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A startup that lets companies track their employees’ movements in and out of the office using GPS.

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A startup that’s building a new kind of shopping cart that lets buyers seamlessly buy products at multiple sites without leaving the online store.

727

A software company that allows musicians to completely manage their band’s finances, including booking, money management, and accounting.

639

A startup that lets employers access their employees’ social media profiles to see what they’re doing at work.

371

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

360

A company that helps coaches and athletes turn their personal exercise routines into business opportunities.

285

A small business marketing strategy and planning tool that lets small businesses measure their marketing performance across all channels. It started by focusing on social media and has expanded to include web traffic and content marketing, email marketing, and paid search.

278

A fintech startup that is building a platform that will let users import financial data from different platforms and create a financial dashboard that can be integrated with other platforms.

264

A startup that helps young job candidates get a sense of what’s going on within the company they’re applying to so they can tailor their cover letter and resume toward what’s expected.

243

A startup that’s helping power outages by letting people share their homes’ energy usage with others and get compensated for it.

236

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225

A virtual reality startup that aims to help healthcare professionals train and collaborate. It’s a VR app that lets doctors, nurses, and other medical staff practice together in a virtual environment before they need to go to the hospital.

215

A startup that lets users “check-in” to any retail location and receive a discount or free gift. The company has raised $1.5 million in seed funding.

180

A company that aims to create one-click access to the stock market for average investors and let them track stocks in real-time.

156

A system that lets businesses track the performance of their baristas.

149

An employee scheduling tool that lets companies see all their employees at once with their schedule, location, availability and more.

146

A startup that aims to create a “digital wallet for the home”, allowing you to pay for products and services using apps on your phone.

141

A platform that lets people customize and sell their own tickets to events, with the potential to give artists more control over their work.

141

A startup that lets people easily find nearby parking garages.

138

A startup where you can buy used tablet computers from big retailers like Best Buy and Staples.

126

A startup that generates a custom color palette for a product

123

A social network that lets users find homes for pets

122

A daily newsletter about startups, with stories and profiles, written by a team that includes 500-hour Y Combinator alum.

122

A platform that connects employees to various services via mobile apps and an API. The startup is building out a platform that lets companies grant permission to employees to use their mobile devices to access services and apps.

121

Idea: A smart wallet that understands how you spend your money

119

A chatbot that can let people know when their friends are sexually active.

118

A software platform that lets brands communicate with marketing departments around the world — making workflows easier and more cost-effective.

116

A startup that wants to help you save money on your toilet paper, but also wants to be the company to make the best toilet paper in the world.

115

A startup that sells a service that lets you hire a photographer to take photos of you and your friends

109

A messaging app that lets people with special needs connect with others who can help them build functional relationships.

109

Idea: A tool for helping people improve their sleep. The startup provides a mattress with embedded sensors that can track movement and sound, letting users track data about their sleep.

107

The aim is to let consumers to pay for a 3D-printed object. One feature is that the 3D-printed object is scanned and then the user can print out an accurate digital version they can then use in their homes.

106

A tool that lets software developers build and share reusable code snippets.

106

A company that wants to be the “Uber of home security”, letting people pay for home security devices with their credit cards and then let the company handle the rest. The company has raised $10 million in a Series A.

105

A rewards platform that lets people earn points for doing things with their phones, like taking a photo, following accounts and businesses, and more. Bunch can be redeemed for cash, merchandise, or travel.

104

A startup that will let people connect with a health coach

103

A video streaming app that lets users watch live events like concerts and sporting events.

103

A platform that lets you send money to friends in the Philippines, India, or China, in real time.

102

This startup is building an app that lets drivers pay for parking in advance from inside the app.

102

This startup that wants to let people earn money from their home by offering a variety of on-demand services.

102

A Chrome extension that lets you keep a record of sites and the articles you read.

101

A startup that lets you scan a barcode and get a quote for repairs on your iPhone or watch in the UK.

101

An ATM that lets people log in with a fingerprint to get their card.

101

A company that lets you connect your company’s email and social media accounts, allowing employees to switch between email and social media accounts.

100

a daily newsletter that sends a personalized digest to a user’s Google inbox

99

A startup that lets people create VR content using their phones. The company has already raised $8.2 million to build three apps that use different VR hardware.

99

The app acts as a digital wallet for your car, helping you use your phone to buy gas and get directions, and to pay for parking and tolls in the city.

99

Share3X is a platform that lets people store, share, and manage their work and financial tools. The startup offers a “Workplace as a Service” for companies to house their employees’ tools.

98

A startup that wants to put technology in the hands of complete beginners, in order to teach them how to use the internet.

98

 A platform for companies to let employees organize and manage their own time, allowing them to set and track their own goals.

98

A startup that lets people track their food from farm to table.

98

A platform that lets you see if you can save money on your next car purchase.

98

This online service lets people learn Spanish and English through games and video, and allows people to play games with a partner. It’s currently running in beta in the US.

97

A chat bot that lets people through meditation than can be used to help people battle depression

97

A system that lets small businesses and individuals buy and sell their used goods securely.

97

A startup that lets people buy tickets to events that they can attend from their phone, and their friends can recommend. Ticketfly is focused on events like concerts, sporting events and live theater.

97

A startup that provides a service where someone will help you to write the perfect cover letter for a particular job

96

A design company that will produce handwritten letters and postcards for customers, and send them to customers via mail.

96

A startupging platform that lets users manage multiple blogs in one place.

96

A maker of smartphones and tablets, the startup wants to sell its own operating system and make its own hardware.

95

A startup that lets you take a picture of a QR code, plug it in to the service of your choice, and automatically get an email with the link to a website that explains the code.

95

A startup that lets you buy furniture from Ikea without seeing Ikea

94

A platform that lets you create and sell custom-branded merchandise to your customers all in one place.

94

A hardware wallet that allows users to store and use any cryptocurrency.

94

A video marketing tool that lets you create an animated explainer video.

94

The startup is building an app that lets people instantly pack and ship their food using their smartphone.

94

An online platform that lets users organize their collections of crayons, Pokemon cards, and other “collectibles” in a way that’s easy to search, sort, and share.

94

This is an app that lets you make a just-in-time delivery order, like Uber but for groceries.

94

In the US, over $15 billion is spent on advertising for pet care services, but there is currently no app-based service that lets you find a good pet sitter. Pet Care Hero wants to be the first.

94

A platform that lets people sell their WiFi network for a monthly fee.

93

A tool that lets people manage their social media accounts on one platform.

93

This is an application that lets you set up a credit card and apply for a bank loan instantly, within a few minutes of signing up.

93

A cryptocurrency exchange that focuses on private investors. It uses a system of “certified wallets” with a touchscreen interface to allow investors to manage their holdings.

93

A startup that lets real estate agents manage their finances and “build” their listings on a SaaS platform.

93

A startup that lets you schedule and pay for your dry cleaning, pick-up and delivery all through your phone's native phone app.

93

A SaaS tool for finding and booking open-ended, immersive style tours in any city. The startup also offers a booking platform for short-term travelers and an app that lets you book tours in advance.

92

A startup that allows small businesses to sell their products online, and pay vendors with a digital wallet, and only with verified credit card.

92

A startup that lets users create a database of their home inventory so they can easily sell their home if they need to move

91

A pet tracking technology that lets you see where your dog is, even when they’re asleep

91

A startup that lets people write to their local news outlets and broadcast their thoughts and ideas to the public, akin to what the Snapchat Discover platform does for millennials. The twist, of course, is that these broadcasts are live and recorded.

91

A startup that lets people order pizza or a take-out meal in five minutes or less, via a website or app.

91

A startup that lets you take a selfie and choose where you want it to appear – like Facebook’s ‘Camera Effects’ – in an Instagram-like interface that’s meant to show you how you look, not what you look like. The company has raised $2 million in seed funding.

91

A platform to help brands brand pro athletes

91

A warehouse service that can provide a complete solution for small businesses that need to store inventory, with a focus on fulfillment and shipping.

91

 TinyDesk is an online service that lets remote workers have “a desk in their pocket”. This is a product that helps employers manage their remote workers’ desks, and allows employees to take their work with them. The startup is funded by Y Combinator and CRV.

91

Idea: A mobile application that lets you hire people on-demand to do tasks around the house

90

A platform that allows users to record tasks that they’re going to complete, and the app then monitors what users do and makes sure they don’t miss any of their goals.

90

This is a photo sharing app that lets you send your friends a “snapshot” of whatever you’re looking at. The startup monetizes via selling advertisers the ability to target specific geographic areas or high-traffic areas.

90

A startup that lets users anonymously rate their Uber drivers and drivers rate them.

90

In January 2018, Instagram launched IGTV, an app designed to let people watch longer videos.

90

A startup that lets people in the US upload their resumes to a centralized platform, allowing the hiring managers to search for candidates and see their backgrounds.

90

A startup that lets you monitor what the weather is doing at any time, including real-time forecasts for specific locations. They are building a tool that can give you a heads-up on what the weather will be like when you next leave the house.

89

A company that makes “a complete service solution for B2B SaaS companies”.

89

A text message-based calendar that lets you schedule events and reminders, with a calendar interface. The app is available for iOS and Android

89

A “smart wallet” that uses crypto to make purchases and payments. The startup has raised $11.5M to date.

89

A chat-based budgeting tool that lets users instantly customize their budgets in real-time

89

A startup that lets people and companies share their work in one platform, that they can then sell to brands.

89

A startup that helps people get around their cities by providing to-do lists, and letting them chat with others to help them get around.

89

This startup lets employers create employee referral programs and sells the referral fees. The startup’s customers include companies like Wayfair, Zillow, and American Express.

89

A startup that lets users search for random words and phrases to get a list of the most popular results.

89

A social platform that helps athletes manage their training, nutrition and recovery plans.

89

A startup that lets companies link their websites with their social properties and their email newsletters.

89

 A company that helps companies hire and train in-person apprentices. The company works with a network of companies to match up novices and experienced businesses, creating a system of apprenticeships that lets companies save money and still have their hands on the newest tech.

89

A logistics company building an app to let consumers plan their own personal deliveries with the help of a robot.

88

A company that wants to streamline the hiring process for employers, letting them post jobs and give applicants a chance to respond. It’s been used by companies like Lyft and Warby Parker.

88

A platform that lets users collaborate to earn money from the work they do.

88

Let’s call this app the “Uber for food”. This is a restaurant-on-demand service that can be triggered via a mobile app.

88

A platform that lets you sell your stuff in minutes, without leaving the house. It’s currently in private beta.

88

A platform for getting contractors to complete work before it’s due, from the shop floor to the field.

88

A company that lets you “quickly build out your own restaurant”, with a kit that includes everything you need to get going.

88

A platform that lets publishers create and sell custom content based on their subscribers’ interests.

88

Zuji is building a platform that lets users create and share virtual reality experiences with friends. It has raised $5 million in seed funding.

88

A company that lets consumers sell pre-owned goods. The company is currently in an early stage of fundraising.

88

A personal finance app that lets users track their expenses and net worth.

88

Established in 2015, the company is building a tool to help businesses manage their print marketing. It lets companies manage printing and marketing budgets, track print campaigns, and monitor print ROI.

88

This startup wants to let people buy and sell their old electronics in their own homes. The company’s goals are to make it easier to resell items, and to educate people about how they can reduce their clutter.

88

A startup that lets people create a website from a photo of their business card, which they can then share on social networks.

88

A startup that wants to give people more control over their data by letting them store it on their own USB drives

87

A startup that creates an artificial intelligence helper that helps people complete tasks

87

A startup that lets you do to your social media presence what you do to your personal email: use AI to curate your feed, and personalize it.

87

A startup that lets companies handle payments in a more transparent way. It’s an API that connects payments platforms and third-party data, and helps companies figure out which payments to accept and which not to.

87

This is a platform that lets companies manage the production of their own products.

87

A SaaS solution for HR teams that lets them manage a large number of employees quickly and easily. Encom is growing quickly, and recently raised $4.5 million on a $10 million valuation. It has over 2,000 customers from Fortune 500 companies such as Pepsi, Walgreens, and Verizon.

87

A travel booking app that lets consumers book airfare, hotels and car rentals all at once.

87

A marketing tool that lets you track your social media interactions, and see which customers are most engaged, most likely to buy, or engaged at all. The company has raised $2 million in funding.

87

Idea: A platform for hosting online courses. The startup says it has a 45% course completion rate, with a 6% course drop rate.

86

A startup that helps employers manage the hiring process, and lets job seekers set up profiles and search for opportunities.

86

 A core feature of the app is to let you share and discuss tweets and images on Slack.

86

A startup that helps freelancers connect to other freelancers by letting them post their work and find others who need tasks.

86

a company that helps law firms with interviewing and writing cover letters

86

A social media marketing tool that lets you create posts, and then suggests the best time to post them.

86

This startup lets a lawyer write a letter for a client that looks like it was written by the client, but all the essential details are still correct.

86

A Facebook-like app that lets anyone build and sell a mobile website. It’s a way for people who don’t build websites to earn money rather than create their own, and has a profitable model.

85

This app lets users track the delivery status of packages shipped through the company.

85

A company that wants to re-create the good old days of the local neighborhood hardware store for modern consumers. They want to build a modern version of the mobile app that lets people buy and sell their stuff in a local community.

85

This startup is building an app that lets you make appointments for a medical doctor at your local hospital.

85

A startup that’s creating a novel way to buy and sell sports memorabilia. The startup is building a “sport wallet” and hopes to have a “sport wallet” inside the Google Wallet app. The startup is also trying to build an ecommerce marketplace for sports collectibles and memorabilia.

85

A startup that goes after the 5 million small businesses that have yet to accept payments online. Their vision is to be able to “complete, manage, and reimburse small business invoices”.

85

A platform that helps retailers sell offline. The startup lets retailers sell their products in physical stores, and then also sell it online for buyers. Basically it’s a way for brick and mortar retailers to sell online and to their customers.

85

A phone app that lets consumers track their car and its maintenance. The startup is working on a new charging dock that will operate with a single cable, so consumers can charge their cars without having to worry about cables.

85

A startup that makes and sells a $25 hardware device that plugs into your smartphone and lets you make maps of the world.

85

This business is building a “complete SaaS platform” for Amazon’s business for business app.

85

A iOS app that uses the iPhone’s built-in GPS to help you figure out how far you have to walk to complete a given task.

85

A startup that lets users order and send takeout in New York City.

85

A blockchain-based platform that lets people not only track their food and purchases, but also lets them tell the story of where their food came from.

85

This authentication app is made for Airbnb and other service providers. It lets you use your phone to make a secure token to authenticate yourself to an app.

85

A startup that lets users receive notifications when someone they follow on social media posts pictures of themselves.

84

A startup for pre-owned tablets.

84

A platform that lets anyone easily create, sell, and buy stuff from Amazon, with no fees and no inventory.

84

A startup solving the student loan default crisis by letting borrowers streamline the repayment process.

84

A digital wallet for more than 200 countries, looking to integrate digital payments into businesses that don’t yet have them.

84

A company that helps with home repairs and renovations, letting customers research and book local contractors

84

A tablet organizer that aims to keep the iPad in sync with your desktop and other devices.

84

A Chrome extension that lets you monitor and report on the state of your own website.

84

A startup that is refining the way financial advisors do their work, letting them adjust to the needs of their clients.

84

A startup that wants to use AI to create a more natural color palette in fashion. The company’s founder says that the color palette industry is “a $20 billion market, and it has been a very low touch market.”

84

A startup that lets independent creators on Amazon sell their own products Amazon already offers this feature to big businesses, but this startup lets individual sellers sell their own stuff

83

This is a tool for people who want to get paid to write content for others, and it’s built on the WordPress platform. It lets people write blog posts, copywriting articles, or any other type of content for clients.

83

This startup has created an out of office messaging app that lets you send all of your team members an email with a message and a URL to a video recording that you’ve made. The app is all about helping small teams manage their in-person workflow and avoid technology-driven distractions.

83

 A tool that lets users buy, rent, or sell Amazon Prime parcels.

83

This app lets users shop at top retailers with their phone camera. The app allows you to scan a barcode and then shop on the same day. The app works with 25 major retailers like Sephora, Amazon, and Bloomingdale's to manage loyalty and reward programs.

83

A new kind of search engine that lets users input questions in natural language.

83

A single app that lets you manage all of your work, from payments to invoicing, to taxes, and everything in between.

83

A mobile app that lets people monitor the cost of their medications by scanning their barcode or entering the pharmacy’s name.

83

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.

83

A platform that will let users pay their rent in crypto.

83

A startup that wants to let you take a selfie of yourself, and send it to a friend who’s also taking a selfie, and then you two can see each other’s faces in real time.

83

A platform for sharing home services and letting customers compare costs and quality.

83

This is a new kind of tool that lets people create and edit videos together, and helps them collaborate on what they’re doing.

83

This startup is building a platform that lets users scan in their groceries, learn how much it costs, and then print the bill at home.

83

A ride-hailing company that lets people find a ride based on the route they’re most likely to take.

82

The startup’s mobile app is meant to help photographers plan their shoots, then let them share photos directly to social media.

82

This startup is building a cloud-based platform to help shop owners manage their stores. The company is building a platform that allows owners to manage their stores from the cloud, and lets them use the software to access their inventory and receive notifications on sales.

82

This startup is building an on-demand talent platform that lets businesses easily find and hire employees.

82

A SaaS company that claims to let companies scale their mobile payments infrastructure as needed.

82

Each week, the startup curates a list of 3-10 new books, videos, podcasts, and articles from the industry and the web that it thinks are worth reading and listening to. The startup also curates a weekly newsletter.

82

A platform that lets people raise money for crowdfunding campaigns via their mobile phones.

82

This startup is building a platform that lets retailers customers buy and deliver products in real time.

82

A social network for remote companies that let’s you see what your colleagues are working on, see what they’ve been working on in the past, and share feedback.

82

Salesforce.com’s Wave is a platform aimed at salespeople that lets them collaborate on calls, track KPIs, and use AI to guide future calls.

82

A platform for letting people work remotely from anywhere. Currently working with three companies, including one in New York City.

82

A company building an app to help companies manage the design process and the production of their marketing materials. It’s using the product to help customers with their design process, like deciding which typeface to use or what color palette to use, and providing it to them as a product.

82

A tool to let people know when their favorite TV shows are on,

82

A B2B e-commerce software that lets corporations sell products through Amazon.com.

82

A platform that lets home buyers and sellers trade home inspections.

82

A startup that takes your photo and turns it into a 3D model. The app lets you print it into a model that you can then take on a journey.

82

A startup that sells a physical card that lets you pay for things with your phone.

82

A company that lets you watch TV on your phone, using a smart speaker.

81

A tool for recruiters, that lets them upload their resume to a centralized network and have it automatically filtered to candidates that are a good match for a given job.

81

This company is focusing on anonymized data for companies. The startup lets anyone sell anonymized data about their customers, which can be used by businesses to provide better services.

81

Smart locks that let you control your home from anywhere with a smartphone

81

Workers at companies like Google and Apple can get paid to do their job. The startup, which was founded in April, wants to make work day-to-day easier by integrating those jobs into payroll and HR, letting people switch jobs and be paid for the work they’re doing.

81

An email marketing tool that helps e-commerce brands push their sales and follow up with customers. The startup needs to complete a YC Demo Day.

81

A platform that lets users create an online resume to show people. When you want to get a job, it generates a “real” one for you.

81

A startup that lets you use your smartphone’s camera to take a selfie with your face sitting in the middle of a cloud.

81

A cloud-based HR platform for small businesses that lets them manage their employee and contract employees all in one place.

81

A company that lets you find a local attorney and pay via credit card.

81

A digital health platform that provides a much better, more complete view of a person’s health. The company has been in stealth mode for a couple of years and is now publicly launching.

81

A tool for teams to manage their Microsoft Dynamics 365 contracts, making it easy to see who has been paid and which tasks have been completed.

81

Speaking of the “Ikea of finance”, this startup is building a digital platform that lets you build your own financial portfolios.

81

A crowdsourced translation app that lets you leave a comment to help an Italian native translate an English text into Italian.

81

Delivery service that promises to get an item to you after a certain interval, following a route that minimizes driving, and lets you pick up items from a store.

81

A digital wallet that’s designed to serve the needs of women in China. Currently, the platform does not offer features that are common in the US, such as peer-to-peer payments, a feature that is required in China for transactions to be legal.

81

A way to let people crowdsource their ideas (like Kickstarter) from the comfort of their home, where they can focus on the creative process without having to deal with logistics.

81

A startup that lets you shop for groceries on your phone and have them delivered

80

A startup based in San Francisco that aims to help people more easily track their personal finances. The startup is building an app with an “expense tracker” that lets you add and organize expenses and bills.

80

A customer service platform that lets customers ask questions about their accounts in a more accessible way.

80

A startup that lets users pay their bills via credit card orders.

80

A startup that lets you order a batch of custom-made grilled cheese or pizza from 24 different restaurants, and have them delivered to your door. The startup is still in the R&D phase, but hopes to launch the service early next year.

80

The startup is building a system that lets restaurant operators do inventory management automatically, which is difficult because of the high number of variables involved in managing inventory, from the type of food to how it’s portioned and stored.

80

A company that lets small businesses to automate their HR, from hiring to hiring to firing.

80

A delivery app that lets couriers send beer and wine deliveries to people’s homes for the same cost as ordering a pizza.

80

A company that is building a platform that lets artists sell their work directly to customers, including things like stickers and greeting cards.

80

A company that will allow you to stream your favorite TV show to any TV device in your house. The company is building a platform to stream video from any streaming platform to any device, including TVs, computers, game consoles, mobile phones, tablets, and anything else that can play video.

80

Providing a way for athletes to train in real-time via web cam.

80

A startup that lets you create a site for a sports team in four minutes and then charges them a monthly fee based on their social media following

79

This startup sells an Android app that lets you quickly record notes/talks about an item you are selling on eBay. The startup is also building out a platform for selling on eBay.

79

A platform that lets users make their own virtual reality videos and share those videos with others for a share of the revenue.

79

A startup that lets you find and purchase reproducible office supplies with a simple, visual search for suppliers.

79

A digital solution that helps companies build their own “mobile internet” in cities where there are no roads, by letting companies connect to nearby beacons.

79

A startup that lets you create videos and images with text in the background in real-time to create what’s called a "Voxel" — an image with a 3D representation of a text sentence.

79

A platform that lets publishers monetize video and stop people from uploading copyrighted content.

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“A safe investment wrapper for cryptocurrency savings accounts”. The company is building an account that lets people invest cryptocurrency, while also automatically tracking the value of the investment and sending out monthly statements.

79

A startup that lets you create a wishlist for your favorite products, then automatically sends you emails when prices drop on those items.

79

One of several startups that are building alternative work schedules that let people swap out their hours for the week. They all basically pair an employer with a local worker who can come in for extra hours in exchange for a small fee or a flat rate.

79

A startup that aims to provide a complete end-to-end solution for fans of sports teams to follow their favorite teams.

79

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

79

Crowdvilla is a startup that lets you book room reservations online, for prices that are typically lower than a hotel's.

79

A startup that wants to build a platform that lets people buy and sell debt on the blockchain.

79

This is a “tech-for-good” project that wants to build a marketplace where people can donate their old smartphones and tablets to be refurbished and repurposed into solar-powered lights for developing countries.

79

A leaderboard that uses push notifications and social media to let consumers know when their favorite brands are engaging with them.

79

A startup that makes a tool for people to write down all the steps they need to take to complete a project

78

Apple’s iOS operating system lacks a centralized directory to find and open files. Filefactory has built a solution that will let you “find files and get notifications for files that are important to you—in any app”.

78

A remote-work solution for business partners and freelancers, letting them work from anywhere. It’s a sort of “Uber for freelancers”, and is based on the idea that most clients don’t want to hire someone for a long-term gig, but instead need someone to tackle a project for a few days or a week at a time.

78

A startup that lets you send money to your friends at scale, through a simple mobile interface. The startup wants to use data from users to build a better product, and it’s currently only available for iOS.

78

A startup that lets you order from Domino’s or Pizza Hut with just a voice command.

78

An artificial intelligence-powered system that lets businesses see how their employees are performing. The underlying AI platform is able to understand the inner-workings of a company. The company recently closed a $4 million Series A funding.

78

A platform that lets users post their car in a parking lot and it will come back to them when they need it.

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A different kind of charging station for electric vehicles, focusing on the home. Rather than wirelessly charging vehicles, the startup's stations are stationary and have a separate charging port for plugging in phones and tablets.

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An idea that would let anyone be a coder or designer for local versions of the web. Google is interested.

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A kitchen system called the “KitchenPod” that’s meant to let you cook, then take the result home for later. The kitchen has a base unit, and a separate pod that connects to a smartphone. The fridge is connected to the base unit via Bluetooth, so it can track things like what you’re eating and how much of it you’re eating. When the pod is connected to the base unit, it can track the fridge’s temperature, as well as how much food it’s holding.

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A Chinese-focused ecommerce platform that was built on the idea that China's economy is less of a free market and more of a controlled economic system. The company is working on a solution to let individuals buy goods without a bank account and without a traditional credit card.

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A startup that is building a search engine for businesses, intended to let them find the right vendors and suppliers.

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An “online studio” that lets users produce and edit videos.

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A startup whose product is a service that "lets users create an avatar for their email addresses It then uses that avatar to send email" The startup launched in October 2018 and received a seed round of $17M in February 2019

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A platform for managing and tracking social media conversations. The company’s first product is a chatbot that lets people manage their social media conversations.

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A startup that is building a new kind of e-reader that uses a 3-D lens to let users see books as if they were 3-D movies.

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With the help of a $500,000 grant from the New York City Economic Development Corporation the company is building an app that lets companies share the same schedule in one place, regardless of whether they’re centralized or distributed.

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A startup that lets shoppers bid on items to help them save money, and that charges a small fee for the service. The startup is mobile-first and only takes a small cut of profits.

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A startup that lets users upload, preview and purchase a pre-made selection of stock photos from thousands of professional photographers and stock photo agencies. Users can save money by purchasing images from photographers at lower than standard rates, and then have them professionally curated by the company.

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A mobile app for finding parking and other services near your destination, with a built-in contact list to save you time. It’s inspired by Uber’s surge pricing and lets you set your own price and availability as well.

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A software platform that lets people transfer money between their bank accounts, and their credit cards.

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A startup that lets you pay someone to help you out with a task. The startup claims to have more than 2,000 clients, with $4.7 million in paid labor.

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The app lets users choose what they want to see, and filters out content they don’t want to see.

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A platform that lets you manage your video and social media presence from one place, allowing you to have a single profile across a variety of social networks.

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A company that sells “custom referral software”, which lets a company buy a set of referrals from their existing customers.

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A startup that wants to take the “let’s build a website” process for a website and make it more like an app.

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This company builds apps for the Lockbox app, a lockbox service that lets people store valuables in a secure location.

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In the past year, the startup has grown to have over 500 media outlets and over 1,000 reporters and editors, covering everything from sports to politics, and local to international. They’re aiming to grow that to 10,000 members and double the number of journalists that cover the news.

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A platform that lets users find and buy used cars, and works as a place for sellers to post used cars for sale.

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This startup is building an online marketplace for buy-to-let investors.

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The startup is building digital signage for companies to let their employees know when tasks need to be completed, and will also allow them to use it to let customers know when they have stock available.

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A platform that lets restaurant customers rate their experience and recommend nearby businesses. The startup, which has raised $400,000 from investors in three rounds, says they currently cover the Bay Area and Los Angeles.

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A new kind of “smart wallet” that aims to make it easier for people to use crypto. Their goal is to build a better, more secure, and more convenient wallet.

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A startup that lets users put their house on the market, sell their house, and rent it out.

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A platform for making virtual reality content. The startup is looking to build a “virtual reality video studio” that lets creators stream their VR content.

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A startup that lets you split your take home pay between your employer and your spouse.

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A startup that’s building a mobile app that lets you rent out your spare room on Airbnb.

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A digital marketplace for pre-made email newsletters. They say they’re building the email equivalent of Amazon’s marketplace.

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A product that helps e-commerce companies send out quick press releases to media outlets.

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This is a startup that lets you raise and manage funds for your startup, as well as make personal loans at 0% interest

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In this article, Rob writes about the startup’s plan to make a video service that lets

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A company that lets people easily sell and buy gift cards from their phones.

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A simple app that lets you order a car from a ride-sharing company without ever leaving the app.

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The company’s wallet app includes a rewards program that allows users to earn points that translate into gift cards and other discounts.

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Idea: This startup is building a new productivity tool that lets users scroll down a page to view content, rather than clicking from one page to another The startup currently has a prototype and has already been featured in TechCrunch

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Smartphones, tablets, and laptops have all become computers. This startup wants to make the home a computer. The company is based in San Francisco. The company’s name comes from the idea that a home computer is the center of the home.

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A social app that lets you go on dates with people who are single and looking for dates, or have a date picked out for you.

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A new way to interact with your friends on Facebook. It’s a messaging app that lets you play games and compete against your friends.

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The app helps put together a picture of your life, from your health to your home, and lets you share it with family and friends.

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In this article, Rob writes about the startup’s plan to make a video service that lets you edit and share video from an iPhone through a web browser. A few months later, the startup pivots to focus on video editing and distribution.

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The idea of this startup is to fill the void that the daily news leaves out. By aggregating and creating content from the hundreds of sources they partner with, they aim to provide a complete picture of the news events happening around the world.

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A “micro-investment platform” that lets employees invest in each other’s startups.

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A new way to book travel. Instead of booking a flight, the travel planning app lets users plan their trip route and pick the times they want to travel.

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A startup that lets you send photos and videos from your phone to a rotating cast of actors for posterity.

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This startup is building a network for the more than 60 million people who don’t have bank accounts — but are still expected to receive a loan, rent payments, or pay utility bills. As a result, they often don’t have access to the basic financial services they need. Envelope lets them become a platform for next-day payment, and offers payment-by-phone for small transactions.

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A payments company that lets users of services like Stripe and PayPal process recurring payments like car insurance or mortgage payments in a few clicks. It has raised $2.9 million from investors including Y Combinator and is currently in private beta.

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A startup that lets users rent out their spare bedrooms to guests

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A startup that lets people opt in to offer their digital photos to filmmakers in exchange for money.

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"Authentic" is the name of an app that provides a secure, private and audited chat platform for businesses. The app allows users to create a private chat room for a group of up to ten people, with a group administrator who can add new members, delete or block members and monitor chat content. The company was founded by former Googler and Google Ventures partner Misha Chellam.

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A startup that lets you track your food and exercise in a single place.

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Caringo is a startup that is building a new category of Internet of Things (IoT) device – a SaaS platform that lets you create a device of your own with a few simple clicks, and then deploy it into the world as a service.

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 A messaging app for API providers that lets developers create a messaging interface for their apps without having to write a full chat bot.

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A startup that lets you buy, organize, and sell artwork from artists around the world, with the option of searching for art by artist or subject. ArtGen is based in New York City.

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A platform for creating and publishing video content with multiple channels. The startup, which was founded in August, is building on the video-sharing platform LIV. It lets users create and publish video content via a combination of Instagram and Facebook.

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An email app that lets you set up alerts for specific topics, and lets you get email updates from a growing number of organizations including the White House.

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 A private-label membership-based platform that lets users pay to upgrade their access to health-related content.

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An ad tech company that’s building a new technology that they say has the potential to significantly change the way digital advertising is purchased and sold. The company’s technology has the potential to revolutionize the digital advertising market by giving advertisers complete control of their ad campaigns, directly from their desktop and mobile devices.

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This company is building an app called “MyBeds” for homeowners to create a “bespoke bedroom” for their home. The app lets you create a “dream room” from a set of customizable, curated items.

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A startup that is building a platform for chatbots that lets people build chatbots using any programming language

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A digital “wallet” for rideshare drivers (that’s UberX, Lyft, etc.) to pay expenses like deductibles, gas and maintenance. The digital wallet eventually will allow drivers to take rides anywhere and pay their expenses without having to have cash on hand.

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Skim is a service that lets people save articles to read later, while still seeing the whole article.

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 A company that brings in-person networking to the Internet, letting job seekers and recruiters connect in real life.

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A startup that wants to help you manage your finances with one more simple app. The startup’s app provides an all-in-one dashboard of your money that lets you see a breakdown of your spending, sort your expenses by category, and see when you’re getting close to hitting your budget.

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A software tool that lets companies own and manage the cloud infrastructure they buy, instead of relying on vendors.

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A startup that lets you buy food delivery from your favorite cafes and restaurants from your phone.

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A company that lets the corporate legal department take direct control of hiring, firing, and training new employees.

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“Ask.fm for the Enterprise” is a chat app for enterprises that lets employees be more productive, and more importantly, more social. The company has raised $150,000 in seed funding and aims to launch in April.

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This startup is building a personal finance app that lets users save money by exchanging their data for rewards, and then seeing the points they earn in real-time through an app for their mobile device.

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A platform for enterprise app development. It lets app developers build apps on demand, with tools like user management, a marketing dashboard, a payment system, and more.

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A company that makes digital wallets for vending machines, allowing users to pay with credit cards and cash.

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This app for restaurant managers lets them manage their restaurant’s food costs. The app is designed for restaurants with a large number of employees and several kitchens, and helps them track costs and improve efficiency.

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A startup that lets you compete in a virtual world against other players to become the best trader

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This app, pitched as a “social marketing platform”, lets people create and organize their own Facebook pages.

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TeleServ is building a service that helps people track and improve the speed of their insurance claim. The company offers a set of tools that let people track claims, check claims status, and communicate with service reps.

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This is a startup that’s building a ‘smart’ lock that will let you control your home’s lighting remotely.

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A platform to help small businesses grow by offering them a complete marketing suite in a single product.

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A platform for photography that lets users sell photos against their copyright. The startup’s co-founder, Jake Sion, says it started as an homage to the Instagram addiction many have to sharing their photos.

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 A “frictionless” payments app that lets businesses turn debit card payments into direct deposits, enabling customers to pay without even having a card in their hands.

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A company that provides financial planners with a tool that lets them manage a client’s retirement accounts from their phone.

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A digital wallet for micro-businesses that allows them to accept payments online and get payment cards in the mail. It provides a merchant account and payment card.

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We want to let people organize their photos and videos as easily as they organize their text messages. We’re building a photo management app that’s simple and easy to use, and we’ll be selling our own photo storage product through the app.

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A platform that lets you build an ad-hoc group of people who can buy and sell things in real-time.

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A startup that lets users find and rent an apartment or house, then pay rent and utilities through a single platform using cryptocurrency.

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The company helps athletes and teams figure out what to do next after winning a major sporting event.

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A tool for curating photos, with a feature that lets you make collages.

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A company that helps athletes train smarter and reach their performance goals faster.

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A startup that lets users order flowers on the go, then have them delivered from a local florist, all made possible via a phone number the user can text. The app is currently free, but a paid version is in the works.

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A way to let people invest in the art they love

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Want a pager You’re out of luck, you have to go to the office to get one — but your colleagues have them. Proximity is a startup that lets you order a handheld pager for $15 a month that’s delivered to your home.

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This startup is building a platform that helps users buy, sell, and send bitcoin, and a mobile app that lets you pick up bitcoin at ATMs.

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A startup that lets you send and receive payments with your bank account, but also with your phone.

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A market research app that helps companies understand the wants and needs of their consumers better. It’s paid for by a company like SurveyGizmo or SurveyMonkey that charges a small fee every time a survey is completed.

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A digital tool for borrowing money from friends and family for small business purchases. The current model is still simple: the startup is working to launch an app that lets you borrow money in seconds from your friends and family. The company has raised a seed round, and is launching today

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A platform that lets you upload your own smart contracts onto the Ethereum blockchain.

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The software lets employers manage the careers of anonymous employees. The startup is using the data to help companies recruit talent from candidates who have the best qualifications.

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A tool that lets people “tag” posts so that they can find them later. “Tag” then sends people links to the posts they’ve tagged. Tag is currently focused on the UK but has plans to expand to the US.

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A dead simple, easy to use app that lets users track and manage their expenses. It helps users keep track of spending and stay within their allowances.

69

Given that it was the first company to launch in the YC Demo Day, the list below is the most complete list of all of the startups that have been accepted into YC.

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A medical service that connects doctors with patients online, and lets patients communicate with the doctors without the need for an in-person visit.

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A ride-hailing app that combines peer-to-peer carpooling with the convenience of Uber. The startup wants to build a system that lets people get around for less money while reducing traffic and pollution.

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A tool that lets you specify what you want your account to look like, and it will provide you with a variety of templates to choose from.

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A startup that is building an app that lets you upload an image to search for similar-looking content, so you can find more like-looking photos.

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A startup that’s building a system that lets users find out more about the background of the influencers they follow on social media.

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A tool that lets you explore the world of retirement savings without having to read financial statements or do any complex math. As a nudge to get you started, it’s free.

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A tool for creating quick and easy surveys on your phone. The startup is designed for survey creators, but anyone can use it. It offers a mobile-first platform that lets users create surveys and send them immediately to users, and then open the survey link in another app on their phone.

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A startup that wants to let you check your bank account online without leaving your computer — and even pay bills — without going to the bank. It’s a bit like Google Wallet, but with banks.

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A tool that lets you create and manage your own personal e-commerce store. The startup aims to help you create a storefront, or online shop, on Shopify or WooCommerce that will be managed entirely by you.

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A mobile application that lets you trade money via peer-to-peer, similar to Venmo and other P2P apps. The startup is currently in development, with plans to launch in Q1 2019.

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A platform that lets companies and organizations create and manage a portfolio of video shows. The platform makes it easy for anyone to create a show and for it to be consumed, including viewers on mobile devices. The company is in seed funding, and planning to launch in Q4 2019

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A home services marketplace that helps users coordinate with contractors and service providers to make repairs and renovations. The startup also offers a concierge service that lets users put the app on a desk, and it works with home services companies to help them grow.

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A system that lets companies quickly and easily build their own hardware products, with a goal of making it easier for companies to build hardware at scale.

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A platform that lets businesses share their data with their customers, enabling customers to do things like recommending items to each other or sharing pictures like Instagram.

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D.C.-based startup that lets brewers create and track of their beers.

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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.

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 A software platform that lets companies organize their sales and marketing activities by geography, using a gamified system that helps account managers keep track of all their customers.

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A B2C online platform that helps people look up the prices of products and services without having to use a phone or computer. It uses the Apple Wallet API to pull up prices from thousands of retailers and automatically applies a coupon.

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A messaging app that lets you chat with your friends using GIFs and stickers. Like Kik, the app uses a chatbot to accept your messages and then creates your messages out of existing ones in your phone.

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Using a service that matches athletes to coaches, the company helps athletes compete more effectively.

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A company that wants to let people donate some of their income to charity through a digital wallet, and giving themselves a tax deduction to boot.

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“We’re building a smartphone for your toilet.” The startup’s products are a toilet that has sensors and a smartphone app that lets you manage it remotely.

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A digital wallet for the workplace, with a rewards program that allows companies to pay their staff with their own money.

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A startup that lets you share blog posts, products, and events with your social network through SMS. It’s free, and as you write you get paid in cash, in dollars or in bitcoin.

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A startup that allows people to find and hire a contractor to complete a small project.

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A “Facebook for Real Estate” that combines a platform for real estate agents and sellers to find buyers and sellers with a native advertising platform (similar to Rent.com) that lets companies manage their presence on the site.

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VR-based technology that lets people experience things like medical and scientific procedures in virtual reality.

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A company that lets you buy a plane ticket without leaving your computer. The company is based in Spain and is launching its iOS app in 2019.

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A startup that lets users select a theme for their home. It’s a web-based app that lets users customize their home’s look and layout via a user-controlled interface.

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A digital-first finance company with a trading platform that lets investors share portfolios across accounts and invest using multiple currencies. The startup wants to compete with traditional brokerages by using a similar toolset.

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A tool that provides an interface to connect to third-party data sources, like credit cards, loyalty programs, and other apps, to produce a complete customer profile.

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A startup that lets people take care of their bikes, which are serviced and fixed by their manufacturers.

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A company that wants to help businesses save money and time by letting customers pay for their services in cryptocurrency.

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A cryptocurrency wallet. The startup’s goal, as with other wallets it offers, is to make it as easy as possible for people to buy and sell cryptocurrency, and to help them use it securely.

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This startup is building an Android app that lets you record and edit your own voiceovers for podcasts.

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A “social network for club members” that lets you save the best events in a club’s calendar for your friends to see.

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A startup meant to let sellers manage their online listings, the company is building an automated platform to help sellers manage their listings. The team raised $5 million in funding in 2014.

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A platform that uses artificial intelligence to let companies hire professional services firms to complete work. The company combines P&L data with its own data to help companies hire the right professionals. It only launched in August and is looking to grow its client base.

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A tool that lets restaurants and venues book and manage live performances.

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A startup that lets you sync your Microsoft Outlook calendar to your iPhone.

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A startup that builds a software platform that lets users track public transit and payment transactions from their computer.

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This startup is building a way to automatically build and promote e-newsletters to customers based on their interests.

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A startup that helps people find and book flights around the world. "We're not trying to be a travel booking site but more a package." The platform lets users see prices and deals from a variety of airlines, which is useful for travelers.

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A startup that helps small businesses and startups interact with their customers. The app lets people create and manage a live broadcast from their phone.

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A micro-invention technology startup that lets anyone print 3D objects using simple DIY kits.

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Unigene is a platform that lets patients upload and share notes with their doctors to help them better treat them.

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The startup does everything from selling pallet racks to making sure your Facebook is not blocked.

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A tool that can be used to create “mini apps” that can be used to run tiny tasks on a business’s phone, like taking a picture with a tablet, or looking up a restaurant’s location.

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A startup that makes a physical device that allows you to connect to any wireless network by plugging it into an electrical outlet

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A cloud-based system that lets players build and play with virtual objects.

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A startup that helps users find and pay for public transportation in the UK, and lets them know when their bus or train is on schedule, and lets them track where they are on their route.

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A platform that connects employers and job seekers, letting both sides build a profile of the other, and then matching candidates with the right employer.

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A platform that lets you see the “live” traffic on a website, so you can see how long a user is on your site before buying and/or cancelling a subscription.

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Jeeves is a service that lets people reserve rooms on Airbnb, post photos, and chat with hosts. It’s currently running in San Francisco and Los Angeles and has plans to expand to New York City, Chicago, and Washington, DC.

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a mobile payments system for India. The startup is pitching itself as a cheaper alternative to the likes of Google Wallet and Paytm.

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The company offers an online tool that lets users manage and track lessons for teaching English as a second language.

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A company that helps athletes and other team members make sense of their training data. The startup was founded in November and is currently available in San Francisco, New York City, and Boston.

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A product that helps small businesses create newsletters and marketing campaigns on their own and then find customers and investors. The company wants to allow businesses to reach customers and investors with email marketing, social media, and other digital media without having to hire a consultant or send out a large budget.

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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.

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A startup that lets you manage your data access and retention to make sure that you can still access your data when companies go out of business.

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A startup that wants to help people donate to charity by letting them gift their travel miles to charity.

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A browser extension that lets you easily find free Wi-Fi, or a coupon for free Wi-Fi at an airport or hotel, and a reputation system to make sure you can always find good free Wi-Fi.

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 A startup called eCredentials is building a connected ring that stores and connects to your medical records, and lets you keep track of changes and see a history of everything you’ve ever had done.

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A platform for small business owners to sell their products online. It has a marketplace and a back-end software that lets small business owners create and sell their products online.

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The startup's "mission is to make it easy for people to create and share their bitcoin and crypto wallets with their friends and family."

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A startup that lets people get free haircuts and other services from barber shops in need of clients.

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A way to make paying taxes easier, with a tool that lets you pay your taxes in a way that’s more efficient than the IRS’ online tools. The startup also wants to make the tax process more predictable and transparent by providing a taxpayer’s tax form for every state, and giving an estimate of what the liability is.

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A platform that allows landlords to manage their rental units, connecting them to homebuyers and letting agents. The pitch is that it gives landlords a new way to run their business, helping them collect rent and keep track of their properties. It’s available in the UK and Australia at the moment, although they’re looking to expand internationally.

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A digital service that let’s you connect your job in the digital world to your real world job. The startup helps HR departments better manage the digital talent they’re hiring, and helps companies that are hiring use the digital world to recruit better. The startup has raised $110,000.

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A platform that lets you grow your own marijuana, and then consume it at your leisure.

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A startup that builds a new kind of chair, with the goal of being the first chair in the world to help with back pain and to be completely customizable.

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A fintech startup in the Philadelphia area that has a platform that lets users compare loans to see the best deal

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A messaging service for companies to send and receive messages without requiring employees to have smartphones. The company is working on a product that will work with existing hardware, like a tablet.

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A startup that helps students with their college funding by letting them save for it in a way that’s much easier than applying for a loan.

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a technology service to make people’s lives easier by letting them manage their health records from a single source. The startup has a partnership with WellPoint to bring its service to hospitals and doctors.

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A company that makes it easier for developers to build apps for every device they can imagine: phone, tablet, tv, car, etc. The business is bootstrapped and has had a $1.3M in seed funding.

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Help large companies save money on marketing campaigns by letting them create their own micro-websites on the Shopify platform, with custom-designed pages and a store location.

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Zach wants to help people who don't want to use a traditional bank — they don't want to install an app, or they want to use a specific app for different financial needs. Zach is a mobile application that lets you do this, with a free service called Zach Wallet.

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A startup that lets companies send out personalized deals to customers via text message

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An API that lets customers pay any merchant in the world, directly through their website, with no credit-card processing fees.

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A single-page application framework that aims to let developers build highly-optimized mobile apps using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Modernizr is used by over 100,000 developers.

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A tool to help users plan their day and manage their tasks. The startup wants to be a productivity tool that lets users do all kinds of things: get work done, learn new things, organize and schedule tasks, and create time blocks.

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A company that lets you build a personal financial plan in the cloud by taking a quiz.

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A tool for creating virtual reality experiences that lets VR creators focus on the design rather than the implementation.

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A cryptocurrency wallet with a brand-new design.

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A computer vision startup that wants to use machine learning and image recognition to make product photos more complete. The startup says their technology can improve the accuracy of product photos 40% with claims to be able to identify colors, shapes and other features of products.

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This startup is building a vending machine for the financial sector. It’s an open source vending machine that lets banks and credit unions buy and sell financial products in bulk.

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A company that provides a service that lets customers pay for their groceries using a credit card without having to carry cash.

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A platform for on-demand valet parking. The startup provides in-car valet parking services for thousands of drivers in San Francisco.

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A karaoke app, with the company pitching a feature that lets users record a video of their karaoke performance and share it on social media.

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A startup that works with the insurance industry to help streamline claims procedures, saving companies from having to send thousands of paper denial letters every year.

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A program that helps businesses and nonprofits engage their volunteers through social media, newsletters, and email.

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A startup that lets companies build online stores with very little overhead.

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A company that lets you add coins to your app to earn extra money.

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A company which helps brands and event planners create love letters to their fans, based on their feedback or engagement.

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A startup builder that lets you create beautiful, interactive, mobile-friendly websites for your business, with no coding required

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The startup is building a platform that lets people set up their own digital currency and exchange it for any other with any other currency.

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A home improvement platform that lets users purchase materials and products and have them delivered to their home.

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An iOS app that lets you get a ride with a stranger to get to work, without you having to pay for the ride.

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A startup that lets people book rideshare services, place trips, and get suggestions from the app. It’s already working with over 5,000 drivers.

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A startup that lets people order a custom-designed paper or canvas print of their daily life.

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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.”

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A live broadcast company for athletes and sports teams. The founders say they want to focus on live streams because of the way they’ve grown in the past few years. Their product is currently a free service, but the founders say they plan to add a paid service to compete with Facebook’s suite of sports and entertainment streams.

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A “complete-home automation platform”, with a home security, lighting, and HVAC system in one box. The startup is one of the first companies to be accepted into the InnovateHER program, and has a partnership with Amazon Alexa.

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A tool for designers to get more out of their creative process, by letting them “mix, match, and remix” colors and patterns in their Photoshop library in order to create new looks.

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An online shopping portal that displays local deals in real time and lets users filter deals by category, price, time and distance or set up deal alerts.

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A company that wants to build a service that lets you call up an Uber-like app whenever you need a ride anywhere. The service would give you options for the type of car to be used and then would let you track the car’s progress.

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A fintech startup that provides a service that let’s users fund their bank accounts with cryptocurrencies. The startup has raised $18 million in seed funding to date.

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A company that powers the chat experience in messaging apps. It allows users to completely customize the appearance and behavior of their chats, especially with respect to things like changing background colors and fonts.

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A startup for booking and managing automotive services. The startup builds software that allows customers to book services like oil changes, tune ups, and repairs, and also lets mechanics and mechanics’ shops set up recurring bookings.

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A venture-backed startup that serves as a marketing platform for credit card and bank data that lets companies run campaigns. It’s also a marketplace for data, where companies can buy and sell their own data sets.

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A startup that makes it easier for people to get loans from a bank by letting them use their savings accounts to finance their loan.

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A new service that lets companies run their own credit card processing, giving them the ability to take cash out of the ATM and sending it directly to a bank account.

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A startup that rewards employees for being more productive. Employees can earn points by completing tasks like answering customer service calls or helping with marketing, which they can then redeem for rewards or cash.

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A health-tracking bracelet that lets users monitor their sleep quality and how good they are at managing it

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Image-based gaming that’s “a big, open world role playing game experience” that lets you explore and interact with other players.

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A startup that lets people set up personalized meetings with the people they want to meet.

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A startup building a platform to let people find jobs in their own community. It works a lot like other platforms like Upwork, but the company says it’s targeting the jobs market, and does not require fees to post a job.

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A startup that’s building a system of sensors that’ll let it deliver the right amount of water for plants.

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A companion app for the cloud-based version of the New York Times that lets you save articles to read later, annotate them, and share them with your friends.

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Tired of paying hefty overdraft fees, this startup wants to make banks obsolete and hand them over to their customers, who can then pay bills and get cash advances directly from their bank accounts.

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This app lets you buy and sell items in your neighborhood.

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An enterprise resource planning solution for small businesses that lets them share key financial data with a single dashboard, rather than using different apps on different devices.

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A platform that lets you manage your Facebook and Twitter accounts from a single app.

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A tool that lets software developers build mobile apps without writing code. You’ll create your app design and then the software does the rest.

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A company that aims to help people find the best local plumbers for their needs. It’s a service that lets people in the US and Canada search for local plumbers on a list of vetted pros.

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A digital library for insurance claims denials that allows users to search by claims date, policy number, and treatment. The app also provides a log of all denials by date and saves a copy of the denial letter for each policy.

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A startup for book lovers that lets you see what books are available to buy in your area and set a reminder to buy it when it’s cheaper.

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A platform that lets employers manage their employees’ health benefits. Their goal is to help employers avoid the pitfalls of health insurance by giving them access to a single platform.

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A startup that lets content creators make money from journalism.

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A multi-services platform that provides a complete end-to-end solution for small businesses. The company says that they’ve had $10m in bookings and a $1m ARR.

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A new kind of search engine that uses AI to give answers to questions. It also works with an app on your phone to let you get answers without having to search for them.

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A company that makes a device that lets you “reverse engineer” your phone to see what’s on the other side.

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A startup that lets guests book rooms and restaurants directly on Airbnb, without having to go through the service’s own reservations system.

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A platform that lets you create a personal blog or journal, write posts, and publish them on your own website, and share them with friends and family.

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A platform that will let you export your LinkedIn contacts to Slack.

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A subscription box service that lets you pick and choose which items you want in your box.

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This is a service that lets you order groceries through the phone and text. The startup is working with a chain of grocery stores and hopes to expand to other cities.

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A startup that helps people find like-minded people in their area to join them on a shared journey. The site lets you book a ride with others nearby, and lets them know when it’s ready to pick them up.

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A free app that lets users create “Mystery Boxes” for their friends. The app helps you send your friends a message that includes a link to a product or experience you’ve never tried before. The recipient then has the option to try it out for free without having to buy it.

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A company that lets people create their own online social network, complete with games and community features.

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A tool for managing a company’s fleet of self-driving cars. The startup is building a system for letting a driver take control of a car during a traffic jam, or for when a driver wants to take a longer break.

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A secure messaging app that lets individuals and businesses send secure one-time messages

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A company that lets you use the internet to buy and sell everything from iced coffee to air mattresses to motorcycles.

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A startup that uses artificial intelligence to automate the process of generating a complete financial proposal for a business.

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A complete solution for data management. The idea is to let customers control where their data goes, then track and store it to eliminate errors and improve accuracy.

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A video game that lets players control a character with special abilities (think superhero powers) to dodge obstacles, solve puzzles, and defeat enemies. Players can share their progress with other players online.

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A startup that lets you get the best price on a flight and allows you to book it on your phone. The startup says they have completed over 750,000 flights.

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A company that lets people stream movies from their smartphones using the company’s app.

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A tool for investors that lets them see how equity is being allocated across a portfolio to determine which companies are “winning” the deals.

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A product for athletes that helps them train smarter and more effectively, using breathing exercises, temperature monitoring, and other data.

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This startup is building a “digital studio” that lets people build sites for “any kind of product or service”.

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A utility that allows you to control your home appliances remotely and with an app. The company wants to use the same tech to let you control your car like you do your computer, so you can remotely lock and unlock your car (like BMW’s ConnectedDrive feature) or even get notifications when it’s being driven.

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A home rental platform. The startup wants to let people rent out their homes. It’s a very young company, so it’s not clear how they’ll get the number of renters needed to make a dent in the real estate market.

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An API and a mobile app for Paypal. The startup aims to let Paypal users create personal online banking accounts and hold them in one place.

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A “Call of Duty-style” shooter game that lets players earn real money playing the game.

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A platform that lets you select a task, and then automatically bids on it.

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A startup that lets you do your holiday shopping automatically.

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This startup is building a tool that lets companies charge their employees for taking time off or for using the company’s own time. The service is meant to make work more flexible while also giving companies a way to track time.

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Drawing on the insights from the most-read articles on Medium, this startup is building a toolset that lets writers and other creatives see who’s reading their work and how.

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A startup that lets users create professional-looking investment reports in a few minutes, then sell them to their peers.

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Nextbit wants to deliver Android in a way that lets you take your phone with you everywhere. It cuts down on background apps and syncs only the apps that you want to use with your phone. Available on Android and iOS.

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A startup that’s developing a software platform that lets retailers design and sell customized products, like clothes and accessories, and then sell them via social media marketing.

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A business that lets people take their unused gym equipment home.

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A platform that lets you rent a bike for an hour or 24/48 hours.

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Smartphone accessory that lets you put on another phone’s screen to give it the appearance of a bigger one.

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A company that helps restaurants, bars and coffee shops optimize their ordering process. The startup’s platform lets customers search for locations, get delivery options from there, and track orders.

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Health 2.0 is a digital health data platform that lets users upload and share raw health data from wearable devices like Fitbits, and add insights and comments.

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A mobile app that lets people track their health and wellness, with the goal of keeping people engaged with health care.

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A company that connects stores’ cashiers with our grocery delivery apps. Express Grocer lets customers order groceries from a local store and have them delivered to their door step.

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The BLS blog provides a daily newsletter, typically written by an economist, that summarizes recent changes in labor market conditions locally and nationally, and features summaries of research findings.

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A “SingTel Moments” app that lets groups of people share photos, videos and text and then customize the product with different filters.

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