Storytel launches its service in Singapore

As of today Storytel is launching its service in Singapore. Singapore is the 16th market where the service will be offered, and the first one in South-East Asia. In addition to a global English catalogue of over 85,000 audio and e-books, Storytel will also carry a significant number of titles by local Singaporean authors through partnerships with local publishers.

“Singaporeans’ love for books and a motivation for constant learning combined with the country’s excellent infrastructure, high smartphone penetration and success of other streaming and subscription services makes Singapore a great first market for Storytel to enter in South East Asia”, said Stefan Tegenfalk, Head of Expansion, Storytel.

Storytel’s goal is to become the leading audiobook service in Singapore, and for the market to be a launchpad for future expansion in the region.

More information

Stefan Tegenfalk                             

Head of Expansion

+46 73 383 9601

Dan Panas

Head of Communications

+46701865290

FNCA Sweden AB is the company’s certified adviser. FNCA can be reached at info@fnca.se or 08-528 00 399.


About Storytel

Storytel is Northern Europe’s leading audiobook and e-book streaming service and offers unlimited listening and reading of more than 200 000 titles on a global scale. Our vision is to make the world a more empathetic place with great stories to be shared and enjoyed by anyone, anywhere and anytime. Storytel is a digital platform provider as well as a comprehensive publishing group. The streaming business area offers subscriptions for audiobooks and e-books under the Storytel and Mofibo brands. Storytel’s publishing business area is carried out through the publishing houses Norstedts, Massolit, StorySide, Printz Publishing, People’s Press, Rabén & Sjögren, B.Wahlströms and Norstedts Kartor. Ztory – a subscribed digital read-all-you-can streaming service for newspapers and magazines, is part of Storytel since January 2019. Storytel operates in 16 markets around the globe and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.