Storyline Raises Funding to Further Develop Its Alexa Skill-Building App


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Storyline was founded in 2017 with a mandate to bridge the gap between creators and voice-recognition software smart speakers, including Alexa. In other words, just as WordPress created ways for non-programmers to create websites, the startup is putting Alexa skill building into anyone’s hands. As reported on TechCrunch on July 6, Storyline has now raised $770,000 in a new funding round. The funding will be used to help further develop the startup’s skill builder app for Alexa. If Storyline wants to corner the Alexa skill building market for non-programmers, it likely has its work cut out. In April, Amazon, likely recognizing the potential competition already posed by startups like Storyline, released Alexa Skill Blueprints. Skill Blueprints also offer templates and drag and drop options for just about anyone who wants to create an Alexa skill. 

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1 thought on “Storyline Raises Funding to Further Develop Its Alexa Skill-Building App

  1. Dan Safkow

    Storyline is such a wonderful service with a great team. Wishing them much success!

    August 2, 2018 at 5:26 pm

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