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

“Once you've recorded a story, you can then share it with the people who matter to you,” he said. “It's active consumption. They can scroll through horizontally to pick and choose the stories they want to listen to.”

Individual subscribers can create and share their first five narrables for free. After that, Narrable will offer subscriptions for unlimited use.

In the spring, Narrable will be launching additional features for groups and creative professionals.

“When people tell stories or when you hear someone's voice talking about a photo, it creates connection and sense of empathy between the person and the story teller,” Curzon said. “We think Narrable can go beyond family photos. People are passionate about a lot of things — everyone has a story.”

Narrable launches its storytelling platform Dec. 11 at www.narrable.com. You might want to check it out this holiday season.

Rex Smitherman is interim president and CEO of i2E Inc., a nonprofit corporation that mentors many of the state's technology-based startup companies. i2E receives state appropriations from the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology. Contact Smitherman at i2E_Comments@i2E.org.


The more than 140 billion photos now on Facebook is 10,000 times larger than the Library of Congress photo catalog.

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