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Travis will help you to translate over 80 languages

Imagine arriving at an airport and trying to explain to a taxi driver where to go in a language you don’t speak, or even trying to communicate to a doctor after an accident in a language you don’t even know. Imagine a refugee arriving...

The first app that fuses art with high tech

The moment iOS developer Duncan Campbell took the stage and presented in regards to his app Rtist at AppCircus Barcelona, the audience was captivated from the start. Arts and Technology doesn’t come together so often, but the British developer exposed his reason why he...

Signaturit: taking electronic signatures to the next level

Signaturit wants to make things simple. Founded in 2013 in Barcelona, Spain, Signaturit facilitates the completion of any signing processes by providing a solution to requesting and making legally binding electronic signatures. In less than a year Signaturit consolidated itself as the most intuitive eSignature...

The Mirabook: Turn Your Smartphone Into a Laptop

As consumers increasingly depend on their Smartphone to organize their personal and professional lives, it's becoming clear that the traditional computer has been replaced by the smartphone as the main servant of our digital needs. In a world where mobile has triumphed, the young French startup Miraxess, founded...

PINC wants social media users to make money with branded content

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People can now post content, recommend products they believe in and get paid! That’s according to PINC, a startup that plans to offer a new platform that will be made available to help people get paid for sharing social media content. The service uses a bit...

Nanolock: the low-cost security solution for IoT

This year’s edition of Four Years From Now has a winner. The GSMA announced Nanolock Security, an Israeli startup focused on security, as the winner of the Barcelona Startup of the Year Award on the final day of the 4FYN event running alongside MWC19...

This startup wants to change traveling with blockchain

Thanks to the internet and online applications, tourism and traveling have never been easier. We’re long past the era when travel agencies dominated the market, and now online services are the norm. However, we ask a simple question: is it possible for those platforms to...

Interview with King of App: “The WordPress of Apps”

King of App is an easy to use system that allows you to save time by focusing on the details to create fully customized apps. Called the “Wordpress of apps”, King of App was founded on 2014 and it has more than 50 modules and...

Wingly: the Uber of flights

The rise of sharing economies is at its peak in this moment, and companies have taken advantage of the situation to gain more and more customers who are seeking new alternatives of purchase. Airbnb, Uber, BlaBlaCar, Zaarly and Wallapop are just a few example of...

A revolutionary rental app lands in Barcelona

Last November, more than 1000 startups registered for the Web Summit, the annual European tech event hosted in Lisbon, Portugal. Among these, 200 were selected to pitch their idea, and the best three were chosen to pitch to an audience of 10.000 people. PapayaPods...

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