Product Hunt Weekly Digest
May 20th, 2018

This tweet drove 100,000 downloads ๐Ÿ˜ณ
This single tweet drove 100,000 app downloads in one weekend. ๐Ÿ˜ณ
Be My Eyes is pretty nifty - it connects blind and visually-impaired users around the world who are having trouble with a specific task - like reading the expiration date on a carton of milk โ€“ with a community of over 1M+ volunteers around the world.
You'll get push notifications every time somebody needs help. Download today for iOS and Android and start helping. ๐Ÿค—
Technology should make the world more empathetic, and Be My Eyes isn't the only one:
๐Ÿ™‹ Give out HandUp Gift Cards to homeless in your neighborhood, redeemable for essentials like toiletries, clothes, and housing.
๐Ÿ‘‚ Ava makes any conversation accessible for deaf. The demo video is crazy impressive (and got 2k+ upvotes!).
๐Ÿค– Microsoft's Seeing AI is a talking camera for the blind.
๐ŸŽฎ The Xbox Adaptive Controller was designed specifically so gamers with limited mobility can experience all of your favorites.
Be My Eyes ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ
The new Google News is here for iOS and Android, announced last week at Google's annual developer conference.

Powered by AI, the app delivers the most important stories of the day using a now familiar story-like format.

This isn't the only app trying to reinvent the way we consume #content:

Swiipe News was built by a 14-year-old developer, with a Tinder-esque interface to discover stories from 50+ favorite news sources.

Ground finds the best local news, built by a NASA engineer.

Citizen is replacing the local news, delivering notifications of nearby robberies, murders, and naked thieves (no joke).

Unfiltered News organizes stories on a map based on what each country is talking about to break outside your filter bubble.

Sip delivers the most important tech news at 5pm each day. Itโ€™s probably the great app of all time.

If you can't get enough content, we have just the link for you. โœจ