Your interest search engine

#5 Product of the DayMarch 04, 2018

Laserlike is the best way to discover the world's most interesting content for all topics. You're in full control of your Laserlike feed.

  • Kilkonie
    KilkonieI make thing that don't suck.

    The best tool for tracking specific interests.


    Lots of updates, UX changes have been pretty dramatic.

    I used it to keep track of company acquisitions as well as topics like game cheats, mushroom farming and product recalls. Then I expanded my interest lists include things like "charcuterie" and "michelin star restaurants in sf". Everything works really well.

    The team has a crawler or indexer that doing realtime search and seems to be tracking social media as well. My interests are persistent and I can follow anything. I think was one of the top products Twitter was musing about building in 2017, but didn't.

    Kilkonie has used this product for one week.
  • Pros: 

    Personalized news feed, friendly interface, continuing to adapt


    Not much focus in it's current state - kind of a general app

    The app has very promising potential, looking forward to watching it develop and find some stability with a solid use-case that makes me want to open it daily

    Brian Harrington has used this product for one month.
Hi all, thanks for hunting. We look forward to all your feedback as we are improving the app constantly.
Meet Laserlike — a new app to search and follow all your interests! ✌️
@guillaumebardet this sounds like the complete opposite of duck duck go?
@tannerhchung I personally use it more as a ‘newsfeed’ not so much a browser!
Would like to see the app target newer API's on Android. For example: it still asks for permissions even before installing
@pluslucas_ hi Lucas, we are planning for that in a future release.
Been using it only for the last two days, but it's been incredible so far. Really enjoy the layout and responsiveness on the iPhone X. Also really enjoy the in-line targeted CTAs to follow related categories.
Looks awesome just tried it. (I am using the app on OP3T android) There seems some UI issues like padding may be you can fix them soon :) Let me know if you need screenshots for the same. Few queries: Is this built in react native? I had clicked on few article it has 2 options, one is web and other is the reader. In reader do you scrape the article and render?
@evivz Please do send us screen shots if you find specific issues. You can send it to Yes, it is react native.