MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwired) -- 04/26/13 -- On Monday, Canadian photobook leader PhotoInPress released FriendStrip, a first-of-its-kind mobile photo app for iPhone and Android devices. Now, only 4 days after its release, the application is ranked in the top 15 of the Photo/Video category on the Apple App Store in Canada.
FriendStrip lets users create and share unique comic strips with their friends based on original professional scenarios provided within the application. Pick a story from the library, assign roles to your friends, and have fun as you photograph yourselves into the story! All of the photos that you take with your friends will automatically show up in the appropriate box in the storyboard, coming together to create a fun and personalized comic strip!
As proved by its terrific start, FriendStrip is clearly shaping up to be amongst today's hottest apps. "It's a challenge to surprise a friend with a unique gift," says Stephane Menard, President of PhotoInPress. "FriendStrip not only offers high quality scenarios that you can act out with your friends, but it also allows you to show how much your friends mean to you in a creative way".
FriendStrip was created by seven passionate Montrealers that have surrounded themselves with the absolute best in the industry: software engineers, scenarists, sketch artists, and comic strip authors joined together their talents to create compelling scenarios for this unique application.
More information can be found on www.friendstrip.com
PhotoInPress was founded by Anne Brunelle and Stephane Menard in 2006, and has dominated the photo book industry ever since. The Montreal-based company enables its customers to preserve their memories within top-of-the-line photo albums. PhotoInPress was the first company to offer such high quality photo books in Canada, and is now competing with American companies all across the country. Always desirous to innovate, the company is extending itself to the apps' market for mobile phones with a renewed passion.
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