Last weekend Brapps took place in Brasilia, the largest mobile content event in Latin America. O
Brapps brought together mobile startups, app developers and investors. In addition to talks and panels on mobile technologies and a developer competition, Hackathon, there was a startup fair with several companies and I bring you what I saw most interesting at the event. 1. Here! Brazil
It is an app that makes it easy for users to find restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels, offers and events nearby. You can also search for information about distant locations when planning a trip, for example. Available for Android and iOS, the app works throughout Brazil.
Download it here.
Concursare the 1 multiplatform system in Brazil for those who want to prepare for a Public Contest. With Concursare, you prepare for public contests in various areas such as Courts, Banking, Police, Tax, Education, among others. All by cellphone. The content of the classes includes material for study of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Logical Reasoning, Current Affairs, Mathematics, General Knowledge, and so on.
Download it here.
Dujour, already well known to the public and already funded by angel investors, brings news about fashion trends from the most important blogs and portals on the subject. Download it here.
4. Easy Garage
Easy Garage is a kind of AirBnB garage that connects those with a vacant garage for a long time and who has a hard time finding a parking space in major cities. Still in beta, Easy Garage only works over the web for now, but iOS and Android apps will be released soon.
Fashion85 is a free application that integrates with Facebook and Instagram where users post photos and ask questions about fashion. Who gives opinions and tips are the users themselves. For now it is only available for iOS but soon comes out for Android.
Although not yet available in app, this is one of my favorites. Jooobz is a map-based creative social network that seeks to connect users in real time by adding diverse information to maps. Think of a Facebook, where you can post any information, such as photos, opinions, and experiences, but always on a map that relates that experience to a locality. For businesses, for example, it can be a powerful tool if well used.
7. Kloset App
This an app developed especially for women. It holds all products and services on sale or sale in the city. Users choose from 21 categories to receive photos and information about the promotions. Completely free for both women and retailers who register their products. Download it here.
8. PinMyPet (Winner of Brapps 2014 Startup Competition)!
PinMy Pet is a platform that aims to help you monitor and care for your pet. In addition to functioning as a tracker, which must be installed on the animal's collar, PinMyPet also records pet data, which is monitored by the smatphone.
Download it here.
If you like me love to travel, you'll like Speakrs. The idea is to connect travelers and local people who speak the traveler's language and are willing to provide a unique experience, presenting not only tourist sites, but also sharing the culture with tips from a native. This host guide called Speaks, which can be searched on the portal for filters such as language, common interests and values. Today, you can access Speakrs through Facebook, but Android and iOS apps are in the company's plans.
Trakto Pro is a solution for freelancers that calculates the value of a job and sends personalized professional business proposals straight from the smartphone. They have open applications for beta testers.
Brapps 2014 startups was the PinMy Pet. In second place was the Trakto Pro. Congratulations to the winners! To learn more about other teams that have received Brapps awards, click here.
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