Based in Santa Monica, California and founded by Sam Friedman and Alex Israel, ParkMe, a leading provider of parking information to navigation companies and smartphones to simplify parking using dynamic and real-time parking data has partnered with Los Angeles and Santa Monica cities to help motorists find available parking quickly.
Hitting the AppStore today is Kincast, an exciting new app that allows you to share your pictures and videos solely with the people you want to see them. Kincast is another app that was created out of a gap in the market. Sure, Facebook, Instagram and other Social Networks provide the ability to upload and share your content, but none make it as seamless and easy as Kincast.
Netflix Inc and The Walt Disney Company have joined hands to give US film lovers high quality animated and live action films.
According to Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer at Netflix, “Disney and Netflix have shared a long and mutually beneficial relationship and this deal will bring to our subscribers, in the first pay TV window, some of the highest-quality, most imaginative family films being made today.”
Pinterest has launched secret boards for use this holidays.
According to Pinterest Software Engineer Evrhet Milam, “The holidays are a time for being with family, sharing great meals, and, of course, surprising your favorite people with a special gift. That’s why we thought the holidays were a perfect time to test one of our most frequently-requested features: secret boards!
Co-founders Myke Armstrong and Jacob Fatoorechi have today launched Tapshare,an app to allow one share their photos instantly and earn equity as well.
According to the founders people around the world will this Halloween knock on strangers’ doors filling pillowcases with candy but the founders want to do something amazing in the same spirit of giving on this spooky holiday, on their launch today October 30
Launched today Tradesy, a new website and mobile app hopes to unlock the hidden value of clothing resale. Tradesy is a peer-to-peer marketplace where women buy and sell new and gently used apparel and accessories. Tradesy’s mission is help women get more of the fashion that makes them look and feel great, while spending less.
A TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 Finalist, Gyft said it was giving away $250k in free gift cards on its launch but that’s not what they are up to now.
Gyft, headquartered in San Francisco, California, is a digital gift card platform that simplifies managing our gift cards and Lingham promises that we are gonna ditch the plastic and use our mobile devices to store, send and redeem cards.