Juicer is an embeddable social media aggregation tool. It allows you display all of your company's social media posts in a beautiful feed that automatically updates. We sold Juicer to SaaS.group. You can read more about the acquisition process here.
Payote was created to help with some of the issues we experienced at Juicer around invoicing. A lot of companies needed custom invoices from us that contained their address or VAT numbers or other customizations and Stripe doesn't allow this, so we'd have to create the invoices manually. Payote also gives you an embeddable widget so customers can view and customize their past invoices themselves.
Tweeker is an embeddable a/b testing tool that makes it really easy to set up a/b tests on your site, analyze the results and see what variants perform the best.
I built Link Horse for myself as a way to organize all of my bookmarks, that I could access from any computer, I built it in a few days, and importantly also built a bookmarklet to make it really easy to save new links.
Cookmatic was built because of my love of cooking but my inability to plan recipes and grocery shopping appropriately. It allows you to save any recipe URL on the internet and it will parse the ingredients and provide you with a grocery shopping list you can use in the store to make shopping easy.
I used to exclusively use Rdio to stream music. Then it was shut down, and I found all the other alternatives unsatisfactory: Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal...they were all too ugly and complicated. I wanted something simple and clean. So I built it myself. Minotaur uses Spotify album data to fetch music from YouTube, all with a clean and simple interface.
A platform that allowed businesses to have text message conversations with their customers, take orders over text and even take payment via text. We attended YCombinator Summer 2015.