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


A platform that aims to be the Uber of errand work. The idea is that an employee can tap into the service using a smartphone, and then an app will ping them for errands that will help them get stuff done.


Taps is a startup that helps you get the most out of your tap water. It monitors the water quality and even has a specialized filter that improves taste.


A second-screen app for creating, managing and distributing podcasts, taking on a market dominated by hosts. The company is also building an app for the live video market, aiming to be the first to tap into the VOD market on the cheap.


AsteriskIP, AsyncOS, Asterisk, Catapult, ChorusOS, Comedia, Comunicore, ComX


A platform that helps small business owners in India use their app to accept payments, and enables customers to pay with a couple of taps.


This startup is working on a platform that helps app developers understand how users click, swipe, click, and tap on their apps.


The startup is building a service that replaces the traditional sales funnel with a series of interactions that make the process more intuitive for customers. The company’s platform is meant to help small businesses “tap into the power of the digital,” with a product that helps businesses pitch, pitch, pitch, and finally close.


A startup that’s helping companies like Walmart, Staples, Target and other retailers create their own mobile checkout processes on their own sites. The startup charges $30,000 per month for its service.


 A startup meant to help small businesses keep track of their day-to-day expenses. The company hopes to help small companies keep track of their day-to-day expenses and tap into their savings potential.


A social networking app that aims to help people find an apartment in their neighborhood to rent with a few taps. It’s currently in private beta.


A startup that helps small business owners manage and grow their business across the internet by allowing them to create a virtual storefront, and tap into the expertise of other entrepreneurs.


Businesses in the mobile payments space have often struggled with security. Called SIV, it uses AI to make payments on a consumer’s behalf with a single tap.


It’s not uncommon for someone to wake up with a hangover, but it’s often a hassle to find something to drink that doesn’t taste gross. The startup wants to make sure there is always a drinkable alternative to the morning-after-party staple, water.


An OS that uses Windows-style metaphors and a desktop-style interface to make it work like OSX, but with Windows-style applications.


It turns any mobile phone into a live ID, and promises a “one-tap verification” that will be accepted by a growing number of retailers.


 A startup for hotels to receive guest reviews. It allows hotels to easily build a phone application that allows guests to submit feedback. It’s also a way for hotels to tap into a big, untapped market of millennials who like to review things on their phones.


A startup that wants to help banks scale payments using the cloud by letting them use APIs to let others tap into their systems.


This startup is working on a new type of door handle, called a “keg handle,” that turns any door handle into a beer tap.


A company that sells custom-made T-shirts for its customers, and has partnered with a number of companies like Coca-Cola, McDonald's, and Tapatalk to offer exclusive designs.


A platform that matches employers and talent, allowing recruiters to tap into a large pool of candidates via social networks.


Crowdtap lets you send and receive money through Facebook Messenger.


A health insurance app which allows users to submit their medical claims and payment information with a couple of taps on their phone. The startup is a bit of an interesting case study for the healthcare sector. They launched in March and have over 1,000 customers already. They're profitable for the first time.


 Tapping into a $30bn market, the startup wants to create “e-commerce for the developing world.”


This startup wants to make the process of renting a car easier for both renters and car rental companies. Their product, which they call “the first car sharing app”, allows users to book a car with just a few taps.


a legal service that helps people make legal documents on their cell phones. Their app allows users to make a legal document using their voice and can be completed with a single tap.


The first NFC app to let users order food directly on their phones, in advance, and pay using just a tap. It’s currently being used in Paris to order ahead at restaurants, hotels, and cafes.


A chatbot that taps into the Facebook Graph API to build a more human-like conversational interface. The startup can tap into the billions of data points the Graph API has on you to provide more personal insights to its customers.


A “tapping service” for restaurants that allows them to tap-in the orders that come in over their phone line. The startup is targeting restaurants and catering companies that don’t have a phone line.


Tapping into this market, a startup that lets users “check in” with their luggage so they can be reunited with it later.


The company wants to create a crowdsourced set of office supplies, including note paper, highlighters, a notepad, a pens, a pen holder, a pencil sharpener, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a red pen, a whiteboard marker, a dry erase marker, a mini eraser, a phone stand, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business


A startup that helps small business owners in the US get loans, doing so without all of the red tape.


A startup that allows people to request a ride with a driver, and then pay for it with a single tap of their phone.


The startup is building a product that helps people pay for their next drink with a tap on a table or a QR code. The startup’s founder, Rajan Rajan, was the founder of the popular brunch spot, The Blind Barber.


A platform that helps small businesses get paid faster and easier. The startup is using its platform to tap into the $2 trillion dollar mobile payments market.


A way to let people buy gifts for each other with their phones. The startup is building an app that allows you to scan barcodes of items on the internet, then share them with friends to purchase for them with a few taps.


A web app that allows you to pay a delivery person with a credit card or a mobile app that lets you tap a picture of a receipt and pay the driver directly.


This company wants to help employers manage the performance of their employees, and tap into the data they have to give them feedback.


An on-demand movie streaming service that aims to make using video on demand (VOD) more like using a VHS tape store. The startup wants to lay the groundwork for a business model that rewards users for sharing their own videos.


The startup’s a startup looking to disrupt the human resources market in big, old-school companies. With the help of AI and machine learning, the startup wants to make recruiting and hiring more efficient while helping companies tap into the power of data to better predict how well candidates will fit.


A startup that lets you instantly rent an apartment with a few taps.


An API that enables apps to tap into Facebook’s Newsfeed to give users a better idea of what their friends are reading


A company that offers a platform for booking flights with one-tap booking and automated notifications.


A startup that helps people find and order moving supplies (like boxes, tape, paper, labels, etc)


A startup that provides a service where people can purchase a box of basic food staples for the pantry for $25 that they can add to each month


Idea: A startup that creates a marketplace for intellectual property. The startup’s pitch is that there’s a whole market for IP like patents and algorithms that’s currently untapped.


Idea: A startup that helps companies deal with the paperwork around events. The company’s pitch is that there’s a lot of red tape to navigate for things like conferences, and they’re aiming to save companies time and money.


Idea: A startup that sells and ships cereal to customers. The startup wants to tap into an underserved niche of customers who want cereal that’s not available in stores.