An exciting update for Talegraph

Marie-Laure 11-05-2020 Version française

Talegraph reinvents itself for you!

No need to travel far away to go on an adventure and have lots of memories to immortalize: exploring the tall grass in the garden, showing your progress in cooking (your 8th attempt at baking bread is a success!), keeping an illustrated lockdown-diary, etc…

Anything to keep your friends and family posted!

To help you tell these stories we have once again improved Talegraph, focusing especially on the editing interface and the creation process of new Tales. We are very proud to present this new version which is also so much easier to navigate on smartphone or tablet.

Discover the brand new Talegraph

Marie-Laure 28-06-2019 Version française

Talegraph just got a fresh new look to welcome all your pictures!

This summer you are going to capture beautiful moments: your kids’ diving exploits, your trip around the world, an unforgettable wedding… and Talegraph will help you tell all these stories in pictures and share them with your friends and family.

New chronological presentation, new text blocks, new emojis: this new version is full of possibilities to tell captivating stories!

Why Talegraph is no longer a free service… and it’s a good thing

Marie-Laure 31-05-2018 Version française

The time has come to launch “for real”

After one year of hard work, the time has finally come to launch Talegraph “for real”.

Until last week the site was still in beta and therefore completely free. At that time we were especially looking for user feedback. Also, implementing the payment module and workflow was a big effort and we prefered to focus on refining the product. And while there is a lot of work ahead of us (developing new features — videos coming really soon, fixing bugs, etc…) we feel that Talegraph is now ready to be used by everybody.

Why did we create Talegraph?

Marie-Laure 28-02-2018 Version française

Renaud (my cofounder) and I have always been in touch with photography. When we were kids, we both played with disposable cameras, old film rolls, or empty camera bodies… The rare pictures which ended up being developed were put in boxes, not to be looked at in a while.