Product Hunt Daily Digest
January 17th, 2019

And the Golden Kitty Award Winners are...🏆
All the winners

The 4th annual Golden Kitty Awards have come to an end. You nominated 12,000 products across 22 categories, casting tens of thousands of upvotes to select the winners.

So without further ado, here are the 2018 Golden Kitty winners in each of the 22 product categories.

🌟 Product of the Year: Tik Tok

📱 Mobile App of the Year: Shortcuts

🛠 Hardware Product of the Year: Apple Watch Series 4

😎 AR Product of the Year: Wanna Nails

🌍 Social Impact Product of the Year: Matter

🏡 Smart Home Product of the Year: Google Home Hub

🌚 Side Project Product of the Year: MacBook Alarm

🔐 Privacy Focused Product of the Year: 1.1.1.1 by Cloudflare

🐈 Made with the ProductHunt API: Maker.rocks

⚡ ️Lifehack Product of the Year: History Search

💪 Health & Fitness Product of the Year: RocketBody

📚 Founder Book of the Year: MAKE Book

💰 Fintech Product of the Year: BUY ME A COFFEE

🌈 Diversity Product of the Year: Diversify Tech

🤖 AI & Machine Learning Product of the Year: OneSoil Map

🔉 Audio & Voice Product of the Year: Krisp

⛓ Crypto Product of the Year: Coinbase Wallet

🖋 Design Tool of the Year: Draftium

🖥 Dev Tool of the Year: Prettier

🙀 WTF Product of the Year: Die With Me

Check out the winners, runner ups and honorable mentions in all 22 categories here. We also gave out two data-driven (non-voting) awards for Community Member of the Year and Maker of the Year.

Congrats to all makers for building awesome things in 2018. 😺

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