San Mateo’s Tapatap, a secretive company that says it wants to let people downloaded and share applications “for free and work seamlessly across web, wap, and rich mobile clients” has raised $2.5M in Series A funding from Gabriel Venture Partners, according to regulatory filings cited by PE Week.

The company says it is pioneering “mobile 2.0,” and is co-founded by three former Infospace execs, active in mobile gaming and social networkin: Isaac Babbs, Andy Riedel and Ken Scott.