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A fitness app for everyone, not just professional athletes. The app helps users track their daily activity and exercise goals.


A tool that allows users to manage their calorie intake and physical activity.


A Facebook app that compiles all your Facebook activity into one place.


A startup that aims to help keep track of all the activity happening in a company’s Slack.


A company that helps recruiters find candidates by tracking their activity on platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook.


A startup is building a way to help people track their fitness activity, allowing people to connect with people and challenges with similar fitness goals.


This startup’s goal is to prevent ad fraud. It uses a combination of machine learning, data mining, and crowdsourcing to help companies like Amazon and Google detect fraudulent activity on their platforms.


A startup that helps people take more control over their finances by giving them more information on their activity and offering a way to earn rewards.


A web-based tool for investors to check a portfolio of investments for fraud and patterns in investment activity.


A technology that helps retailers track customer activity from the moment a customer opens the door to the moment they leave.


A SaaS platform that helps you manage your sales pipeline. It provides tools to help sales reps track their pipeline activity, and allows reps to manage leads.


This startup is building a platform for sharing pictures of food. It’s simple and turns the act of eating into a social activity. It’s a way to get people together around food and helps businesses promote their products in a way that’s both fun and useful.


A digital marketing platform that lets companies target users based on their social media activity.


 A security/protection service for businesses, working to identify threats and mitigate them before they become a problem. The company has an AI component that’s meant to flag risky behaviors in real time, and has a proactive component that flags any unusual activity.


The company is centered around a new product called the “Activity Tracker”, which is actually a wristband with sensors that measure the wearer’s activity throughout the day. The wristband communicates with a phone that then records the data on the app. The data can then be synced with a HealthKit-enabled app for tracking progress.


This startup’s utility is powered by the sharing economy. The app allows people to connect with local drivers and couriers to take care of what can be a labor-intensive activity, like moving a couch to a new apartment or delivering art to a new home.


A startup that sells a tool for people to track their physical activity so they can learn what their body needs to be healthy


A company that makes credit scores that are based on a person’s social media activity, rather than their credit history.


A startup that wants to help organizations build better customer service experiences. The startup builds artificial intelligence to help organizations capture customer insights with its software. It claims to be able to predict customer service issues by scanning a customer’s social media activity.


 A SaaS platform that aims to provide real-time updates for companies on their brand's social media activity.


A technology that helps to monitor the health of workers, including health risk factors and physical activity levels. The startup believes that the technology will be important for companies who want to make sure their employees are healthy.


A startup that “provides an AI-powered, ad-free content-based search experience for social media that allows users to see engagement, content, and activity across multiple social media channels and news outlets.”


A startup that tells you how good a product is based on Alexa ratings, reviews, and social media activity.


A startup that builds “lifelogging wearables” for people to track their health and fitness habits. It tracks blood sugar, blood pressure, heart rate, sleep, and activity.


A mobile app that allows people to create real-time surveys and quizzes about their day, with a social component so they can share the activity with friends.


A mobile app that helps people in the UK stay well by tracking their health and activity, using data from Fitbit, Apple Watch, and Moves.


A solution for businesses to track all their employees with a single dashboard, including social media data like likes and comments that can be filtered to show only in-house activity. The startup is aiming to make it easier to manage social media in-house.


A startup that wants to use mobile devices as a way to track and visualize illicit activity.


A startup that helps brands track influencers’ social media activity and potentially tweak marketing campaigns.


A US-based startup that wants to help businesses and nonprofits track and report on their social media activity.


A tool to track and visualize a person’s social media activity. It’s a hit with marketers who want to see the impact of their social media campaigns.


A wristband that tracks sleep and activity, and is designed to help people with sleep apnea.


A fitness-centric social network, with fitness-centric content, for people who are content-first, not fitness-first. The startup wants to use AI to recommend activity, food, and other content that people are likely to enjoy.


A data-driven platform that helps brands find new customers on Instagram. Each week, it finds tens of thousands of new customers that are likely to buy based on data such as recent activity and location.


A project created by YC alum Eric Migicovsky, it’s a device that can measure your physical activity and communicate with your smartphone.


A group of students at Carnegie Mellon University are building a wearable that tracks the human heart rate, breathing, and activity. The technology is meant to be used for home wellness, but also to help with medical research.


A cloud-based tool to prevent nursing home abuse by monitoring patient activity and alerting nursing homes if a resident is being abused.