Twitterrific’s team is back with Tapestry, an app for tracking social media, news, RSS and more

The Iconfactory, the maker of a popular third-party Twitter client, Twitterrific, that was among those killed off by Twitter under Elon Musk’s management, is hoping to recover from its losses wi

Betaworks-Backed Tapestry Releases Update To Let You Build Stories In-App

Today <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2013/06/05/betaworks-backed-tapestry-brings-easier-discovery-and-a-bit-of-rebranding-to-the-storytelling-app/">Tapestry</a>, the story-telling service out of <a t

betaworks-Backed Tapestry Brings Easier Discovery And A Bit Of Rebranding To The Storytelling App

Tapestry, the digital storytelling platform launched out of betaworks, has been relatively quiet since its inception in November 2012. Today, however, Tapestry is releasing a major update to the app t

Tapestry, The App To Help Seniors Stay Connected, Raises Further $400k To Bring Its Wares To iOS Ahead Of U.S. Launch

Australian startup <a target="_blank" href="http://www.tapestry.net/">Tapestry</a>, which makes an app for Android tablets to help seniors stay connected to family members, has raised $400,000 in new

U.K. Mobile Shopping Startup, Tapestry, Trials Barcode/NFC Scanning App To Link Shoppers With The Physical Things They Fancy

Tapestry, the latest contender in the fashion-tech startup space, wants to connect a shopper's digital identity with the physical products in the store they're in by using barcode/NFC-scanning smartph

Tapestry Raises $600K To Help Seniors Stay Connected With Their Family

Many countries are facing a demographic 'time bomb', or so we're told, as people are living longer than ever before. As a result, 'seniors' make up a significant (and growing) proportion of the market

Betaworks Launches Tapestry, A Way To Author Beautiful Smartphone Essays

About half a year ago, futurist, novelist and former media manager at Twitter Robin Sloan meditated on what the future of storytelling might look like on smartphones. The product of that was <a tar