Meograph adds paid licenses

We’ve been big fans of Meograph since we first discovered it last May. Their “four-dimensional storytelling” makes it very easy to create digital stories that include audio, video, images, text and map them all as the story progresses.
Since their launch last year, they’ve added more than 26,000 users to the site who have created over 36,000 meographs. Even more impressive is that it has been used in over 1,300 schools and is growing by 30 percent each month!


To help generate some revenue from the growing service, Meograph is now launching some paid plans for educators, starting at $19.99/year. The plans include features such as ad removal, private sharing, class management and a few other items. Of note is that the free plans remain intact for everyone, whether they’re in an educational environment or not.

All in all, it seems to be a nice way to handle the move to paid licenses. The free product remains available and feature-rich, but there are now some nice add-ons for those that use the product heavily in their classroom.
Congrats to founder Misha Leybovich on the continued success of Meograph! Try it out for yourself at, or learn more about these new educational features in this article on TechCrunch.

About Mickey Mellen

Mickey has been using Google Earth since it was released in 2005, and has created a variety of geo-related sites including Google Earth Hacks. He runs a web design firm in Marietta, GA, where he lives with his wife and two kids.

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