With the Doctor On Demand app for Android and iOS, users can dial up a licensed doctor for a face-to-face appointment at a cost of $40 per 15 minutes.
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Two leading education technology startups — Codecademy and Coursera — this week launched their first mobile apps. Codecademy’s Hour of Code teaches the basic tenets of programming, and Coursera’s mobile version supports signing up for courses, watching videos and taking quizzes. Both are iOS only.
News ByteStarMaker Interactive, which makes pitch-correcting karaoke apps under its own brand, as well as an app for the hit NBC singing competition “The Voice,” has raised $4 million from Qualcomm Ventures and iGlobe Partners. The company, which has been around for three years, said it has logged two billion minutes of singing so far. It just recently launched on Android.
News ByteHealthLoop, which provides tools for doctors and patients to stay connected to monitor signs and symptoms between visits, has raised $10 million in Series A funding. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company is the first recipient of investment from the new Canvas Venture Fund, formerly known as the early-stage part of Morgenthaler Ventures.