Capturing memories with Blurb Mobile
If you use your iPhone camera to record your special moments (and we’re pretty sure a lot of you do), you need Blurb Mobile 2.0. It’s the one and only app that helps you capture those moments in a sequence of photos, captions, audio, and video that you can share online or print as a 7 x 7 inch photo book*, hardcover or soft. (Of course we help you make books—we’re Blurb, after all.)
Unlike Mosaic, Photo Story, or Printzel, Blurb Mobile lets you do so much more than just create a photo book. With Blurb Mobile, you can create a Story. A Blurb Mobile Story is a self-contained multimedia slideshow that you can share across your social media networks. Fun, spontaneous, meaningful, and beautiful—your Stories let you tell ... your stories.
What else can you do with Blurb Mobile? You can connect with your Facebook and Twitter friends to automatically subscribe to their Stories. You can engage with those friends by posting comments. You can give (and get) “likes” on favorite Stories. You can add hashtags to your Story title, descriptions, and comments to get your Stories out there (#smart #fun #thatsblurb). You can re-share your favorite Stories with your friends. You can tag your Stories with a location.
Brand-new holiday themes
Just in time for your special holiday Stories, we’ve added jewel tones with background colors and themes designed specifically to highlight your favorite holiday snapshots. ‘Tis the season for decorating, so make your Stories—online and in print—look as dressed-up as possible.
Download Blurb Mobile now and start telling your Stories.
*Fine print. Okay, okay, there is a actually one small catch: Books printed from the Blurb Mobile app can only be shipped to: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. We’re working on the rest of you, though.