3 ASX tech shares for your watch list

These three tech companies are off to a good start for 2018, having enjoyed encouraging gains on Friday.

Dubber Corp Ltd (ASX: DUB)

The Dubber Corp Ltd share price gained almost 10 per cent on Friday to close at 56 cents.

Dubber Corp, with a market value of $75 million, provides cloud-based call recording services and claims to have “revolutionised traditional call recording” by abolishing previous limitations and “opening up a myriad of applications and benefits”.

The company, founded in 2011, has seen its share price more than double since July last year.

But Dubber’s share price is still significantly down on the 82 cents it was going for in 2016.

In financial year 2017 Dubber reported revenue approaching $2 million, 96 per cent up on the previous year.

HearMeOut Ltd (ASX: HMO)

The HearMeOut share price was up by more than 15 per cent on Friday as the company announced it will launch a new device.

HearMeOut provides a voice-based social media platform which enables users to listen to 42 seconds of audio recorded by someone they’re interested in.

The company plans to launch its HOOP device at an event hosted by the Consumer Technology Association in Las Vegas starting Tuesday.

HOOP is an Internet of Things device that is “compatible with any car steering wheel”, letting drivers safely use HearMeOut’s platform with both hands on the wheel.

Audio Pixels Holdings Ltd (ASX: AKP)

The Audio Pixels share price was up by almost 10 per cent on Friday as the company announced it raised $4.5 million by way of convertible notes.

Audio Pixels, with a market cap of about $510 million, says it’s developed a new generation of speakers that the company believes exceed the “performance specifications and design demands of the world’s top consumer electronics manufacturers”.

The Audio Pixels share price took a hit last year, going from $25.80 in early October to $16 in December.

But the company’s share price has been climbing since then and is now trading for around $19.

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