Share your product here to get support, feedback, users (w/c 14 October)
Hi Makers! This thread is dedicated to you if you are: (1) launching soon or recently launched (2) looking for beta users (3) asking for feedback on a landing page First, start by helping out another maker. You can check out their launch, give their product a review or share a comment on their launch post. Once you've helped someone else out, share your product link here and BE SPECIFIC about who your target audience is and how we can help. 🙏🏽
Helping websites convert more!
Hi all, Thanks, @abadesi for starting this thread. We are working on a product called Browsee. You can check it out at: https://browsee.io Browsee is a tool to help applications in understanding and giving flawless experience to their users via session recordings, heatmaps, and widgets. Browsee automatically tags interesting user sessions which reduces the client's effort to watch sessions to 1%. It gives easy to customize widgets which can be triggered when user experience is hurt to improve their experience in real-time. We are also working on a Chrome Extension to get easy insights overlaid with the client's product for 10x usability. It would be great if you can give us any feedback or suggestions!
web engineer and indie hacker
@abadesi @shraddhasrivastava Hey - I've just checked the site, my first impression was that the product is described in easy and understandable way. Most important features are pointed with images. That's really nice. What caught my attention was the landing page design. I personally don't like that gradient on top bar. I would also suggest focus on some details like vertically centering navigation in top bar, adding some paddings - for example in the top section and sign up button. There are some rounded and some sharp borders. Would be good to unify that and put some work on colors. Again, I just personally don't feel well with that blue/violet combination. Keep working and good luck!
Head of Product & Engineering Postman
Hello everyone, Super grateful for this thread @abadesi. I have built a dev/testing tool for Android developers/testers, called Viwr (https://viwr.app) *Why Viwr?* Viwr aims at bridging the gaps in the current android app development ecosystem. *Gaps in the current ecosystem* - Emulator sucks. Even if they are x86 emulators, they can't really emulate the actual device experience. - Using different Android SDK tools is super complicated, which should not be the case. - Developers have to go through a lot of complicated configurations for simulating external factors like location, battery, network etc. - There is no one single report that we can look at to measure the performance of an Android app. *The core mission of Viwr is* - Help developers to use their Android devices as a complete App Development tool. - Give an all in one solution to quantify the performance of their Android app. - One click mocking of Location, Battery, Network conditions for the Android device. *Upcoming features* - Automated security checks for APK. - All in one network inspector. No more complicated setup (Charles proxy, Wireshark) *Steps to install* - Currently Viwr is available for mac. - Open https://viwr.app on your mac device. - Click on Download, to download Viwr .dmg file.
Web Designer & Front-End Developer
Hi Makers, My company, Nsenes, is developing a platform and mobile apps that help to detect diseases before their first symptoms appear. Describing a problem we want to solve, I need to draw your attention to the term Disease Detection Delay. In brief, the detection delay is the time interval between the onset of symptoms and a diagnose confirmation. It needs to be said that the detection delay for chronic diseases will make you concerned. The detection delay for diabetes is more than 6 years now. And it takes 2 years and 3 or 4 specialists to recognize high blood pressure, 7 years for lung cancer, up to a year for cardiovascular disease and diagnosis is often confirmed once severe damage to the heart has already taken place. And more importantly, some age-related diseases are impossible to cure. I mean that people won't be able to return their health to the state they didn't have this disease. At the same time, we're worried that the interest in the preventive maintenance won't be high. Even here our product in upcoming gathered got few subscribers. So I'd love to know what you think, and if you think this could be useful for you, or not! Here's the link https://www.producthunt.com/upco... And our site https://nsenes.health/
@sfrostwick Great question so far. It worth to say that It's difficult to be short answering this question. Our solution is all about data. 1. We use non-personalized lab test results for learning neural networks. We compare these results with the doctor's interpretation 2. User data: - surveys help us to understand lifestyle habits that is proven to affect personal health (family disease history, personal history, personal habits, etc) - results of lab test and medical exams (ultrasounds, MRI) which our user passed in past - results of recommended exams based on personal risks. The last two points may be added manually or download from labs.
@morethan1 Thanks for mentioning this! We take personal data security seriously. Our platform relies on well-known industry adopted third party services to handle authentication and personal data. We use Auth 0 and don’t store PII in our backend. User data is secured on the physical level by Google Cloud Platform. I will add this point to the description.
Product Lead at GetASAP
Hi everyone, https://getasap.ai ASAP is a NO-NONSENSE group communication for enterprises and startups. It comes bundled with AURA - a personal assistant for employees to execute trivial workplace requests without the need to write an email, or meet with the HR. With ASAP, what we are trying to achieve is: - Make group communication As Short As Possible - Complete HR processes/requests As Soon As Possible Introducing Talk Wallet: Talk Wallet is the force behind driving meaningful conversations. With every message you send, you lose points from the Talk Wallet. With every meaningful contribution in the group, which others like, you earn points into the Talk Wallet. You get daily credit as well for marking attendance that you can redeem for sending messages in the group. Currently, we are in FREE BETA!! Yes, you read it right. You can use your work email to start a free trial immediately and get started for your team or company. Write to us at email@example.com if you don't have a work email and are using a generic email service - we will set up an account for you! We are looking for early adopters, providing us with the right feedback to go ahead and build on our roadmap. These early adopters get the existing functionality FREE for ONE YEAR as and when we keep releasing additional features to the product. So, Get it ASAP - https://getasap.ai
#nocode maker of things
Hey all! Reece here from Treefort. We recently just launched and were lucky enough to get Product #3 of the day, and we're really interested in getting more feedback from Product Hunt users. Treefort is a roadmap and feedback tool that helps you build the right product by collecting, prioritizing & implementing feedback from all your stakeholders. We're getting a lot of love from SaaS companies, and we'd love to hear your feedback on the following: 1) Would you use it? 2) More importantly would you pay for it (see our pricing at treeforthq.com/pricing 3) What don't you like/can we improve? Thanks a lot for the help! Check it out here: https://www.treeforthq.com and grab a free trial for 14 days to test (no CC required). Reece
CEO @ Get Kelvin 🚀
@sendpilot1 Hey Reece! Treeloft has a super sleek landing page, and 1) I would definitely *want* to use it. 2) As an early stage startup with budget limitations, I would probably look for a free alternative first - although the price is reasonable for a small team paying annually. We currently use Miro as our roadmap tool - it takes more time to set up, but we don't pay for it. 3) I took a look at Treefort's roadmap and I didn't understand what the color labels stood for. Also, I would like a calendar view of the roadmap.
CEO @ Get Kelvin 🚀
Hey everyone! Myself and my team are launching Get Kelvin on Product Hunt this Thursday! We're building a new internet - one rated and curated by humans. With Get Kelvin you can rate and review websites, discover new sites, and organize websites into collections. Here's our link: https://www.producthunt.com/upco... I would love to know, before we launch: 1. What you think about the on-boarding experience (https://beta.getkelvin.com) 2. What you think about our Discover Page. (https://beta.getkelvin.com/sites) 3. If you have any other feedback for us!! Thanks in advance! Angela
Software Engineer, Advantage Integrate…
Hi Everyone, Thank you @abadesi for creating this thread. I am in the process of launching ShipScoop and I am looking for Beta Testers and Feedback on the product. https://shipscoop.com ShipScoop automates project status updates to your clients by sending Branded emails using you Git Commit messages. For any developers out there, mostly freelancers who have to juggle between updating your clients doing the actual tasks at hand. Shipscoop basically allows you to generate Status Updates without changing your workflow, making messages like "Hey!..." and "Any updates on the app?..." a thing of the past. My co-founder and I have been using this personally for our clients for 2 months now and our clients love it and we set this up and basically don't think of updating clients any more. It just happens. It gives clients' observability into your work and gives them peace of mind that you are actually working and at the same time, letting them know where in the process you are. You have the ability to hide commit messages from the reports, you can send reports on any day of the week and everyday if you want. The frequency is up to you. It is meant to be a set it up and leave it service and if there are no updates, no email goes out. I would love to hear thoughts on this service, ways that it can be improved and use cases that we might not have covered. It is free to use. Check it out!
Creative Director @ Karmabot.chat
Remote jobs in the sectors that matter
Hi there, I recently launched our app (Evidence Base) on PH. It helps researchers assess the strength of evidence (data, research papers etc). PH has brought a new kind of user and they seem to be keen on using it to resolve debates. We've created some evidence board templates to cater to this new use case - we call them competing hypothesis templates. Here's how it works: instead of being stuck in an endless debate where your echo chamber reinforces your view, you collaboratively judge the information that each side bases their beliefs/hypothesis on. You judge the evidence together, and the strongest evidence wins. Please take a look and give feedback: http://bit.ly/EvidenceBase19 . The process is based on ideas and research from academia, intelligence and policy circles. If you trust in rational thinking and believe that an honest assessment of the data is the right way to make-up your mind, Evidence Base is for you.
@tyclimateguy please check that your "learn more" links go to an article to learn more and not to the login page. a very interesting concept to resolve evidence disputes in an app. i have seen this done in several applications, with headings like "for" and "against". interesting to see where this goes
Just a maker who's curious about magnets
https://contact.do - Contact form in a link I've always been reluctant to write my email address in comments, so most of the time I don't post that comment. I don't want to feed the spam bots with my email address. That's how I came up with the idea for Contact.do What do you think about it? Would you use it? Please let me know: https://contact.do/toni
@tonixx It's an interesting idea. But I'm also agree with Alex about the design. I personally didn't like it. I can understand exactly what it does, but I'm pretty sure most people will have difficulty understanding what it offers exactly (with such a high price). Maybe a short animated demonstration of the process or a couple of graphics could helps them to get it.
Working on Mon
Hey there! 👋 We're building Belhana, a floor management service for restaurants that lets people do everything they can do inside a restaurant—browse menus, order, call servers, pay and more—using only their phones. What we're trying to do is to make running a restaurant extremely efficient. It works by giving customers and restaurants the tools to instantly communicate with each other. For example, by checking-in using a QR code, customers can send an order without having to wait for a waiter/waitress. What do you think of the idea as a Goer? Do you think it is something you would use regularly, or you prefer the human interaction? Also if you're into the restaurant business: Do you think we're missing something here? Can Belhana operate hand in hand with full-blown POS without being an inconvenience? Here is our upcoming page, subscribe! https://www.producthunt.com/upco...
Communication and security
Hi! Our product is MyChat — a secure instant messaging system for corporate networks (https://www.producthunt.com/@nss... ) We do not have that many foreign users (we are from Ukraine) who cant tell us about our major flaws. So, if you want to test it and give some feedback, MyChat has a free version for this. Official website — https://nsoft-s.com/en/aboutmych...
Co-founder of Avion
Hey Product Hunt 👋 We're planning on launching our app very soon (this week!) and would love to hear your thoughts and any feedback or suggestions that you may have. Really appreciate it! I'm one of the makers of Avion, an app for agile teams that helps you plan and build software more effectively by giving you a way to visualise your entire product from the perspective of your users. Check us out here: https://avion.io Cheers, Tim.
Maker of awesome things 😎
@morethan1 Hey Alex! Cool idea. One thing about the landing page that tripped me up was the title "How It Could Look." I'm confused by the "could," and it almost makes it feel like the product is uncertain of how it would be used. Are you seeing this being mostly used by shop owners with multiple lines and designers that they carry, so the AI would be pulling together outfits from the entire inventory?
Maker of awesome things 😎
@sarahloertscher "Are you seeing this being mostly used by shop owners with multiple lines and designers that they carry, so the AI would be pulling together outfits from the entire inventory?" - Yes exactly. I made the "could look" statement since depending on what backend the ecomm is based on, it will look different. My app will make outfit matches; but it will be up to the shop owner on how they choose to implement this on their platform. I'm trying to tackle one thing at a time :)
Co-founder at Zeppelin Labs
Hey there! 👋 @abadesi great thread 🤩 I'm Alejandro co-founder of flager.io Flager is a Canva style drag-n-drop editor that let you create interactive web experiences so you can know the interests of your clients or prospects. These experiences can then be published to WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook, etc. We collect every interaction that people have with your content. You can then use this data to micro-segment these people in future campaigns. We have seen amazing conversions in tests we have done with different businesses. You can watch a sneak peek of the product in our improvised web https://www.flager.io And here you can watch some finished experiences created with our editor 1: https://drive.google.com/open?id... 2: https://drive.google.com/open?id... 3: https://drive.google.com/file/d/... I'd love to know what you think, and if you think this could be useful for you. We are still under development and hoping to lunch on ProductHunt in early 2020.
Hey everyone ! It's my first time on product hunt, and this post seems perfect to start, thanks for it ! We just started working on MailView, a new way to display emails with flexibility and collaboration. We were inspired by the flexibility of Notion, the collaboration adapted for emails available on FrontApp and all the smart features we can find on Gmail but not really on Outlook or Apple Mail. We're currently working on the market interest and we're looking for early adopters. You can subscribe on our landing page if you search a modern mail client like we do and if you want to work with us on this product : https://mailview.app/?ref=phm1 I'd love to know what you think of this idea and also what you think of our landing. I'm sure we can make a new kind of mail client with your reviews and ideas ! Check it out : https://mailview.app/?ref=phm1
Something Awesome Coming Soon
Hey Everyone, We just launched our extension StarGaze Social Movie Reviews. Basically Goodreads for Movies. We're trying to bring context into online reviews in order for people to make better informed viewing decisions. Sharing reviews is 10x faster and easier than any alternative and we're still building out a web app to make it easier to interact with our friends. I'd love to know what you guys think and if you could test it out. https://chrome.google.com/websto...
Founder @ UserLoop
Hey everyone! Finally went live with the product I've been working on on Friday, managed to get quite a few signups over the weekend and work out a few post-launch kinks. Felix AI is tool which converts any article or blog post into a video trailer, insta-type story and audio summary. It would be great if anyone has a moment to give it a test drive and let me know your thoughts, I'm continually making tweaks based on what people are saying so anything is super helpful. Free sign up is at https://app.gofelix.ai/create-ac... 🙌