Another week has passed in Tech in Asia and below is the list of startups which we have covered. For tips and stories suggestions, feel free to email us at Editors[at]techinasia[dot].com. Alternatively, you can submit tips here and/or your startup here. Enjoy!
NepalAdz describes itself as an SMS-based C2C online classified ads board. Ads can be posted to the service by sending a simple SMS – so you don’t even need to be online to do it.
Thailand has its own price comparison site. It’s called Priceza.com, and apparently it is gaining a lot of traction too, claiming to have over 1.2 million unique visitors per month.
Leveraging on the Sina Weibo API, TaoU is a China-based startup that aims to help users find the right connections and content on their microblog network.
Performance-based ad network Adplus claims to be the first to introduce a new acquisition model for digital marketing in Indonesia called CPV (Cost Per Visit). It also focuses on several other aspects of performance-based advertising too.
StartupBisnis, founded by Denny Santoso and Rhein Mahatma, aims to provide useful knowledge and content for entrepreneurs in the country.
FreeMailBlast is an email management service that offers an all-in-one solution to sending out millions of emails in as little time as possible.
aBit Games is a Xiamen-based game dev firm on the southeastern coast of China, making globally-oriented and highly-addictive mobile games. Well, one so far.
What do you wanna learn? Guitar, a new language, or cooking? Kezaar.com probably has someone out there offering their skills.
Ushi shares its future plans this week and we can expect the Chinese LinkedIn-like professional network to partner with AngelList or introduce an extended service that works like AngelList.
Sina Weibo is a powerful communication tool. But it doesn’t offer much in the way of analytics. Enter Chinese startup Weibo Reach, which takes your tweets and produces awesome visualizations of their spread throughout the web, in addition to a bunch of other analytical data about how they are passed along.
Many government websites in China haven’t been updated in years, and others may contain fake information designed to trick you into giving money to hackers. So what’s a Chinese citizen to do if they really want to get in touch with their People’s Congress representatives? Thankfully, there’s an app for that: Gongmin Guanzhu.
Agate Studio, a mobile gaming startup from Indonesia, has launched Football Saga 2 on Facebook. The sequel has a really important message for the players and for football fans in general, which is to unite support behind the currently sad state of the Indonesian National Team.
Tokopedia, one of the oldest players around in Indonesia’s e-commerce industry focusing on the C2C market, celebrated its third year anniversary this week – and shared some of its financial figures.
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That’s all for this week, folks! (See last week’s list here). For our full coverage of the hottest and most innovative startups in the region, you can click here or subscribe to our Asia startups RSS feed. For tips and news, sent us a note via editors[at]techinasia.com