By Sarah Perez
Printhug Will Print And Ship Photos To You Directly From Your Dropbox Folder
When developing another product, the team at Israeli startup Token Labs stumbled upon the need for a drag-and-drop printing service – so they developed Printhug. The company's service enables you to mark a Dropbox folder as the destination for photos to be automatically printed and shipped to you.
November 28, 2013
Israeli Startup Totlol Offers A Kid-Safe Alternative To YouTube
Videos jump so easily from one to the next on YouTube, that you could start watching a kid-friendly video and go to something completely inappropriate in a few seconds. That's why Israeli startup Totlol has created a kid-friendly alternative to YouTube.
November 20, 2013
‘Hop’ Will Give Email Conversations A Better Flow On Your Smartphone
It's easy to understand why people prefer texting apps to email apps on their smartphones. Texting was made for cellphones, while emails were simply adapted. Now Israeli startup Hop has created an app that will let you enjoy the benefits of email, while maintaining the feel of texting.
October 25, 2013
Yevvo App For iPhone Debuts A New Take On Live Micro Broadcasting
Many social networks are all about the "now." Twitter and Facebook can both give you an idea of what your friends are currently doing. Israeli startup Yevvo takes this notion a step further with live video broadcasting from your smartphone.
August 14, 2013
Appreciate Will Help You Find The Droid (App) You Were Looking For
Although Android devices today offer as much app-diversity as iOS devices do, it is still harder to find many lesser-known apps. Israeli startup Appreciate uses smart algorithms to make sure Android users can find the right app for them.
April 28, 2013
KIDO’Z’s Children-Friendly Browser Makes The Jump To Mobile
Israeli startup KIDO'Z, which gained popularity with its kid-friendly web browser, that blocks inappropriate content and offers kid-friendly content, has made the jump to mobile. The browser is now available for android users, who want to feel more comfortable handing their phone or tablet to their kids.
October 12, 2012
Moment.me: Gathering Your Social-Media Memories
We often post the same content on several social networks. Moment.me is an app that aggregates photos, videos, and tweets from different social networks, and then organizes them into multimedia albums it calls “moments.”
September 24, 2012
Ringya: A Snappy Solution For Organizing Your Contacts
A new iPhone app developed by Israeli entrepreneurs allows users to add contacts to their phone simply by snapping a picture of a list printed out on paper. The app converts piles of business cards into contacts on your phone, as well as hand-written contact lists.
September 22, 2012