Posted by Tom Foremski - August 16, 2013
Thursday evening Amsterdam based Twibfy launched what it calls an "inspirational" platform that allows its users to easily collect and share collections of their own images, and images they find online.
David Robustelli (above), co-founder and CEO demonstrated the service at Impress Labs in San Francisco.
He said that the service just came out of beta and that lots more additional features will be added. "Our small team has been working all hours over the past five months to get this part of the project finished. We have lots more to add but we are very happy with this version. We also have a good business model."
The young startup says its collections are edited by a human editorial board to make sure that the quality is consistently high. Here is the iPhone app.
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