I decided it would be fun to put together a list of The Top Web Apps in Arizona. I’ll update this post with more links as I learn about new ones (please leave a comment if you know of a web application that is missing). Nothing would make me happier than to be able to link to additional web apps designed and built by people in AZ.
SimpleSeating.com is a web site that helps you organize the seating arrangements at events like wedding receptions, conferences, and more. It is run by a two person team from Foolish Software (two great guys).
Numly is a web site that assigns a number to almost anything you can upload and there are several spin off web sites such as Docly and Sigly (for signatures). The service is built by a Phoenix developer named Chris Matthieu (another great guy).
vSocial.com is a video site run by a team in Tempe, AZ and they’ve been hard at it for over 5 years now.
Viddler.com (this is a site I am a part of) is partially Arizona so it counts. All of the design happens in Arizona and development happens by a team in Poland with management in Pennsylvania. It’s a web site that allows you to share and watch videos with a lot of premium features not found on the other video sites. The site is also hosted in Phoenix.
Mosoto, is an application for Facebook that enables file sharing, chat, and music discovery. Five University of Arizona grads joined together and created this application in Tucson, AZ.
Litepost is a web based email system entering the market with a different approach to email display. It’s a very competitive market but they may have a new strategy that could work: Overtaking all of the crappy open source email solutions like Horde and Squirrelmail.
PrimeCondition.com is a valley based web startup that moves to make your workout routine anything but routine. The service allows you to create an mp3 track for your workouts that motivates and keeps you on track. Built by Simon Allardice who attends Refresh Phoenix.
Best Party Ever is a web site that helps you plan events (and parties). Built by the folks at Obu Web, you can build a party and coordinate with local vendors all online.
Flare9 Website Builder is a web service that people can use to build an inexpensive web site with a WordPress backend management system (obviously highly customized).
Ajaxm helps web developers track domain projects for customers.
Just a few thoughts: With all of this talk about building web apps, it’s amazing that there aren’t more from AZ companies. Also, congratulations to all of the above companies for getting from idea to launch successfully. What are your tips?