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Community Blog / Five Hottest New York Startups!

From education to fitness to the fashion industry - you name it and we have it our list. Read on as Mabbly sums up startup companies that will surely rock New York in 2014:

1. Voxy

Voxy is an online language-learning program that aims to improve your English aptitude while focusing on your goals whether it is for your career, education, or travel. It is the only online school that creates customized lessons from 100% real life daily activities.

Conveniently, Voxy's scientifically proven approach works across all devices so wether you're an iPhone lover or an Android user, downloading the app is easy-peasy.

2. Warby Parker

Warby Parker is a transformative startup that believes prescription eyewear should not cost a fortune. They design and sell high quality, trendy eyewear at a lower price, which they sell exclusively on their website.

Warby Parker is also an eyewear company with a purpose. Partnered with nonprofits, Warby Parker ensures that for every pair of glasses it sells, a pair is also given to someone in need.

3. Fitocracy

Fitocracy is a social network that uses the fun and addictive aspect of gaming in order to improve one's fitness. Whether it's your first time to hit the gym or you're a certified health buff, this app can surely take your fitness to the next level! 

Fitocracy connects you to the combined knowledge of over half a million of the world’s best fitness coaches, nutrition experts, and other professionals from a wide variety of fitness backgrounds. 

4. Noodle

If you are looking for the perfect educational opportunity, Noodle is the education search engine! Noodle can connect you to the right tutors, schools, soccer coaches, or videos on how to solve math problems. Oh, and did we tell you it's free?

5. Audicus

Audicus is a novel hearing concept offering affordable hearing aids programmed to your individual hearing loss. Users save up to 70%  on discreet designer hearing aids, by serving them directly and without the expensive intermediary costs. 

All customers need to do is send their latest hearing test results by email or fax and the hearing instrument will be sent by mail in a few days.

Know any New York startups we should have included? Submit a comment below and we will consider it for our next list! 

 

 

Posted by Adam Fridman
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