Israel’s NowForce application can turn a dozen or more smartphones into an emergency response fleet.
Looking beyond the smartphone, Israel’s Altair Semiconductor readies a novel chip to power devices with embedded Internet.
Israeli app-makers help you find your music soul mates, turn your party guests into photographers, and earn Facebook followers for your business amongst other things.
Find an eatery, follow a recipe, price groceries, calculate nutrition and donate leftovers with the help of blue-and-white smartphone apps.
Made-in-Israel apps help you find a bus, taxi, parking spot and the fastest route to drive. They even check your tire pressure and alcohol intake.
Maybe you’ve already joined the millions using apps such as Magisto, Mobli and Moment to enhance, organize and share your images.
Seeking a tutor, manicurist or personal chef right in your neighborhood? Or are you offering those services? Jobniks is for you.
Israeli startup carves out a niche selling software to give online app access to billions of people in places where smartphones are unaffordable.
Is that a telemarketer calling? Israeli-made CallApp lets you know instant info about who’s dialing on the other end.
Project RAY, now launching in the US, opens the benefits of digital access to commercial and public services to people with visual disabilities.