We’re holding a special event on December 9th. This is the second year in a row that we’ve collaborated with the Web innovators Group to feature early stage companies focused on mobile.
Monday December 9th
Royal Sonesta Hotel Cambridge
6:30pm doors open
If your early stage startup is interested in presenting a demo, contact us (or contact Webinno directly) with a brief overview and a link or Testflight to a live demo.
Thanks to all of the 600 attendees who came to the the MIT Museum Event. Below is a summary of the startups who exhibited (Thanks Janelle! – the full write-up is on her blog). Photos are on the Mobile Monday Boston Facebook Page.
Ask Beatrice – Ask Beatrice is a parking ‘widget’ located on a business’ website to help motorists find parking within walking distance to the particular business and help to avoid costly parking tickets.
Canary – Calendar app that lets you manage/edit/schedule all of your appointments and events from Google & Facebook calendars all in one convenient place.
CO Everywhere – Social Media App that lets you find out what’s happening in one particular area via social media outlets such as Twitter, Facebook & Instagram, conveniently organized on one app.
CoachUp – CoachUp is an app that lets you find personal coaches in your area to train and practice with on any particular sport.
Filosync – Software product that allows you to turn your Amazon Web Service account into your personal file-sync system.
good2gether – Company that uses smartphones to connect businesses that ‘do good’ to consumers who care about the causes that they both support.
HeyWire – App that provides free texting for businesses, combining SMS and Twitter, send and receive messages across smartphones, tablets and the web.
THE MEME – A mobile phone app that creates ‘Organic Parking’; a transaction system of exchanging information for swapping car parking spots throughout the city of Boston and surrounding areas for a fraction of the cost.
Mobee – An app that allows users to be mystery shoppers at participating venues and are rewarded the more they shop/dine.
HubEngage – Created by the folks from Mobinett, HubEngage is a social app that allows users to ‘check in’ participating venues and use their app in the same way a loyalty card to redeem offers and earn points for every visit.
NeuroCrunch – Although still in development, Big Hippo is the first app created by NeruoCrunch that will allow you to instantly recall and remember personal information of people you interact with by way of voice recognition technology.
PitchPrep – Mobile app that allows you to record, share, critique and perfect your sales pitch or message.
Playrific – Mobile company that creates apps for a younger audience, as well as, work with other business partners an alternative way to using a mobile platform to create and develop apps for kids.
PreApps – Website dedicated to getting the word out on new apps to users and the marketplace prior to release.
QuadWrangle – App that allows you to connect with other alumni, which lead to better connections and organization of reunions & donations.
Quantra – A subsidiary of Taiwan-based Quantra Computer, INC, the world’s leader in the production of laptop computers, Quntra Research based in Cambridge has developed an app that allow an easier use of the creation and sharing of location based services.
Roomzilla – Creative software that allows a company to easily book, confirm and organize meeting space fast and efficiently.
Salespod – An efficient web app that allows small and medium sized businesses manage field activities, coach and provide their team with relevant information on the spot, all while tracking their team’s activities in real time.
SessionM – Developed an innovative mobile loyalty and advertising platform that connects consumers with mobile content and advertising in fun and rewarding new ways.
Skimbox – A wicked smart app that organizes email for busy people on the go by creating one box for important email you need to view and another for all other email that can wait.
Snaptiva – An interactive personal style app that allows consumers to snap a picture of anything with a specific color, search thought millions of products and find products that match their item’s color, such as finding shoes to match a bag.
Sold. – Service app that took over the burden of selling by adding a few photos and a description, the pricing calculator determines the perfect price for the item. From there the app handles the selling, the shipping, and the payment in one convenient place.
SoundFest – A revolutionary app dubbed “RealClarity”, this app helps people who have difficulty understanding speech in noisy situations, clarifies voices and other sounds people want to hear, while filtering out distracting noise.
Spogo – The ultimate mobile sports app that allows sports fans to win rewards for making real-time predictions while watching their favorite teams play.
Tap n’ Tap – Software solutions and leading Android expertise that enables manufacturers, operators, and retailers to launch profitable mobile devices.
The Tap Lab – Creator of Tiny Tycoon, the first location-based tycoon game on the App Store that turns real life into an interactive game board consisting of everyday people and places to compete with and take over your favorite real world places.
Thyme Labs – in production software company that is focused on time management tools and personal data analytics.
Timebre – A cool new app available for Apple & Android, Timbre is a free location-based service app that allows you to find concert venues in your area to discover live music and concerts.
Tocobox Inc. – Startup Company that is developing “Mailki”, an easy to use email system for children ages 6-12 that is also monitored by parental controls.
Unbound Commerce – Developing a new concept for large retailers and brands, Unbound Commerce created a new touch screen technology that bridges the gap between retailer and consumer online and offline.
vFrame – Creating a patent pending product, ‘virtual reality frames’ connect to your smartphone and from there you can play video games in a 360° view.
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