Mobile Apps Unicorns

42 Mobile Apps Startups that are Unicorn Companies

Startups are hard and becoming a unicorn startup is even harder, but here is a list of 42 Mobile Apps companies that have achieved the unicorn status.

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With the advent of the mobile revolution, there is a massive demand for mobile applications.

Venture capitalists and other investors have realized this change and are always on the lookout to invest in the next big unicorn, which is a company worth more than $1 billion.

Many companies have already earned such a lofty position.

Here is a list of some mobile apps unicorn startups that have already become billion-dollar companies.

42 Mobile Apps Startups that are Unicorns

APUS Group

APUS Group

APUS is a mobile technology company that has developed the most user friendly operating system and apps for both Android phones and tablets. They believe in providing smart, customised solutions to enhance your mobile experience.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.73

    B (

    January 2015

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Beijing

  • Started in:

    2014

  • Founders:

    Tao Li

  • Industries:

    Apps, Internet, Mobile, Mobile Apps

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $116,037,548

  • Number of funding rounds:

    2

  • Number of investors:

    6

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Babylon Health

Babylon Health

Babylon Health is a new AI-driven app that uses technology to make medical advice more accessible and affordable

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.00

    B (

    August 2019

    )

  • Country:

    United Kingdom

  • City:

    London

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Ali Parsa

  • Industries:

    Artificial Intelligence, Health Care, Health Diagnostics, Hospital, Mobile Apps

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $631,090,847

  • Number of funding rounds:

    4

  • Number of investors:

    5

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Bird

Bird

Bird is the dockless, electric, connected scooter company that provides an affordable transportation alternative to communities across the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.40

    B (

    May 2018

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Santa Monica

  • Started in:

    2017

  • Founders:

    Travis VanderZanden

  • Industries:

    Electric Vehicle, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Ride Sharing, Transportation

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $623,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    9

  • Number of investors:

    32

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Bolt

Bolt

Bolt provides a seamless end-to-end transportation experience in cities through multimodal services, including ride-hailing, food delivery and car-sharing.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $4.30

    B (

    May 2018

    )

  • Country:

    Estonia

  • City:

    Tallinn

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Markus Villig, Martin Villig, Oliver Leisalu

  • Industries:

    Food Delivery, Mobile Apps, Public Transportation, Ride Sharing

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $616,792,995

  • Number of funding rounds:

    11

  • Number of investors:

    27

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Branch

Branch

Branch powers the world's best mobile experiences. They connect products, people and services through APIs, SDKs and custom integrations so you can do amazing things on mobile — faster, smarter, and better than ever before.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    September 2018

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Redwood City

  • Started in:

    2014

  • Founders:

    Alex Austin, Dmitri Gaskin, Mada Seghete, Mike Molinet

  • Industries:

    App Marketing, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Software

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $367,050,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    17

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Caocao Chuxing

Caocao Chuxing

Caocao Chuxing is a Chinese company that operates the world’s largest mobility platform, offering taxi-hailing, car-sharing, bus-hailing, and bike-sharing services.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.60

    B (

    January 2018

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Hangzhou

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Jinliang Liu

  • Industries:

    Energy, Mobile Apps, Recreational Vehicles, Ride Sharing, Transportation

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    CN¥1,000,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    1

  • Number of investors:

    1

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Clubhouse

Clubhouse

Clubhouse is the first audio-based social network that delivers newsworthy content to users spontaneously.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $4.00

    B (

    January 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2020

  • Founders:

    Paul Davison, Rohan Seth

  • Industries:

    Apps, Messaging, Mobile Apps, Social

  • Number of employees:

    10-50

  • Funding Amount:

    $110,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    8

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Dialpad

Dialpad

Dialpad is the first analytics platform built on AI that helps enterprises make smarter business decisions through humanized insights and smarter calling.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.20

    B (

    October 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2011

  • Founders:

    Alex Cornell, Brian Peterson, Craig Walker, John Rector

  • Industries:

    Artificial Intelligence, Call Center, Meeting Software, Mobile, Mobile Apps, SaaS, Software, Telecommunications

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $230,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    13

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Didi

Didi

Didi is a leading transportation platform that offers a wide range of app-based ride-hailing, carpooling and supply-demand services.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $62.00

    B (

    March 2015

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Beijing

  • Started in:

    2012

  • Founders:

    Bo Zhang, Wei Cheng

  • Industries:

    Mobile Apps, Public Transportation, Ride Sharing, Transportation

  • Number of employees:

    5,000-10,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $23,246,700,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    24

  • Number of investors:

    43

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Dotc United Group

Dotc United Group

DotC United Group helps governments and businesses with digital transformation to thrive in a connected world.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1

    B (

    July 2017

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Shanghai

  • Started in:

    2009

  • Founders:

    Yi Shi

  • Industries:

    Android, Internet, iOS, Marketing, Mobile Apps, Software

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    CN¥2,500,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    3

  • Number of investors:

    7

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Duolingo

Duolingo

Duolingo is an online education platform that will help you learn another language while translating the web on your phone or computer.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.40

    B (

    December 2019

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Pittsburgh

  • Started in:

    2011

  • Founders:

    Luis von Ahn, Severin Hacker

  • Industries:

    E-Learning, Education, Language Learning, Mobile Apps

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $183,300,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    9

  • Number of investors:

    13

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EverlyWell

EverlyWell

EverlyWell is a digital health company that works with the consumer to manage their health. They offer collection kits that allow for home collection of specimens as well as virtual care and assessment services.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.30

    B (

    December 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Austin

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Julia Taylor Cheek

  • Industries:

    Health Care, Medical Device, mHealth, Mobile Apps, Wellness

  • Number of employees:

    100-250

  • Funding Amount:

    $325,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    14

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Fetch Rewards

Fetch Rewards

Fetch Rewards is an ecommerce loyalty platform designed to reward shoppers for their purchases.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    March 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Madison

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Daniel Litvak, Tyler Kennedy, Wes Schroll

  • Industries:

    E-Commerce, Grocery, Loyalty Programs, Mobile Apps, Shopping

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $341,849,943

  • Number of funding rounds:

    8

  • Number of investors:

    10

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Getir

Getir

Getir is a technology company that provides on-demand delivery services. The Getir network has access to hundreds of thousands of nodes which it uses to locate customers and complete delivery operations.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.60

    B (

    March 2021

    )

  • Country:

    Turkey

  • City:

    Besiktas

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Arkady Volozh, Doğancan Dalyan, Mert Salur, Nazım Salur, Serkan Borançılı, Tuncay Tütek

  • Industries:

    Delivery Service, E-Commerce, Grocery, Logistics, Mobile Apps

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $470,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    10

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Glance

Glance

Glance is a revolutionary platform delivering the best content, applications, tools and experiences to consumers across devices.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1

    B (

    December 2020

    )

  • Country:

    India

  • City:

    Bengaluru

  • Started in:

    2016

  • Founders:

    Naveen Tewari

  • Industries:

    Artificial Intelligence, Internet, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Personalization

  • Number of employees:

    50-100

  • Funding Amount:

    $190,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    2

  • Number of investors:

    2

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Glovo

Glovo

Glovo is a hyper-local delivery service that you can order with one touch on your phone. It’s fast and convenient.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    December 2019

    )

  • Country:

    Spain

  • City:

    Barcelona

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Gerard Olive, Miguel Vicente, Oscar Pierre, Sacha Michaud

  • Industries:

    Delivery, Delivery Service, Food Delivery, Local, Logistics, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Transportation

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $1,162,249,826

  • Number of funding rounds:

    12

  • Number of investors:

    32

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Gopuff

Gopuff

Gopuff is a mobile app that delivers products such as over-the-counter medication, baby formula, and alcohol from nearby stores.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $8.90

    B (

    October 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Philadelphia

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Rafael Ilishayev, Yakir Gola

  • Industries:

    Delivery Service, E-Commerce, Food Delivery, Mobile Apps

  • Number of employees:

    10,000+

  • Funding Amount:

    $2,449,710,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    13

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Grammarly

Grammarly

Grammarly’s writing assistant detects and corrects mistakes in your text so you can be confident that more people will actually read what you’ve written.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    October 2019

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2009

  • Founders:

    Alex Shevchenko, Dmytro Lider, Max Lytvyn

  • Industries:

    Apps, Assistive Technology, Information Technology, Mobile Apps, Natural Language Processing, Productivity Tools, SaaS, Software

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $200,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    2

  • Number of investors:

    6

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Hopper

Hopper

Hopper is a travel app that analyzes millions of flights to recommend the best time to book based on your priorities.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    March 2021

    )

  • Country:

    Canada

  • City:

    Montréal

  • Started in:

    2007

  • Founders:

    Frederic Lalonde, Joost Ouwerkerk

  • Industries:

    Apps, Big Data, Mobile Apps, Predictive Analytics, Travel

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $423,679,549

  • Number of funding rounds:

    9

  • Number of investors:

    14

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ironSource

ironSource

ironSource is a business platform that provides app developers with tools to monetize their products, engage and acquire users, and grow their business.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.50

    B (

    August 2014

    )

  • Country:

    Israel

  • City:

    Tel Aviv

  • Started in:

    2010

  • Founders:

    Arnon Harish, Eyal Milrad, Gil Shoham, Itay Milrad, Nethanel Shadmi, Omer Kaplan, Roi Milrad, Tamir Carmi, Tomer Bar Zeev

  • Industries:

    App Marketing, Mobile Advertising, Mobile Apps, Mobile Devices

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $555,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    4

  • Number of investors:

    6

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Jiedaibao

Jiedaibao

Jiedaibao, a fintech application, helps users easily lend and borrow money among themselves.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $7.30

    B (

    January 2016

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Beijing

  • Started in:

    2014

  • Founders:

    No Data

  • Industries:

    Apps, Finance, Financial Services, FinTech, Lending, Mobile Apps, Personal Finance

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    CN¥4,500,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    2

  • Number of investors:

    No Data

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K Health

K Health

K Health is a digital primary care system built on an AI engine. It utilizes cutting-edge technology to deliver personalized health advice and doctor-like guidance for a faster, healthier, and happier life.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.50

    B (

    January 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    New York

  • Started in:

    2016

  • Founders:

    Adam Singolda, Allon Bloch, Israel Roth, Ran Shaul

  • Industries:

    Artificial Intelligence, Health Care, Information Technology, Machine Learning, Mobile Apps

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $271,345,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    8

  • Number of investors:

    23

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Keep

Keep

Keep is a mobile fitness community that offers free training programs and personalized advice for individuals of varying experience levels.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.00

    B (

    May 2020

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Beijing

  • Started in:

    2014

  • Founders:

    Ning Wang, Wei Peng

  • Industries:

    Fitness, Mobile Apps, Training, Wellness

  • Number of employees:

    100-250

  • Funding Amount:

    $614,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    8

  • Number of investors:

    11

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Krafton

Krafton

Krafton is an independent game developer focused on creating legendary PC and mobiles games.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $5.00

    B (

    August 2018

    )

  • Country:

    South Korea

  • City:

    Seongnam

  • Started in:

    2007

  • Founders:

    Chang Byung-gyu

  • Industries:

    Android, Consumer Electronics, Gaming, iOS, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Video Games

  • Number of employees:

    100-250

  • Funding Amount:

    $574,280,722

  • Number of funding rounds:

    4

  • Number of investors:

    4

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Lightricks

Lightricks

Lightricks is a leading provider of mobile imaging solutions, with industry-leading expertise in image processing, camera integration, and computer vision.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    July 2019

    )

  • Country:

    Israel

  • City:

    Jerusalem

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Amit Goldstein, Itai Tsiddon, Nir Pochter, Yaron Inger, Zeev Farbman

  • Industries:

    Apps, Artificial Intelligence, Consumer Software, iOS, Mobile Apps, Photo Editing, Video

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $205,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    3

  • Number of investors:

    5

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Lucid

Lucid

Lucid is software that empowers teams to rapidly create and deliver, with the support of a platform that cultivates growth and lets your team own their visual DNA.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $56

    B (

    February 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    South Jordan

  • Started in:

    2010

  • Founders:

    Ben Dilts, Darrell Swain, Karl Sun

  • Industries:

    Collaboration, Enterprise Software, Information Technology, Internet, Mobile, Mobile Apps, SaaS, Software

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $170,462,414

  • Number of funding rounds:

    6

  • Number of investors:

    16

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Luoji Siwei

Luoji Siwei

The Luoji Siwei talk show is China’s first daily online talk show that allows users to learn the latest trends in fashion and food from famous KOLs.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.18

    B (

    July 2017

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Beijing

  • Started in:

    2012

  • Founders:

    Zhenyu Luo

  • Industries:

    Apps, Broadcasting, Mobile Apps

  • Number of employees:

    No Data

  • Funding Amount:

    CN¥973,200,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    6

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Meesho

Meesho

Meesho run a successful operation that frees entrepreneurs to start a business without investing money.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.10

    B (

    April 2021

    )

  • Country:

    India

  • City:

    Bangalore

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Sanjeev Barnwal, Vidit Aatrey

  • Industries:

    E-Commerce, E-Commerce Platforms, Mobile Apps, Retail, Social Media

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $515,200,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    9

  • Number of investors:

    25

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Nextdoor

Nextdoor

Nextdoor is the private social network for local communities within the neighborhood.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.10

    B (

    March 2015

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2010

  • Founders:

    Adam Ginsburg, David Wiesen, Madison Bell, Nirav Tolia, Prakash Janakiraman, Sarah Leary

  • Industries:

    Communities, Internet, Mobile Apps, Private Social Networking, Social Media

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $455,200,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    9

  • Number of investors:

    24

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Quantum Metric

Quantum Metric

Quantum Metric is a cloud-based platform that connects designers and engineers across the organization to prioritize product design, ideate specifications, and visualize design concepts.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    January 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Colorado Springs

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Mario Ciabarra

  • Industries:

    Analytics, Information Technology, Mobile Apps, SaaS, Software

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $251,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    5

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Scopely

Scopely

Scopely is an interactive entertainment studio focused on developing and publishing culturally relevant, exciting, and engaging mobile games for consumers around the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $3.30

    B (

    October 2019

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Culver City

  • Started in:

    2011

  • Founders:

    Ankur Bulsara, Eric Futoran, Eytan Elbaz, Walter Driver

  • Industries:

    Digital Entertainment, Mobile Apps, Online Games, Video Games

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $998,500,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    9

  • Number of investors:

    69

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ShareChat

ShareChat

ShareChat is an Indian regional social networking application that lets you create and customize your profile according to your location. The platform enables users to share video, audio, image, and text content in seven major local languages.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.10

    B (

    April 2021

    )

  • Country:

    India

  • City:

    Bangalore

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Ankush Sachdeva, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Farid Ahsan

  • Industries:

    Internet, Mobile Apps, Social Media, Social Network

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $824,830,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    10

  • Number of investors:

    17

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Shouqi Limousine & Chauffeur

Shouqi Limousine & Chauffeur

Shouqi Limousine & Chauffeur is a Chinese limo booking app and offshoot of the state-owned Shouqi Group that aims to bring premium service to everyday life.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1

    B (

    November 2017

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Beijing

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    No Data

  • Industries:

    Mobile, Mobile Apps, Reservations, Transportation

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $229,903,439

  • Number of funding rounds:

    4

  • Number of investors:

    6

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Stash

Stash

Stash brings together all your financial tools in one place and helps you make more informed decisions.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.40

    B (

    February 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    New York

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Brandon Krieg, David Ronick, Ed Robinson

  • Industries:

    Banking, Financial Services, FinTech, Mobile Apps, Personal Finance

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $427,372,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    10

  • Number of investors:

    12

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Toss

Toss

Toss is a team of talented South Koreans who started to develop mobile applications at early age. Now, they bring their experience to create the most convenient and secure financial application.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.60

    B (

    December 2018

    )

  • Country:

    South Korea

  • City:

    Seoul

  • Started in:

    2011

  • Founders:

    Seunggun Lee

  • Industries:

    Financial Services, FinTech, Mobile Apps, Mobile Payments, Personal Finance

  • Number of employees:

    100-250

  • Funding Amount:

    $434,200,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    9

  • Number of investors:

    19

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Uber Freight

Uber Freight

Uber Freight allows truck drivers to transport all types of goods for local, long distance, and regional shipping companies.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $3.30

    B (

    October 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2017

  • Founders:

    Bill Driegert, Brian Cristol, Charlie Bergevin, John Stauffer

  • Industries:

    Apps, Logistics, Mobile Apps, Supply Chain Management

  • Number of employees:

    10,000+

  • Funding Amount:

    $500,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    1

  • Number of investors:

    1

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Via

Via

Via offers a flexible, on-demand transportation service to help you get from home to work in a safe, fun, and affordable way.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.25

    B (

    March 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    New York

  • Started in:

    2012

  • Founders:

    Daniel Ramot, Oren Shoval

  • Industries:

    Automotive, Mobile Apps, Real Time, Ride Sharing, Transportation

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $647,064,111

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    23

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Voodoo

Voodoo

Voodoo is a Paris-based gaming company that combines originality, suspense, and emotion into intriguing mobile video game experiences.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.40

    B (

    August 2020

    )

  • Country:

    France

  • City:

    Paris

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Alexandre Yazdi, Laurent Ritter

  • Industries:

    Casual Games, Mobile Apps, Online Games

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $201,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    5

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Wacai.com

Wacai.com

Wacai creates mobile applications that provide personal finance software and financial tools. Wacai’s advanced, user-friendly technology delivers real-time updates on market trends that can be used to make smart financial decisions.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    July 2018

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Hangzhou

  • Started in:

    2009

  • Founders:

    Kevin Quan

  • Industries:

    Finance, Financial Services, Information Technology, Mobile Apps

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $341,543,640

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    12

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Xiaohongshu

Xiaohongshu

Xiaohongshu is the latest innovation in social interaction, a way to share your experiences and learn from those around you.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $3.00

    B (

    March 2016

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Shanghai

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Charlwin Mao Wenchao, Miranda Qu

  • Industries:

    E-Commerce, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Shopping

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $417,691,786

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    8

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Zocdoc

Zocdoc

Zocdoc is a marketplace and search engine designed to bring together quality healthcare professionals and give people access to the best medical providers, in the most convenient way.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.80

    B (

    August 2015

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    New York

  • Started in:

    2007

  • Founders:

    Cyrus Massoumi, Nick Ganju, Oliver Kharraz

  • Industries:

    Health Care, Medical, mHealth, Mobile Apps, Scheduling

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $375,940,002

  • Number of funding rounds:

    10

  • Number of investors:

    18

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Zomato

Zomato

Zomato is a trusted restaurant guide and food ordering platform that’s making ordering food online in your city fast, easy and free of delivery fees.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $5.40

    B (

    April 2015

    )

  • Country:

    India

  • City:

    Gurgaon

  • Started in:

    2008

  • Founders:

    Deepinder Goyal, Gaurav Gupta, Pankaj Chaddah

  • Industries:

    Food Delivery, Mobile Apps, Reservations, Restaurants

  • Number of employees:

    10,000+

  • Funding Amount:

    $2,100,568,357

  • Number of funding rounds:

    21

  • Number of investors:

    25

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