Popping the champagne and cheering ‘Happy New Year’ not too long ago, we still strive to making our 2016 better whether it is trying to live a healthier life or getting our routines together. While there were lows for the start-up enterprise in Malaysia last year with many ending their operations, here are the promising apps with their pragmatic services that you should keep an eye on that may help you with your 2016’s To-Do-List:
KFit app. Photo by Google Play Store.
Tech in Asia calls it the “Uber for gyms”.
KFit is increasingly popular as a service that helps people to locate gym and fitness classes and getting unlimited access to them for a fixed fee.
But do you know that you can book beauty services now with the app?
Recently, it offers new services such as massage, spa, and beauty services. The new categories would move the company’s goal towards being a holistic wellness platform according to its founder and CEO, Joel Neoh.
Plus, they have revamped the app where you no longer have to subscribe to the monthly plan to access the activities. You can easily pick an activity on the app, click it and you are all set. What’s more, you can book for your friends too.
It does not come as a surprise to see how appealing KFit is to many people that it is available now in 10 cities across Asia-Pacific, including Singapore, Taipei, Seoul, Manila, Auckland, and Perth.
Bfab app. Photo by Google Play Store.
Being “power women” in this modern age, we work hard to be successful in our careers while maintaining our well-being.
Getting rid all the hassle to make an appointment, the Bfab app offers 24/7 convenience in booking beauty services such as hair, spa, nail, massage, waxing and make-up services. At anytime of the day (and that means at 3AM as well), you can book your appointment within 20 seconds and receive your confirmation instantly.
Bfab ensures transparency by providing a comprehensive list of services and prices by various salons for you to compare and choose your preferred salon and service that fits your budget.
Reviews and ratings are also given from previous customers, which voice out personal experience and perspectives that can help you to select the right salon, service or even a stylist.
The co-founders of Kaodim, Jeffri Cheong (left) and Choong Fui-Yu (right). Photo by Tech in Asia.
With one tap away on your mobile screen, you can stop flipping through the thick Yellowpages to look for that plumbing or cleaning service you need.
A services marketplace with a wide range of choices, Kaodim is the fastest and easiest way to find, compare & hire the best local service providers, from electricians to photographers and even, personal trainers.
So, let’s say you need a plumbing service, just key your request into its app and it will provide a few service providers along with their quotes for you to compare and choose your desired one. The extensive list also comes with reviews and ratings for you to decide the best service provider you need.
Currently available in Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines, the company is looking to expand in South East Asia with its progressive breakthrough.