App Of The Week: KitCut, The Crazy Child Of WhatsApp And 9GAG
We've gotten used to texting our friends with well-known platforms like WhatsApp, but this new app is trying to spice messaging up in a crazy and unique way.
January 24, 2015
For Israeli App ‘SleepRate’, A Good Night’s Sleep Is A Matter Of Heart
In the US alone one out of every three people will experience an extended period of insomnia at some point in their lives.
November 26, 2014
Mobile Is About To Get Emotional With Beyond Verbal’s ‘Moodies’ App
This app records tone of voice to assess the speaker's emotional state and is set to change the way we interact with machines.
November 02, 2014
Kippur App ‘Taslich’ Allows You To Virtually Repent Your Sins
Even the Jewish High Holy Days with their soul-searching don’t escape the grasp of high tech with a new app for repenting the year's sins called eScapegoat.
September 29, 2014
Another Snapchat? Mobli Releases MIRAGE, A Social App That Allows You To Send 15-Second Photos
From the creators of mobli and popular messaging app Yo! comes the latest temporary messaging competitor - MIRAGE. Moshe Hogeg's latest venture will allow you to send "disappearing" photo, video, text and voice messages to all of your contacts.
July 28, 2014
HopOn: The App That Lets You Pay For Your Busride With Your Phone
HopOn Is a new Israeli app that allows you to pay for your bus fare from the comfort of your seat, making the public transportation experience a lot more simple, and much greener, indeed.
July 07, 2014
Israel’s Project RAY Creates Advanced Smartphone And Apps For The Blind
High-tech often works best when it's helping people with disabilities to enjoy the things other people take for granted. One example is Israeli Project RAY, whose smartphone for the blind now also has a bunch of specialized apps.
March 26, 2014
VascoDe Is Giving ‘Dumb-Phones’ Smart Capabilities
While it may look like everyone has a smartphone these days, there are still literally billions of "dumb-phones" out there, especially in developing countries. Israeli VascoDe is now tapping into that market with its unique solution.
June 23, 2013
Popular Palestinian-Israeli App Helps Young Arabic-Speaking Parents
With 380 million native speakers, Arabic is the sixth most common language in the world. Yet relatively, it is the language with the least content on the Internet today. Palestinian startup MobiStine has come out with one of the first interactive applications in Arabic for new parents.So far, the app has over one million downloads from Arabic-speaking countries worldwide.
May 08, 2013
Hoozin: Taking Group Messaging To the Next Level
Despite the abundance in messaging apps for smartphones, Israeli company Hoozin suggests that none of them offers an experience of group-conversation that is similar to the real thing. The company, who has recently raised $750k, claims that their app gives an experience that's much closer to the way groups of people interact in real life.
October 02, 2012
Can New App ‘Parko’ Forever Solve Urban Jungle Parking Nightmare?
A year of your life. If you live in a busy city like Tel Aviv, that's how much time you will spend looking for parking. However, new Israeli app Parko aims to change that, with a smart system that integrates smartphone sensors and learning algorithms to tell you when parking spots become available.
September 25, 2012
MyPermissions: One Click To ‘Nuke’ All Your Privacy-Infringing Apps
MyPermissions developed an automatic personal cloud protection service. It automatically scans the online services you are connected to, alerts you in real time when apps gain permissions to access your personal information, and recommends the best course of action to protect your data.
September 03, 2012
Israeli App Testing Company Turns From Google And Microsoft To Startups
A new service provides international testers to check apps and prepare a full report of bugs identified in 48 hours. The service is mainly targeted at early stage start-ups that develop apps for smartphones.
April 09, 2011