6 rising startups in Asia

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KFit | Malaysia
Malaysia-based KFit is an app that offers unlimited access to gym and fitness classes in the region for a fixed fee – a business model similar to ClassPass in the US. The app aggregates a supply of over 300,000 wellness activities from 5,000 partner studios and gyms each month.

SpiderG | India
Pune-based SpiderG is an e-invoicing app that will do away with your company’s needs to manually upload, approve, and follow up every bit of financing and payment related paperwork by syncing it with the Tally system, the ubiquitous enterprise software for small businesses in the country.

Inshorts | India 
Inshorts is a media startup that collates bite sized news from different media organizations and delivers them to users in 60 words.

Detrack | Singapore
Detrack provides a simple app to track delivery vehicles and the delivery status of packages, all in real-time. It’s an easy way for ecommerce and delivery companies to quickly introduce data management into their operations.

DailyDoc | India
DailyDoc is a health app that can only be used under the care of a physician. Doctors and patients agree upon a care plan to be recorded on the app, and after the patient leaves the doctor’s office, the app tells the patient what to do – when to eat, when to take blood sugar readings, etc. Doctors can comment on the data and message the patient to motivate or educate him or her.

Pratilipi | India
Pratilipi is a publishing portal for non-English writers similar to Medium. It launched in September 2014 and currently supports Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, and Malayalam. Writers can upload poems, books, stories, and articles onto the site.

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