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Five applications from Belarusians became leaders of the prestigious American competition

In the annual final competition of the famous Product Hunt platform — Golden Kitty Awards — five startups with Belarusian roots won awards at once, reports

In the "Augmented reality" category, the first place was taken by the app Wanna Kicks from the Belarusian startup WANNABY, which allows you to virtually "try on" new sneakers. In 2019, Gucci became its commercial partner.

The second place in the same category was taken by another Belarusian product — Artyline, a mobile app that helps turn pencil sketches into layouts.

In the category "Mobile app of the year", the second place was taken by the product VOCHI Video Effects from the Belarusian startup VOCHI (a new project of the investment company Bulba Ventures). With this app, each user can apply effects to individual objects in Full HD video without much effort. 

In the category "Health and fitness", the first place was taken by an AI-app for yoga classes from the Russian-Belarusian team of developers, called Zenia. Its investors are the Belarusian investment company Bulba Ventures and Mikhail Lyalin, CEO of the Russian developer of games for mobile platforms ZeptoLab.

In third place in the same section is the blink eye warm-up app, also created by Belarusians.