The Austin TechBreakfast meetup was held last Thursday at Capital Factory. Attendees listened to demos from five startups over breakfast tacos, coffee and an early morning view of the city. Here are the five companies that demoed at May’s event.
Presented by Sheena Allen, PicSubject claims to connect the world, one photo at a time. The mobile application allows users to share photos by hashtags called “subjects.” The subjects are available for purchase and the service is targeted more towards brands and celebrities.
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Trade Wave turns demand into capital without actual capital. Currently used at some farmer’s markets, the system allows farmers to purchase produce in exchange for a service. Trade Wave users can “take control of their financial destiny” by making purchases with services when money is not available.
Boxer is a mobile inbox aiming to improve the mobile email experience. It’s the first open platform for email and includes features such as combined inboxes, gestures, integrated tools and even email “likes.
This mobile app is a mobile telehealth and behavior analysis platform specifically for the mental health community. Users can search for the best doctor to for their needs, schedule appointments, and create personalized profiles.
Testlio is a community the helps companies test apps. The community, which is already up to over 2,000 members, allows users to post an application or join as a tester. Tester can strive for points and badges that reward their accomplishments and sets them apart from other testers.