Amongst 15 highly qualified entrants, 6 lucky companies have been choosen for the April 25 SF New Tech Japan Night IV at Mighty in SF. The semi-finals was held in Tokyo last Friday before a crowd of almost 200 people. Here is a rundown of the finalists.
SF New Tech Finalists
A music community service which enables users to share their favorite music with their friends. Users can create their own avatars and start listening to their friends’ favorite music easily. (@beatrobo)
A Peer-to-peer job marketplace for co-working spaces. It is a platform to sell and buy small tasks directly from each other and to reserve space and accepts payment from people using credit card or PayPal. Coworkify won first place at Startup Weekend Kyoto 2011. (@cwrkfy)
An online service that assists users find a good restaurant based on friends’ recommendations. Users can collect trustworthy information by asking questions and receiving answers from their friends. (@foodstoq)
An aggregation of cloud services for developing mobile apps. It provides user friendly platform to develop mobile apps.
An iPhone App that allows users to download and carry sheet music on mobile devices such as iPhone and iPad. piaScore has earned a Distinguished Honoree medal in Consumer Entertainment/Information in the 2011 International Business Awards. (@piaScore)
A free web browser compatible with Windows, Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android and Windows phone. Another feature, “Fenrir Pass,” is a free cloud service that allows users to access their own bookmarks from different devices. (@fenrir_official)
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