Mobile Makes Its Mark at Y-Combinator’s Demo Day

With 66 companies attending this is the largest demo day for Y-Combinator took place in Silicon Valley today at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. The event attracted Silicon Valley's elite, investors and executives from number of firms from around the country and around the globe.

The Demo Day has been dominated by mobile companies, not a shocker given that the combined reach of iPhone and Android's reach millions of users. Especially Android's fast market growth made mobile more attractive for entrepreneurs.

Some of the companies that delivered presentations  with mobile focus:

Plangrid — blueprints on tablets
Medigram — chat for doctors
Popset — group photo albums
SendHub — SMS for organizations
Lvl6 — social mobile games
Midnox — video camera app + hosting
Sonalight — voice texting (while driving)
Flypad — smartphone as game controller
TiKL — walkie-talkie app
Kyte — kid phone in software
Pair — messaging for couples
Per Vices — software-defined radio
iCracked — tablet repair network
Socialcam — video sharing
Exec — Uber for work

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