Archive for the ‘Startups’ Category


Screenshot A new project to aggregate tweets in the region has popped up today, BabTounes aggregates tweets from Tunisia whenever someone mentions Tunis in English or Arabic in their tweets. BabTounes also allows its members to use it and to cross post tweets from the website to twitter, one of the nice features it has and Twitter lags is the ability for t...
Screenshot Around a week ago, my friend explained to me how cool friendfeed is, and explained to me how its founders are open to its users and engaged with them. That raised my respect to friendfeed and I started using it more often than just linking my Twitter account to it. You probably heard the news that Facebook has just acquired friendfeed and yo...
Screenshot Squeezer is an English and Arabic iPhone and iPod app that allows you to shorten URLs, and share them else were. Be it on facebook, Twitter emails or via SMS. Squeezer currently supports many url shorting services: bit.ly tp.ly is.gd and tr.im. This simple and useful application sells on the App Store here for 2$ and was developed by Naser Al Z...
Screenshot BberryApp.com a Jordanian startup, focusing on Blackberry Application development, just released its first application for the BlackBerry Smartphones: “Forward, Reply and Edit” which lets you do what its name implies to BlackBerry emails. Editing forwarded email is not currently available on BlackBerry phones. The free app turned out to be...
Screenshot Updated: d1g.com the Jordanian Arab video photo sharing and general Portal startup has announced via a press release that it has completed its first round of financial investments. The press releases states that the first round has attracted a number of regional businessmen and international experts in the internet industry to join the site’...
Screenshot Massive multiplayer online game (MMOG or MMO)  is a type video games which is capable of supporting hundreds or thousands of players simultaneously and played over the Internet.  MMO games are becoming very popular recently across the world, but since many Games have many unsuitable characters and aspects to the culture and the religion of the Ar...
Screenshot Occasionally at ArabCrunch English we publish guest posts by experts and Industry leaders, who would share their experience with our reader, today’s guest post is by Laila Kassis who has many years of experience with venture capitalists in the states. (if you want to be a guest writer use the contact page.) Laila is currently pursuing an MBA a...
Screenshot Again, I am sorry for not updating since a while part because I am preparing for the launch of ArabCrunch Arabic version and also for being busy with other projects. However this is an interesting post I hope you will enjoy it: According to a recent research by SpotOnPR a leading regional PR agency, Twitter's growth rate in the Arab world, was 2...
Screenshot Saleh Al Zaid the talented Saudi programmer, entrepreneur and founder of Untiny has just announced that he has acquired Twtbase a Twitter applications databases. Just to give you a background information, Untiny is simple English/Arabic service that allows you to untiny -expand- URLs from around 140 URL shorting services, ranging from tinyurl to...
Screenshot Build a Community at The Auction Website Souq.com and Launch Your Own Site nahel.com on July 18th In an email that landed to my mailbox today, Saeid Hejazi, founder of Dubai, UAE based nahel.com, told me that his team started their services as a seller on Souq.com, “while we built solid relationships with our suppliers, built an inventory and cr...
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