More than 100,000 Israelis and visitors have downloaded the SOS app and the Red Alert app made in Israel.
‘I think a lot of the wearables will come out of Israel,’ predicts Robert Scoble, one of America’s most highly regarded tech evangelists.
Critics at Microsoft’s ThinkNext event were wowed by the tiny PocketPrinter’s ability to connect to smartphones and PCs, and print on paper of any size.
Human guides are great, but these Israeli apps put a wealth of information and navigation at the fingertips of DIY tourists in Holy Land.
TestFairy helps app developers assess how their product performs on thousands of different types of Android mobile devices.
Launched in 2010 with a single storybook app, Tel Aviv-based TabTale has rocketed to the top 10 list of global publishers of mobile games.
For people with disabilities, Sesame Enable turns a smartphone or iPad into a machine that recognizes face movements and hand gestures.
When it comes to finding and paying for parking spots in cities all over the world, Israeli technologies like Anagog, Parko and Pango are leading the way.
The call-and-messaging startup just acquired for $900 million never got a cent in VC funds, and is based in Cyprus though its founders are Israeli.