The companies were chosen to join the three-month-long programme, along with 12 other companies from Europe and Israel, that Google says are the ‘most promising European tech start-ups’.
The addition of original games based on popular content will offer Netflix subscribers something that they aren’t receiving elsewhere and could be the key to continued growth of the service.
With livestream online sales becoming the new norm, a Warsaw firm is looking to help both big and small businesses take their products directly to the customers’ virtual door.
By combining a GPS tracking collar with the app which allows users to upload and share photos, the former model and reality TV star developed a series of functions which not only monitor a pet's activity and its location, but also offer a number of gamification elements combined with community activities.
The mobile app from Warsaw-based firm Immersion VR presents NASA’s ‘Perseverance’ rover mission and the surface of Mars in an interactive way.
Beauty, Salon and Wellness appointment booking app Booksy has made history after receiving 70 mln USD, the biggest ever investment for any Polish start-up at the same stage of development.
Marketed as “the world’s first fully automatic interior design tool”, Lofty have launched at a time when home improvements have enjoyed a pandemic era surge in popularity.
Brainly, which started in Kraków 11 years ago, now has 350 million users around the world, with the largest growth coming from the US.
Built by the Galicia Jewish Museum, the free photography app showcases rare snapshots of Jewish life beyond the parameters of the Holocaust.
Warsaw’s medical university has broken new medical ground in Poland by coming up with an app that can diagnose the coronavirus without people having to visit a doctor.