The List Of Startups Launching At TechCrunch Disrupt

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We are only a few hours away from kicking off the first ever TechCrunch Disrupt conference and we are thrilled to announce the 20 startups that were chosen out of hundreds to present their applications over the next few days. We will also hear pitches from the two StartupAlley companies that receive the most votes over the next two days.

These startups will battle it out over three intense days, with one of these startups eventually taking home $50,000.

Audioo: The Audioo platform allows users to auto-stream, publicly share, and store voicemails from handsets and services including Google Voice.

Appbistro: Appbistro is an application marketplace for Facebook pages.

Art.sy: Art.sy is the destination to discover and share original fine art online.

Betterment: Betterment is intended to be a replacement for your savings account, allowing you to invest in two portfolios.

ChompOn: ChompOn allows any business to run its own social flash sales.

Compass Labs: Compass Labs is a social e-commerce ad network for Twitter.

Fluidinfo: FluidInfo is a Wikipedia of databases – a shared online always-writable cloud database.

Geotoko: Geotoko is a promotional campaign management platform for geo location based services.

Keenkong: Keenkong is a social media monitoring engine that extracts why people are talking, what are they talking about, who they are and then segments messages accordingly.

Live Matrix: Live Matrix is a guide to video events and streams taking place on the web.

Movieclips.com: Movieclips.com is an online database of movie clips.

NoiseToys: NoiseToys is a software company uses games and competition to encourage users to share and discover music.

Off & Away: Off & Away is an online travel site that offers exceptional travel experiences in fun and unique ways.

Publish2: Publish2 allows newspapers to create a comprehensive, customized newswire for print.

Soluto: Soluto’s software aims to detect PC users’ frustrations, reveal their cause, learn which actions really eliminate them and improve user experience.

Textingly: Textingly provides a texting address, a web management console and apis for businesses to create immediate, two-way dialog with their customers.

Tickreel: Tickreel is a web filter that makes the web less of a black box and significantly improves how users consume the web.

UJAM: UJAM is a cloud-based platform that allows users to create new music or enhance their existing musical talent and share it with friends.

VideoGenie: VideoGenie allows companies to customer-source video testimonials.

WeReward: WeReward is a mobile incentive platform that rewards consumers for check-ins or performing tasks.

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