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Tapulous

www.tapulous.com   —  
Funding: 1M - 5M (USD) Funding Type: Angel
Employees: 12 Revenue: Shhhh...

The Tapulous Mission

Tapulous was founded on the belief that the iPhone and the App Store represent a huge shift in mobile connectivity and that the next big technology wave will be all about mobile. We were the first Company built in this new space. To date we have successfully attracted 15 million unique users to our portfolio of applications headed by Tap Tap Revenge, a music rhythm game that is present on 1 in every 3 iPhones and iPod touches and that was the top downloaded game on the entire platform.

Our Products

We make iPhone apps such as FriendBook, Twinkle, and Tap Tap Revenge (one of the most popular games in the iPhone App Store!!!)

Our Team

We love iPhone.

And we love to build things, so we got together to build a family of fun, social apps for iPhone and share them with the world.

The company is headed by a team of seasoned entrepreneurs, Apple veterans and backed by a high profile network of angel investors including the first investors in Google, Vinod Khosla, Marc Benioff and Jeff Clavier. The Company is profitable with less than 20 employees and working hard to built the biggest musical-based social gaming network on the iPhone and other next generation mobile devices.

On any given day (or night), expect to find half a dozen of the Tapulous regulars at "The Shop", our office in downtown Palo Alto, California.

Tapulous Locations

Name Address Employees
Headquarters 240 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94301, USA 12
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