• Tales

    News As Short Videos.


    Available on iOS and Android

    Tales - News As Short Videos - iOS App
    Tales - News As Short Videos - Android App
  • Users

    On various social media platforms and apps

    5,800,000 MAUs

    Video views per month

    133,000 Subscribers

    Social Media Subscribers

    69% Video Completion Rate

    Average percentage of 14second video watched by users

  • News As Short Videos

    Learn Fast, Learn More.

    Short News Videos

    Short Videos, Complete Updates.

    Get short crisp video updates about everything that is happening in this world. We source our content from popular news outlets and create news videos from that content.

    No Fakes!

    Authorized Sources, Industry Experts.

    We take information very seriously. Thus, all our news is sourced from verified journalists and industry experts.

    Supercharged Video Streaming

    Reliable & Scalable

    We built the best in class video streaming technology that works very well on spotty-3G networks.

  • How It Works

    The Machine Learning GPU is our News Editor



    We source content from famous news outlets, like CNN, Washington Post, etc.


    Machine Learning

    Using state of the art machine learning algorithms, we automatically create news videos.



    We acquire our users on social media platforms and engage with them on a daily basis.

  • Maker

    Arpit Agarwal


    Arpit built ifomo out of his passion and love for videos and events. He worked on various startups before Tales like ifomoPixet, and Beepi. He has also worked at Google and Facebook before.


    He build Tales because he found the short 15 second video snippets were far more engaging than reading a 200 words news article.


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