Alternative products to EventChat

8 alternative and related products to EventChat

EventChat

A chat app that creates chats based on events, not groups.

Reflect Studio v2

Create beautiful, interactive charts without writing code

Reflect Studio v2 is the easiest way for product teams to build a beautiful, interactive data product without having to write a ton of custom code. Its all kinds of awesome.

Reflect Blog
We're excited to announce Reflect Studio Version 2.0 (v2), an authoring tool that lets you create beautiful, interactive data visualizations without writing code. Two years ago, Reflect launched a mostly code-based data visualization platform and APIs aimed at software developers building analytics and reporting into their software products.
7 Alternatives to Reflect Studio v2

Driver Talk

Send/receive messages between drivers via license plate nos.

Driver Talk let's you to send/receive messages from drivers by license plate numbers, safely, without publicly exposing your contact info.

To know if:

- Your car is getting damaged/towed

- Its raining & your sunroof/windows are open

- Ask someone to unplug/move their EV so you can charge

- You want to know where someone had their car customized

3 Alternatives to Driver Talk

AweConf

Stay updated ⏰ with the best 🎟 conferences around the 🌍

Awesome Conferences is a 🐳 free, 👫👭👬 collaborative and 🤲 open source project about the best (developer|designer|markerter|devop) conferences around the 🌍world.

The main purpose is to create a 🚓 trustworthy place where you can easily find out an interesting conference filtering items by 🏷 topic, 🏳 country or 🏙 city.

15 Alternatives to AweConf

Flyer by Paperless Post

Fun to create. Easy to share. Totally free online invites.

A new, easy way to design and send an online invitation -- for free. Choose a template, mix and match GIFs and text animations, and share via text or email -- anywhere you can paste a link.

"A brilliant alternative to Facebook Events." -Fast Company

TechCrunch
Paperless Post, the design-first invitations service, has today announced the launch of a new product called Flyer. Flyer is meant to be a more lightweight invitation, for events like a BBQ or a casual birthday as opposed to a formal event. The idea started when Paperless Post founder and CEO James...
Fast Company
There's one main reason I haven't deleted Facebook yet: Facebook events remains the single easiest way to get people together. Make an event invite, and you're done. But there are a few problems with sending event invites on Facebook for small gatherings. It's impersonal.
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