StoryFire- Watch Videos & Read 9+

Create. Share. Write‪.‬

Storyfire, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 30.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Join the StoryFire rebellion! Watch and create the stories and videos that you want while growing a massive fanbase!

WATCH: Watch videos or read written stories created by awesome members of our growing creative community.

CREATE:Write a solo story if you want to write on your own. Build a group story with some new friends. Or post videos after submitting an application and unlocking the video feature.

GROW YOUR AUDIENCE: Build your audience with subscribers. With features like the Creator Spotlight and Story Promotions, StoryFire shines a light on both smaller creators just starting out and bigger established Creators with millions of fans.

MAKE FRIENDS:Meet awesome members of the community by staying active on the app and posting to your social feed. Follow your friends to see what kinds of stories they are creating or build a story with a new friend!

EARN BLAZE:With our in-app currency Blaze, you can do lots of fun things! Tip Creators to show your support. Charge for a piece of content you created. Promote your content. Purchase Blaze from the App Store. Don’t’ want to spend any money? You can easily Earn Blaze by watching ads, sharing content, streaks and various other activities.

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What’s New

Version 3.39.4

- Critic
- Podcast
- Free Blaze
- Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
30.5K Ratings

30.5K Ratings

yurigunals ,

Regarding “Blaze” Currency.

I downloaded this app when it first launched on the App Store. The app had an incredible idea with users being able to publish their stories and read other stories completely for free. The new “Blaze” can be used to tip creators and to get more traffic to your story, however this is outweighed by the fact it cost blaze to read the story at all. There are many people who would agree that they would rather the app be loaded with advertisements than to constantly buy blaze to watch a featured series or to read a story. For a fix I would recommend you to give readers daily credits. These credits only last for that day and will allow readers to read 3-5 stories in one day. After they run out they could be prompted with watching an ad or buying credits. Buying the credits would of course be permanent and not just for that day. The main problem with blaze is that it makes the description of the app inaccurate. While we can technically do these things for free it’s not able to be earned by an average reader/watcher. It’s not a bad idea on paper to use blaze, however I would consider changing a few things about it before you do anything else. Some of my friends have started uninstalling the app or just making a new account for more blaze.

ddrubs ,

Not just a platform; A warm place to stay.

I should preface this by saying I am not swayed by any outside factor, this review is genuine. Around the launch of this app, I downloaded it just to test the waters if you will. I ended up writing a 10 part series, followed by an ambitious 19 part series and a couple short stories. Needless to say this app got me excited to write, and has actually molded a career for me; yes I am a full fledged writer BECAUSE of StoryFire. This app does a lot of things well, but instead of being a jack of all trades, master of none, it actually rivals bigger corporation owned platforms such as YT, and Twitter. Social media? StoryFire has you covered. Writer? That too. Blaze allows you to monetize your work, and with so many users you’ll feel right at home instantly. All in all, I wanted to thank Jessie and Brian for all their hard work in this app- as well as the users who make it so fun to sit down and write a story. Hope this review helps sway you to join the inferno that has started, Stay lit — #Litmas

Maria 29745 ,

accessibility issue

hi there I don’t know your name and I love the platforms idea however I will say this I’m blind and I have an iPhone and I have been trying for over two years now to log into the site or app or whatever however it will not let me select my birthday correctly whenever I try it says it selected but then when I hit done it didn’t select please fix this also there are blind people out there who use a screen reader called voice over make sure that buttons are correctly labeled and that it’s easier to navigate when selecting your birthday the sign in is complicated and I think that if you sign in with Google or Facebook you should be able to tell the birthday based on the account this is a big accessibility issue and could draw people away from using your app. Also please reply back. And you should list how to contact you in case of any feedback or questions. For those who don’t know and for you as well screen reader is a built in well, voiceover is a built-in screen reader that is on all Apple products this has to be accommodated for which you did not do very well. If you need help please reply back with your contact information i’ll be glad to help. Please reply back to my review I’m sorry it was so long but I had a lot I wanted to say also you should make the app able to be used on the M1 MacBooks which is the 2020 model and I love the app again it just needs some work.

App Privacy

The developer, Storyfire, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • User Content
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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