What is your best find on Product Hunt?

Out of the hundreds of products that you discovered here, which one is the most memorable? Maybe, one such product is now indispensable?
Kesava MandigaCurious cat. Writer. Explorer. · Asked 

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Hemingway Editor 3.0

Make your writing bold and clear, send to Medium/Wordpress

Kesava Mandiga3Curious cat. Writer. Explorer. · Written
Found this on Product Hunt, used it a little and upvoted it. Now, it's my first editor for any business writing.
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Making content easily readable is essential for content providers. Hemmingway is the ideal tool.
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If it's an important business message (CEO, Partner-level), Hemingway makes sure your message is to the point.
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OneTab

Save 95% memory by converting all your open tabs into a list

George Gonzalez-RivasA man like any other. Only more so. · Written
Life-saving tool for those of us who think nothing of having 70 open tabs....
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VdgdcFounder, ssshake · Written
I was looking for this for sooooooo long!
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This is a daily memory saver.
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Toby

Organize your browser tabs

Edwin KhooGraduate Student, MIT · Written
Great way to organize many tabs.
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Startup Stash

A curated directory of 400 resources & tools for startups

Anne-Laure Le CunffFounder @ Lysa. Ex-Google. · Written
This is the most upvoted product ever on Product Hunt, and it's easy to understand why. It has become my one-stop shop for startup tools. Lots of crossover with Product Hunt, but the content there is neatly organized in categories that make sense when you're starting or managing your own business.
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Rojo VillegasCorporate Digital VP - Chef Company · Written
Great Directory!
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Sam CholeraFounder @ iSpy Sport Search · Written
Invaluable for startups
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Atlas Recall

A searchable photographic memory for your digital life

Paul Williamscreative problem solver · Written
Recall has become as important on my Mac as using the Finder. It has become - as they say on the website - my digital memory! I don't run my Mac without it!
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George HiltonI do something somewhere · Written
Why bookmark when you can search your web personal web traffic? Using Atlas Recall is like searching your inbox instead of putting emails in folders - it just makes more sense, and saves oodles of time!
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Just set it, forget it, and never forget anything else you should know from that moment forward. It's pretty fantastic!
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Niftio

Complete presentation platform for professionals

Roxana EfteneProduct Marketing Ninja · Written
Roxana Eftene made this product
Great way to create and deliver presentations
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very nice free presentation templates
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Useful tool for creating presentations.
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ProtonMail

End-to-end encrypted email - now on iOS & Android

Irina MarcopolProduct Marketing ProtonMail.com · Written
I found the best alternative to Gmail. Always thought encrypted email is a geek thing. But then, I found the best email service in the world and fell in love. I am a Proton now :)
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Grammarly

Clear, effective, mistake-free writing.

Ilya AzovtsevHelp sales team close more in less time · Written
Nice app :)
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Notion

Artificial intelligence-powered email.

DaylenStudent and Windows Insider in Vancouver · Written
The app is now called Trove. It is my daily driver email client. Works better on Android compared to the others I have tried in the past. Plus, it has Amazon Alexa integration.
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Serpstat

Content ideas from autocomplete suggestions

It's a must-have tool for content creators, I use it to find relevant topics for my blog posts.
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Revue

Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest

I think this was one of the first products I found on Ask PH. I love how easy their interface is. You can drag and drop items into a template. Carry a template layout over to the next issue. And my favorite, you can import links into an inbox with a Chrome extension. I just put together my first newsletter this weekend and I'm looking forward to doing more.
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EmailFinder

Get a valid email address with only a name & organization

S.RAjgopalSriex Technologies · Written
This is helpful for me to verify Emails.
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Unsplash 4.0

Free (do whatever you want) high-res photos

Igor AkulovEntrepreneur, Marketer & UX geek · Written
It's between this and Hardbound. Unsplash gave me so much value in and aesthetic pleasure from even simple browsing. Hardbound scratches my itch for immersive and unique storytelling (I'm a sucker for this kind of thing).
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GitHub Projects

GitHub takes on Trello with new project management tools

I got started into Git thanks to GitHub!
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Hackr

Product Hunt for programming tutorials.

Abhishek ChakravartySoftware Engineer @squareboat · Written
I find this tutorial handy whenever I need to learn any new programming language/framework etc.
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Wallcat

A beautiful wallpaper for your Mac, every day

Hari Mahesh2 Fashion Startups + 1 in Stealth · Written
The one app I've probably been consistently using since finding it on the first day I discovered the world of ProductHunt.
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Austin MarshallUser Acquisition, Ripl · Written
Gives my workspace a fresh look every day. Extremely well-curated.
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Showbox

Create amazing videos right in your browser

Carol Mc KeonCEO/Founder of DataKraft, TekTalent, Ent · Written
With very little effort, you can create pro videos, and box above your weight, its my canva for videos, Im loving it now,
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Sam CholeraFounder @ iSpy Sport Search · Written
Looking forward to try this, looks very nice
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f.lux

Adjusts your computer's display to adapt to the time of day

I came across f.lux few months back on PH and it has been really helpful and relaxing on eyes. It makes the colour of your computer's display adapt to the time of day.
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Nerdwax

Put a stop to slipping glasses

Kate42Community @ Product Hunt · Written
I'm such a huge fan of this product that whenever I talk about it, people frequently tell me that I sound like an infomercial. BUT GUYS, IT REALLY WORKS. Just put a pinch on the bridge / nose piece of your glasses and BAM no more slipping or constant glasses-pushing (formerly the bane of my existence). Couldn't recommend it more highly.
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Taskworld

Visual task management with chat and performance analytics.

I moved my team from 3 different apps (Asana, Trello, Slack) to a single one — Taskworld — that does all functions combined and more.
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