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A chat bot that helps you find the cheapest flights to your destination, set alerts for when prices drop, and handle tons of other travel-related tasks. The startup is focused on helping travelers manage their itineraries and get the most out of their travel.
This startup wants to create an “Uber for trash” for apartment owners, creating an automated system of trash drops and pickups that uses GPS and back-end software to track it all.
A company that helps users adjust the size of their online image and videography with a simple drag-and-drop tool
Y Combinator has funded a wide variety of companies such as Airbnb, Dropbox, Stripe, and Reddit.
A platform for building e-commerce sites from a set of drag-and-drop blocks.
A tool for creating custom front-end web applications with a drag-and-drop interface
A drag-and-drop web app for building a prototype of a web application in minutes.
A software developer that helps users build apps using a drag-and-drop interface.
The first YC-backed startup to reach unicorn status was Airbnb, in 2009. Airbnb was followed by Dropbox, Stripe, Uber, Instacart, and Wayfair.
A startup that allows users to create and control their own online profiles, with the ability to customize their LinkedIn and email using a drag-and-drop interface.
A digital dashboard for people to keep track of their personal and professional goals. The startup is based in San Francisco, and has just closed a $2.5 million round led by former Dropbox executive Adam D’Angelo.
Idea: A platform for hosting online courses. The startup says it has a 45% course completion rate, with a 6% course drop rate.
Muyu is a startup based in Brazil that wants to help companies automate their invoices. The startup has a feature-rich platform where users can drag and drop invoices and attachments, and renew them automatically.
Spots on the map that help you find the closest ride to your destination. The startup wants to make it easier for drivers to find the best ride deal by letting them mark where they want to be picked up and dropping off.
A company that aims to disrupt the transportation of hazardous cargo by using drones to fly through the air and drop off material to the ground.
A startup that lets you create a wishlist for your favorite products, then automatically sends you emails when prices drop on those items.
Founded in 2015, Y Combinator is a Silicon Valley-based startup incubator and seed fund. Y Combinator has invested in several companies that have gone on to raise hundreds of millions of dollars. It has also had several companies drop out of its program.
A startup that sells stuff from Amazon but drops it off at your house
Built on Python, Dropbox for Business is a collaboration and file sharing platform that works with Dropbox and Google Docs. The company was acquired by Dropbox in late 2018 for $100 million.
In 2017, the U.S. Postal Service lost $65 billion, according to the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General. The USPS lost $1.8 billion in FY 2016, and $2.8 billion in FY 2015. That is a drop of $3.4 billion from the $1.9 billion that they lost in FY 2014.
A secure messaging service for websites, allowing companies to communicate securely over the internet without having to worry about eavesdroppers. The startup has raised $9.5M in funding so far, with a $20M valuation.
This startup is working on a way to help users create a chat bot in minutes through a simple, drag-and-drop interface.
The company’s goal is to create a cloud-based service that’s cheaper, more secure, and more scalable than Dropbox, Box, and other cloud storage companies.
A startup with a “smart” suitcase that can track its owner’s travel by GPS, and let them know when it has been dropped or lost.
This startup wants to make the world’s most durable tablet, one that can withstand a drop from a boat in the ocean, or a puddle of coffee.
This startup is working on a way to make it easier for people to run their own mobile apps, by allowing them to build them using a drag-and-drop interface.
DropBox for consumer goods, allowing you to send an item to your DropBox account, get a notification when it arrives, and have it sent back to you.
This startup is building a tool that anyone can use to build a mobile app without coding. The tool is a drag-and-drop user interface that allows you to create a mobile app from scratch.
A tool to help people create easily sharable images, using a simple drag-and-drop interface. Because of the way the attention economy works, every one of your images is worth more to someone else than to you.
A tool to help teams collaborate and create visual prototypes using a simple drag-and-drop interface.
A software platform that allows businesses to create sales pipelines with a simple drag-and-drop interface.
This startup is building a drag-and-drop tool that allows users to create workflows from different platforms (like Slack or Trello) and then send them to one central place. The company is also building a white-label product for other companies to offer such workflows.
A startup that helps users create digital assets and manage them. It's a sort of self-hosted Dropbox for the digital world.
A software company that simplifies the process of creating digital marketing campaigns for small businesses by using a drag and drop interface and AI.
A startup that helps users organize their pictures and videos through a mobile app. The startup has partnered with Facebook, Instagram, and Dropbox.
A music app that lets you share a playlist with other people in real time, rather than sending them a link to a Dropbox or Google Drive copy.
A startup that’s building a way for people to explore and explore a world of their own around their city. It lets you drop in for a day, look around, and get a sense of the neighborhood without having to physically travel to it.
A platform that helps people make music together using the tools they’re already using. The startup has raised $1.6 million in seed funding from investors including Union Square Ventures, SV Angel, ZipCar founder Robin Chase, and Dropbox founder Drew Houston.
A tool for selling digital products with a drag-and-drop interface, focused on ebooks and video games.
As of 2018, YC has graduated over 2,000 companies, including some of the most well-known startups in the world, including Dropbox, Airbnb, Stripe, Reddit, and Lyft.
Launch is a period of intense growth and expansion, and the companies listed above are just a drop in the bucket. As the startup ecosystem continues to grow, a lot more startups will have good ideas. Here are the top startups that have launched in 2019, according to TechCrunch.
A “hybrid” of Google Docs, Slack, and Dropbox. It’s a platform for teamwork and communication that’s meant to be secure and easy to use. Available on iOS and Android.
A tool for bringing employees together. The tool allows you to add tasks by dragging and dropping from an online spreadsheet to a shared Google Drive.
Fledgling startup that wants to let you design your own custom robotics projects through a simple drag-and-drop interface. The company is hoping to make it so that a person can build a robot with just a few minutes of work.
This startup is trying to make web design a “safer” profession by lowering the drop out rate.
A platform that allows users to build their own websites with an easy to use drag and drop interface. The site automates things like social sharing and other links.
A platform that organizes and customizes airdrops of new tokens to users
A company that allows customers to order groceries online, picking up their groceries and then dropping them off at their doorstep.
A platform to help small businesses build a website with a straightforward drag-and-drop content management system.
A tool that turns your Dropbox account into a
A utility for "smart" homes from the makers of Nest, Dropcam and Honeywell. Eko is a new company that aims to bring more automation to everything from thermostats to security cameras. The company started with a thermostat that can be programmed through an app and communicate with a connected garage door, but it’s now also trying to develop a home security system that will stop someone by recognizing their face and sending a message to their phone.
A mobile app that connects restaurants with nearby drivers, who can pick up and drop off diners on their way home.
Visual Search is a tool that lets you create and share visual search results, like a game of connect the dots. The app lets users create their own visual search queries by dragging and dropping different images. It’s currently in private beta testing in the UK.
A startup that’s building a platform to let people easily build websites and web apps, using a drag and drop interface.
The startup is working to make the task of maintaining and protecting clothes easier and more efficient. The company’s app helps users scan clothing into the app at home, and then sends them to a “laundromat” where they can drop off their clothes for washing.
A tool for building mobile applications for iOS and Android. AppLocale bills itself as the “Swiss army knife of mobile.” It is a full-stack UI toolkit with a drag-and-drop builder, APIs, and SDKs.
A modular website building platform allowing users to build their own websites quickly, in HTML or with a drag and drop interface.
A company that makes a nearly-unbreakable, bendable charging cable. The company says they’ve seen their cables get dropped, stepped on, and run over multiple times by cars and trucks and they’ve never snapped or even bent.
A company that aims to make it easy for you to create your own version of Dropbox or Google Drive.
A company that helps people store and manage content on Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, and Microsoft OneDrive.
A company that builds smart, modular hydroponic grow systems
A startup that wants to be the Uber for bike rentals: a service where you can pick up a bike and drop it off at a central hub and then pay a flat fee to use it.
A tool for building and editing webpages with a drag-and-drop interface. Think of it like Medium, except for building sites.
A platform to help colleges teach students how to code. The startup will teach students how to code using the Drag & Drop interface, which is more intuitive compared to using more traditional programming languages.
A ride-sharing service for commuters, where subscribers can have a vehicle drop them off at their office, or pick them up from there, for a small monthly fee.
This startup wants to let people pick up items from stores and drop them off at home, giving them a chance to earn extra cash without having to haul everything around themselves.
A start-up that is building an app that enables people to share their needs for local services with local businesses. Users can drop a quick note on the app about their services-related needs, and the app uses the data to create a personalized job board.
A drag-and-drop tool for building custom, high-performance websites, with an emphasis on WordPress.
A tool for businesses to create and share content using a drag-and-drop interface. It’s currently in beta for enterprise clients, and is also available as a mobile app.
A recent engineering graduate who landed his first job at Airbnb after dropping out of college. He’s building a startup that helps homeowners manage the process of selling their homes after leaving their landlords. Clients work with Clew to clean out their homes, give professional photos, publish their listing online, and receive bids.
A small-batch hydroponic tomato farm with a $5,000 retail price. The startup wants to deliver fresh tomatoes for $4 per pound, and is currently shipping 3,000 units per week to its first five clients.
A startup that wants to make it easier to find a ride-sharing service to pick up the family or friends when they need to be dropped off.
An AI-powered platform for visualizing data that allows users to visualize and interact with data using simple drag-and-drop.
A tool that helps people create a website using a single drag-and-drop interface. The tool is aimed at people who don’t know how to code — and it’s being used by companies like McDonald’s and Coca-Cola.
This SaaS business allows users to grow their own tomatoes in a hydroponic system.
A startup that provides a service where people can pick up and drop off items they are selling on Craigslist
A startup that sells iPhone cases that are super protective (IE has a military grade case and is tested to withstand drops of 6 feet)
Idea: A startup that provides a tool for people to learn how to code Think of it as a kind of Dropbox for lessons: users can watch/test/correct video lessons on their own time
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