Free Storybooks for All with iStoryTime and Tapjoy Partnership

Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

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Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.Building a digital library of quality apps can get quite expensive. We know this as we’re not just storybook developers, we are parents of young digital natives. They’re the reason we’re in the industry in the first place — we wanted to make something that they’d love and that we loved too. That’s why we’re always trying to figure out ways to improve our products in ways that both kids and parents will appreciate.

We’re big supporters of offering up our storybook apps for free from time to time, but we’ve always wanted to go one step further and make it easier for parents to get more books for their kids without breaking the bank, and without going out of business ourselves.

Our partnership with Tapjoy allows us to do just that.

iStoryTime-v2-iPad1

Because of this partnership, parents can now earn “Story Points’ within the iStoryTime Library app to spend on any storybooks, including favorites such as Turbo, Smurfs, How to Train Your Dragon, Sid the Science Kid, Ice Age, Madagascar and many more. The books themselves are completely ad free. Plus, they feature professional narration, character audio as well as interactive and immersive story experiences.

The iStoryTime app is available for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch today, and we’re working on the Android™version, which will be available on Amazon App Store and Google Play™, also integrated with Tapjoy. Soon parents will be able to get advertisers to sponsor books for their kids on every platform.

We know ads aren’t ideal for kids and their curious fingers, so not only are the books ad free, but we’ve put the whole commerce platform behind a parental lock to ensure the advertisements are directed at the parents and not kids. We think this partnership underscores a significant shift in how consumers are looking to acquire premium content, whether it is for themselves or their family members.

Of course, parents can purchase the storybooks via in-app purchase (again, behind a parental lock) and even preview the book before purchasing. If they do want to earn the book for free, they simply click on the “earn book” button and watch a video or take a survey or engage with an interesting ad to earn credits to unlock the best narrated books on the App Store. Basically, parents can build their family’s digital library without breaking the bank.

From reliving the adventures of reader’s favorite Zoosters in Madagascar to following the magical little creatures in The Smurfs, woolly mammoths in Ice Age or learning about science with Sid the Science Kid — the iStoryTime Library app is perfect for learning to read, road trips, bedtime stories and more. 

We hope parents and their families enjoy each and every book in our library. And of course, we’re always interested in hearing what books and/or features would be good to have in our library so please comment below if you have a suggestion.

Also, check us out on Facebook and Twitter.

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