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Tulsa-based Narrable tells your stories through photos

Tulsa startup is launching service allowing users to attach audio to photos, and then share those stories.
Published: December 4, 2012

For many of us, this season of getting together with family and friends means retelling favorite stories from the past, making new memories, and snapping pictures of these good times on our iPhones and digital cameras.

What if you could actually hear the story behind the photos that are most important to you?

That's the vision of, a Tulsa-based startup that is launching an online storytelling platform this month.

“We created Narrable as a storytelling platform for photos that really matter to us,” said Dustin Curzon, Narrable co-founder. “We all take thousands of photos every year, but there is only a small group of photos that we really care about. What adds depth is when someone tells you about that photo, not only the facts, but the context and emotion around it.” is not another organize-your-photos tool. Rather, it's an easy way to take those photos that mean the most and capture the voices that can give them life.

With a couple of clicks, subscribers can upload a digital photo and then record audio to go with that photo through the telephone. It's as simple and natural as making a call to a friend.

The site works with smartphones, tablets and desktops.

“Narrable automatically lays out your photos into a beautiful, horizontal canvas that gives you the ability to easily add a narration to any photo,” said Curzon, who holds the title of “chief storyteller.”

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