Health-tech is a densely populated sector for startups in India, so Curefit competes with players such as HealthifyMe, Fitcircle, Grow Fit , Fitpass, Gympik , Fitternity.

This month, Bangalore-based health startup SigTuple, which builds products for automated analysis of medical scans and data to provide a diagnosis, raised $19 million in a Series B funding led by existing investors Accel Partners and IDG Venture, with participation from Endiya Partners, pi Ventures, VH Capital, Axilor Ventures and Flipkart co-founder Binny Bansal.

In May,  Healthcare data startup Innovaccer raised series B funding of $25 million (nearly Rs 168 crore) in a round led by Westbridge Capital with participation from Lightspeed Ventures.

In April, Delhi-based healthtech startup Visit raised a funding of undisclosed amount from Twitter’s co-founder Biz Stone, with the participation of Snapdeal co-founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal, US-based BlueJeans Network co-founder Alagu Periyannan and Qualcomm Ventures’s former executive Karthee Madasamy. Visit uses AI-based chatbot for health advice, and the bot connects users with a network of doctors over a chat, video chat, or phone.

In February, Healthifyme raised $12 million in a Series B round of funding led by Sistema Asia Fund, with participation from Silicon Valley-based Samsung NEXT, Singapore’s Atlas Asset Management and Japan’s Dream Incubator. Another digital health startup healthi raised funding of US $3.1 million led by Montane Ventures, a VC firm anchored by the Piramal Family Office, in the same month. In March, LiveHealth raised US $1.1 million from Nexus Venture Partners