Our countdown is down to the final ten product launches of the year. Fun fact: The first two below are products of ex-Optimizely makers.
10. Rewind allows you to find anything you’ve seen, said, or heard (including from meetings) on your Mac.
“...I found myself using it on a daily basis. This is 10,000% better than scanning through browser history/spotlight search.”
9. Gamma lets you write like you would in a document, while formatting slides that you can restyle and adjust to create interactive presentations.
“...[L]ove how easy it is to make my memos and presentations beautiful with very little effort (non-designer here 🙋🏻♀️).”
8. Capture App is a photo app where creators have ownership over their content. Users can turn their photos or videos into NFTs with a few taps.
“I've used several similar apps designed to capture the moment, but never one that automatically converts my captures into NFTs, allowing them to live on the blockchain.”
7. Air for Teams automates the organization of your digital assets and lets your team work collaboratively with them.
“...[H]andling various creative assets… has been the bane of my existence. To have a company create an entirely new system geared towards my needs is a God send.”
6. Folk is a collaborative, customizable CRM that lets you centralize your contacts, organize contacts into groups, and build actionable views.
“I've been looking for a flexible way to keep track of contacts of different kinds for a long while, and @tiboel and the team are finally making it happen.”
Penpot brings design freedom to product teams
Collaboration between designers and developers can get messy. Penpot is a multiplayer, open-source design platform that makes it easy for everyone on your team to be part of the design process.
Open source + SVG and web standards = zero vendor lock-in. Penpot also offers cloud and self-host service, giving your team absolute freedom.
Bye-bye, design silos. 👋