SnipSnap, an iOS application to digitize coupons, won out Switch Philly 3, the startup demo event, Wednesday night. An Android version of the app is coming, Mann has said.
Presented by founder Ted Mann, who won Mobile Monday to earn the spot, was eager to add a piece of news to his Switch presentation, having pitched his app publicly before. And he did. SnipSnap is now live in the App Store.
Download the app here.
Judged by Mayor Michael Nutter, who mentioned his being out of his element, venture capitalist Josh Kopelman and RobinHood Ventures Executive Director Ellen Weber, the Philly Tech Week event featured more than 100 attendees at the Gershman Y watching five startup demos. Mann and his team wins an extensive prize pack.
SnipSnap went last, preceded by the following:
- PalmLing: the mobile translation service, which announced if they get 100 new @replies by tomorrow, they’ll offer a coupon for your next travel.
- inHabi: the rental and apartment matchmaking service that recently caught some CityPaper coverage.
- Yagglo: the Startup Weekend winners are deploying a tablet-specific mobile browser
- Airtime: the service that makes it easy to target email signature branding and marketing
Full Disclosure: Technically Philly organizes Switch Philly and Philly Tech Week.
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