Stipla is a new interactive iPad magazine for storytellers, adventurers and explorers everywhere. We tell quality stories about people and places from across the world and we bring those stories to life using interactive technology.
Stipla combines quality writing and photography with in-depth digital extras, for those who want to see beneath the surface of a story. From Palestinian racing car drivers to Bolivian wrestlers, Indian recyclers to British engineers, we uncover stories from around the world that reveal people and places in unexpected and captivating ways.Download now
Our first issue opens with a foray into the Georgian countryside, followed by a glimpse into life in the Occupied Territories through the eyes of a female racing car driver - shot by Panos photographer Guy Martin. Guardian writer Johnny Langenheim then traverses the wilds of Bolivia alongside wrestler Yolanda La Amarosa, in a story by photographed by James Morgan.
Technology brings Stipla to life. Articles run alongside videos, panoramic photography, interview clips and animation, the playful interaction adding substance without ever distracting readers from what matters; the people in our stories.
Stipla is dedicated to telling stories in the best and smartest way possible. Sometimes that's a 1500 word feature, but every so often it’s something less linear. By taking advantage of what the tablet has to offer, we’re meeting the demand for challenging stories told in a new way.