topped up and we automagically share them for you through the day.

    Open Source

  13. Manage your SnapChat and Instagram stories.

  14. Kalimba is a Puzzle-platform video game developed by Press Play and published by Microsoft Studios.

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