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Tapestry offers users a new way to share stories with others. Move forward through each story, which is something a little like a slideshow, via taps. You can’t go backward, only forward, and every time you tap a bit more information or part of the story is revealed.

It sounds so simple, and yet Tapestry’s concept is incredibly versatile, and pretty fun. Let’s face it, sometimes stories or jokes just have more impact when a tap reveals a twist or punchline. Come on, click “more” and I’ll show you what I mean. (more…)

One question that anyone using a check-in app has is “What are they doing with this data?” For as long as we’ve been busy checking in and sharing who we’re with, people have been thinking about how this data could be leveraged for something more useful than a virtual badge or title.

Gowalla attempts to answer this question. Previously an app that focused on the check-in, Gowalla is now using this information to generate travel guides for hot places all across the world. In this grand pivot, has Gowalla become something profoundly useful or lost some users?