Lending a hand to those suffering from swipe fatigue is Australian dating service Matchsmith. Founded by Holly Bartter, Matchsmith provides clients with assistance in “navigating their online dating life”.
Beyond helping users see where their money is going, Frollo also looks to help users achieve their savings or other money goals and learn better money habits.
“We designed Mindset because we hate the idea that people everywhere, ourselves included, have a distinct gap between how we are, and how we wish we were.”
Cogniss has created an app-building platform focused on educational and behavioural solutions, allowing developers to tap into the platform’s in-built game and app design and research to easily build.
Through Nesters, sellers take care of things like arranging viewings and answering buyer questions through the app, while agents chase leads and negotiate prices.
Sydney’s Clinks is an “icebreaker” app that looks to eliminate time wasters by easily allowing its pool of more socially inclined users to set up a meeting.
Melbourne startup Openpay has dipped into other verticals and expanded the payment solution into the automotive, homeware and healthcare sectors.
BRiN is an app that leverages curated educational video content, artificial intelligence and user data to take business coaching to a new dimension.
Out & About Baby aims to help new parents find their closest, cleanest, and most comfortable parent facilities, to help make venturing out easy.
Created by Smart Sports Solutions in collaboration with the University of Sydney, Doglogbook is an app helping dog owners gather and review data about the health of their dog, its management, and its likes and dislikes.
Swibo is a Wellington-based startup that provides physiotherapists with a balance training app to gamify the recovery and rehabilitation process of their patients. Swibo gamifies physiotherapy by transforming a user’s smartphone into a balance board.
Europe-founded, New Zealand-trialled app Ada offers a virtual assessment of health symptoms in real time
To decrease the cost of hospital expenditure and relieve the time spent between patient and doctor is new healthtech app, Ada. The app is a diagnosis smartphone service that was built in Berlin and London with the input of more than 100 medical doctors and years of clinical research.
To improve the quality of life for seniors and their connections to family and friends is a new Melbourne healthtech startup Lumen. The startup is a communications system comprising of smart monitoring devices that provides a way for families to communicate, remotely monitor and provide immediate help if needed.
Photography platform Snappr has emerged out of beta stage with $500,000 in an oversubscribed round from a range of private investors. The startup will now be focusing on growing the platform in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Seven digital innovators have been awarded a combined $300,000 at the Optus Future Makers pitch event. A range of startups focusing on issues from youth education to healthcare were crowned this year’s Future Makers.