HomeSwitzerland-StartupsSwiss startup, a curated content tool, launches its new Facebook functionality

Swiss startup, a curated content tool, launches its new Facebook functionality, a free service that turns Twitter feeds into an easy readable online newspaper, was featured in EU-Startups last month for launching in German and French. Now they launched a new feature that integrates with Facebook, too.

Almost 100,000 registered users are using the service already in English, with more international users expected to join shortly thanks to their new language releases. was started by SmallRivers, a privately held startup incorporated in Switzerland (Lausanne), and is located on the Swiss Institute of Technology EPFL campus. now also added Facebook status updates to its list of services. Users now can create papers based on all posts on Facebook that are available for the public. The team at is already working on creating papers based on individual accounts too, which are going to be only readable for the account holders.

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Thomas Ohr
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Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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