A mobile marketplace for millennial renters, RadPad aims to take the pain out of finding and leasing an apartment. The LA-based company allows users to apply for leases easily, and to pay for all transactions (including rent) via a debit or credit card.
Third day of a hangover? It might actually be the flu. The problem is: no one wants to navigate LA traffic with the flu. Heal brings a pediatrician or family doctor to your residence for a flat $99 fee.
Given the amount of time Los Angelenos spend commuting, the odds of being stranded on the side of the road are pretty high. HONK’s aim is simple: they provide a simple app where users can indicate their situation, and the wait time for help is usually just 15-30 minutes.
Looking to make a little extra cash on the side? toot is an on-demand tutoring service that allows recent grads to offer their services to students in a cashless, easy-to-manage system.
There’s always a degree of unknown when heading to a bar on a given night, and Roo’s goal is to eliminate that. Users review a bar in real time so that potential customers can judge via their phone whether it’s worth a trip.
When it comes to fitness, motivation can be an issue for anyone. Fit’s app fights that, connecting like-minded individuals to exercise together. Whether it be yoga in the park or a pick-up basketball game, Fit brings together people who want to work out.
Santa Monica-based Wash.io is the on-demand laundry and dry cleaning service that we’ve all been dreaming of. Users specify a date, time and purpose of the pick-up (dry cleaning or bulk laundry), and a Wash.io driver comes and picks it up.