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Mighty - Self Defense Fitness
Mighty is a self-defense fitness app for women, available on iPhone.
vanilla bean is a vegan and eco-conscious restaurant guide. It has been voted as one of the best 70 smartphone apps overall.
Groodge is an iOS multiplayer game. You have to guess the pictures as fast as possible.
TechSpaghetti was founded in 2014 to bring elementary school teacher Leah Hinton's Spaghetti Sense learning method to children worldwide.
International distributor of Xiaomi Technology, offering the best mobile phones and other innovative devices.
RedOrb Games is a start-up based in Hamburg, Germany with a strong passion for high-quality games on mobile devices. Started in early 2014 by friends and fellow students, it has been RedOrb Game's philosophy to create challenging and charming games.
App development for wearable devices, e.g. Moto 360
Funchip is a young and aspiring software-company, located in Berlin.
Johanna Rosenfeld Illustrations
I illustrate and develop apps for children and also review other apps
Lolo & friends - 1 followers
Lolo & friends - a small, independant self-publishing company - is producing and publishing Apps and eBooks for children.
Special focus is on age-based, educational, multi-lingual content.
MDiagnosis - 1 followers
Founded by practicing physicians in Hagen, Germany, MDiagnosis invents medical software that benefits healthcare professionals in everyday tasks. Its mission is to evolve the way medical practitioners provide services to their patients.
barcoo by checkitmobile GmbH
Berlin-based startup offers with its mobile phone application barcoo transparency to consumers during shopping: After scanning a barcode users get test ratings, local price comparisons, recommendations and ecological information on the scanned product.
BabyPhone Deluxe is the best baby monitor application for parents away that runs on different mobile phones. BabyPhone Deluxe is now available for the iPhone & iPhone 3G and end of June for the Google Android-powered T-Mobile G1.