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1 year ago

A group of four-hour-old startups that are still around from Demo Day in June. The goal is to help early stage founders get funding and grow their businesses.

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1 year ago

A tool to help startups with the cost of raising seed funding, that seeks to integrate the big four of Kickstarter, AngelList, DigitalTilt, and SeedInvest in one platform.

114
1 year ago

A team of four, including two YC alumni, that makes an app that helps you track your heart rate during a workout.

112
11 months ago

This startup wants to create a unique way to pay for items online that goes beyond a checkout. It allows payment to be made with a phone’s fingerprint, and will allow merchants to accept payment in-app. They have released a beta app which has been downloaded by 2,000 users. It plans to release a full app in the fourth quarter of 2019.

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1 year ago

A startup that lets you create a site for a sports team in four minutes and then charges them a monthly fee based on their social media following

97
1 year ago

A startup with a tool that allows beermakers to test their beers without having to brew their own. The startup, which has been around for about four years, says they have 10 customers that are testing its pre-brewed beer.

95
1 year ago

Helps employees take their work home, work remotely, or set meetings via messenger with up to four people.

94
1 year ago

A video food delivery service. The startup is planning to launch in Mexico City in the fourth quarter.

94
1 year ago

A startup in California that wants to help businesses set up and manage Internet-connected locks — a trend that’s seen by some as a “fourth industrial revolution”. The startup is in the process of raising $1.6 million to launch.

93
1 year ago

Out of the 70 companies that were selected to join the program, four companies (and 1 alumni) made it to the final round of the Summer 2014 class.

93
1 year ago

A platform that allows users to exchange their data between different services, paving the way for a “four-in-one” app.

90
1 year ago

A startup that lets users check into a space on Facebook, Twitter, or Foursquare to see photos and reviews of the space, and view events happening there.

88
1 year ago

The startup’s name is an acronym for the first three letters of “I Would Give Up”, the fourth letter of “Shit”, and the fifth letter of “Happiness”. The app lets users share stories anonymously that relate to the first three letters.

83
1 year ago

BookNow is a service for online ordering and payment for food, flowers, theater tickets, and more. The company claims it has sold over $10,000 worth of tickets in four months. They’re also getting some attention from investors.

73
1 year ago

Canvas is a new type of digital canvas for creating digital objects. Users can create a design or pattern using images and use it as a template for an object. It has four different types of canvas with different features, and the startup says it will be releasing another in the future.

72
1 year ago

This startup is building an API for onboarding third party software into different companies’ workflows. The platform is currently available to customers in four industries.

69
1 year ago

The Y Combinator summer school is a four-week program that teaches computer science fundamentals to top-tier high school students. The program was launched in 2010 by Paul Graham, the founder of Y Combinator.

67
9 months ago

In a bid to improve the lives of the elderly, Inmar is building a platform for home care services that focuses on four areas:

61
1 year ago

A startup that aims to help couples communicate better about money, based on the four “R”s: Respect, Responsibility, Reserve, and Rethink.

55
11 months ago

A unicorn that helps people get the right insurance at the right price. It’s a platform for insurance companies to use and has attracted four top-tier insurance companies to try it out.

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6 months ago

This is a new way to sell your stuff on an app. Founded in January, Papago helps people sell their items on its marketplace. The marketplace has four categories: stuff, collectables, household items, and vehicles. Members can post their items on the site for 24 hours, and if no one buys it, the item goes back to the seller’s inventory. If someone buys it, the seller gets paid in bitcoin.

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7 months ago

A tool that lets users share their photos and stories from a digital experience on a social network. It’s a way to create a digital scrapbook from a trip or event. It’s been used by celebrities like Pamela Anderson and Jack Black, with a team of four people.

34
6 months ago

This startup is building a quadcopter drone that can do the work of a four-man crew on any job. They call it “the flying robot.”

34
1 month ago

A team of four former Googlers wants to help people stay organized with an app that lets you organize your life on your phone.

34
2 months ago

A group of four co-founders who launched the software for digital assistants in February, who then later launched a hardware startup.

28
4 months ago

 A startup that lets you scan and manage your credit card and bank information online, so you don’t have to carry around all that information with you.  It connects to your bank and credit card accounts, letting you check your balance and make purchases.  It also lets you request a new card, stop payment on a card, check your account balances and track purchases.  The service has been running for about four months and has already processed more than $700,000 in transactions.

26
6 months ago

A startup for companies that want to be like Foursquare, but for building companies.

24
7 months ago

In 2014, Y Combinator’s summer program accepted 14 companies, with four eventually being launched as companies. In 2015, Y Combinator saw 20% more applicants than 2014, with the startups 35% more likely to succeed. In 2016, the number of companies accepted has been set at 14 by Y Combinator.

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6 months ago

Workplace software that aims to make teams and companies more productive. The company, which launched in May, says it’s already working with over 1,000 companies and has grown its team from 14 to 30 in just four months of launch.

21
3 months ago

This startup is building a platform to provide independent, unbiased ratings of hotels, flights, and other travel products. The company is building a system that rates hotels and flights on a scale of one to five stars, with a four-star rating meaning a superior experience, and a one-star rating meaning a poor experience.

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6 months ago

A group of four college friends who decided to start a company to help create a more efficient way to source and manufacture electronics. The company wants to be the first company to completely eliminate the middlemen of electronics manufacturing and create more manufacturing in the U.S.

15
4 months ago

Four companies that use AI to predict what might happen next in the stock market.

15
1 year ago

Idea: A software company that’s helping the big four accounting firms and financial services companies cut down on the time it takes to onboard new hires

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1 year ago

Idea: A platform for doctors to track patients’ vitals and symptoms, share information, and make recommendations. The startup is currently working with four hospitals, and has $1.5m in revenue.

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