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Quora Video

Experimental beta of native support for video on Quora

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Ask Product Hunt

A community-powered product search engine

Tung Thanh- Vietpiczzle
It'll be harder to find great products without it
Tiago Machado- Designer, Maker & Lecturer.
It lacks some of the features of the web version (like the management of our upcoming pages), but it's still good to browse and upvote products on a daily basis.
Vineet Gupta- Internet Technologies Evangelist
I think PH is one of the best places to hunt for Product Ideas. I am not saying to exactly copy what others are doing, but just tweak a bit or take inspiration & create something unique, innovative & better. For example: "News in Shorts" keeps your updated by sharing a news in just 60 words. You can come up with something similar, like, News for Cri… See more
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Tumbleweed

Daily videos of people sharing their POV on today's issues

Angie- Founder of YourApparel
Tumbleweed surprised me because the response from different people is interesting to assess. It's great to hear someone's point of view in a video message other than reading reactions on various social media platforms like Twitter.
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Prof. Brain

A messenger app that's the future of Q & A 🙌

Prof. Brain allows you to ask questions in a variety of subjects and also answer other user's questions. It is chat-based and fully dynamic. The bot is an extension of the chat based Q&A platform GoStudent, where high school students give and get answers. This is the first of many applications in the Q&A area

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