Just Sing It is a new way to connect with people using your voice and the power of music. Just Sing It allows users to challenge each other in a karaoke "sing-off" and guess each others' songs in this highly addictive social game.
Noom believes the best way to attract people to a healthier lifestyle is to develop products that make it enjoyable. On your smartphone, their products use cutting edge technology to accurately monitor your progress and provide expert advice and analysis to keep you on track. By making the experience relevant to who you are, your goals, and your interactions, Noom provides a personalized plan that makes weight loss attainable and fun.
Fuller's mission to rethink the way users deal with mobile utilities, making them faster, smarter and easier to use. They are passionate about rethinking phone optimization technology, social media and application discovery.
Evernote's goal is to help the world remember everything, communicate effectively and get things done. From saving thoughts and ideas to preserving experiences to working efficiently with others, Evernote's collection of apps make it easy to stay organized and productive.
955 Dreams is a next-generation publishing company focused on bringing the best of modern mobile technology to the media industry. The company is creating a new breed of magazines that users can enjoy on their mobile devices and will partner with the best content providers to build the most engaging mobile products for consumers.
Aylus provides technology and platforms that enable next-generation mobile video calling across networks and devices.
Aylus' technology enables true universal interoperability. Video call can now be placed between an iPad and an Android mobile phone, or a video call can be placed from a landline US carrier to an Asian mobile carrier network.
Masabi turns any mobile phone into a personalised ticket machine, allowing people to securely purchase train tickets without ever waiting in line again.
Once purchased, the actual ticket is displayed on the phone's screen to be easily scanned at the gate or by a train conductor. This means travellers can avoid ticket machines and waiting in lines making their journeys a faster and more enjoyable.
Masabi's mTicketing services will be live with 10 rail brands by the end of 2011, including thetrainline.com, Virgin Trains, Chiltern Railways and First Capital lines, and the company is rolling out in the U.S. and European markets.
Portalarium is a gaming studio founded by legendary 'Hall of Fame Game Developer' Richard Garriot. Portalarium develops mobile and social games, virtual worlds and related programming and services.
Its vision is to create an open ecosystem of mobile and social gamers, fully integrated into existing social networks and gaming communities. And make some amazing social/mobile games. Its first title will be released in late 2011.
m8 Capital's first investment, Rummble was born as a mobile, location-based recommendation engine.
Commencing in July 2011, Rummble launched it's personalisation technology platform as a standalone business. The service, branded "Rummble Labs", is a leader in dynamic content personalization and social sharing. With the explosion of content and choices, the need to provide personalized and relevant data is emerging as the next big technological hurdle.
Rummble Labs enables increased engagement and greater social sharing, delivering a powerful competitive advantage to its clients.
SCHAD's technology allows engineering staff of global enterprises to remotely access, monitor and manage their facilities from mobile phones (BlackBerry/iPhone/Android/Windows) and other mobile devices (iPads/tablets).
The technology frees maintenance engineers from centralised control centres, and allows them to monitor and manage their facilities from anywhere. This significantly reduces unscheduled downtime, allows for shorter maintenance response times and reduces overall maintenance costs for the world's largest businesses.
Customers include Ford, Volkswagen, BASF, Deutsche Lufthansa, Vanderlande Industries, FRoSTA, and the Airports of Cologne Bonn, Munich and Berlin.