Are you constantly searching the Internet for the most innovative new apps, tools, and websites to test out and share with your Product Hunt, where post their best finds and the community discusses and votes for its favorite new apps and . (In case you missed it, here’s last week’s edition.) Between 600 and 800 reportedly use the site — a great testament to its ability to surface products that would otherwise fly under most people’s radars.Each week, we look at the crowdsourced links posted to a website called
Product Hunt offers a look at what’s new every day on its homepage, and anyone can submit a product for others to comment on and upvote.can either sign up for emails to be updated on the community’s best finds or can check back each day to see what turns up. The products posted each day collect upvotes, which partially factor into the order in which the posts are ranked at the end of the day.
Each day’s posts are kept separate from the next so that users can return to look back at what’s been popular over the past week or month, or check the site daily to see what’s new. Each listing includes a link to the product’s website and often contains other related links, like its page in theor recent media coverage. Users can join a discussion in the comments section for each product, and founders often join in on the conversation to answer questions or solicit feedback from early adopters.
We looked at the top-ranked new apps and innovations on Product Hunt last week and checked out the top two products that surfaced each day. (We added a bonus one to make 15, adding the product with the most upvotes that wasn’t in first or second place on the day it was posted.) Upvote counts do change constantly, but all of ours were recorded as of the time of writing on Monday.