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10 Hottest New Apps in July 2022 — ProductHunt Most Upvoted

10 Hottest New Apps in July 2022 — ProductHunt Most Upvoted

If you’re like us, you’re always on the lookout for the hottest new apps. 🔥 🤩

ProductHunt is a great place to discover the latest-and-greatest… and there are always new ones to discover!

But it can be difficult to keep up, so we went ahead and rounded up the ten hottest apps in July 2022 with the most upvotes on Product Hunt**.**

Read on to find out all about these exciting new apps!

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1. Locofy.ai

Turn Figma designs into code Tags: Design Tools, Developer Tools, No-Code PH Launch: 18.07.2022 Upvotes: 1,445▲

Image from Locofy.ai on ProductHunt

Locofy.ai is a tool that converts Figma designs to production-ready code. The developers say that helps builders launch 3–4x faster, which is awesome.

You can turn Figma designs into React, React Native, HTML-CSS, Next.js, and Gatsby. You can also tag responsive designs, make components, get a live-prototype and export code, or direct deploy.

Locofy.ai is currently free as a Beta version. Sweet. 😍

2. Beau 2.0

Automate workflows for repetitive customer-facing tasks Tags: Productivity, Task Management, Remote Work PH Launch: 24.07.2022 Upvotes: 1,276▲

Image from Beau 2.0 on ProductHunt

Beau 2.0 is a toolbox for building, visualizing, and automating customer-facing processes on the web.

Beau 2.0 lets companies collect forms, accept payments, keep updated, request details, and approve steps. If I understand correctly, it’s basically all the parts of your website a customer would interact with (except chat). Beau serves a wide range of industries, including law firms, real estate, and others.

Beau 2.0 costs 99$/month.

3. ruttl

Collect visual feedback directly on websites, PDFs & images Tags: Web App, Design Tools, Productivity PH Launch: 05.07.2022 Upvotes: 1,262▲

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ruttl is a website feedback tool that allows you to leave comments directly on live websites and make real-time CSS edits, so that you can share precise feedback with your team.

In addition to websites, ruttl also lets you share comments on web apps, PDFs, and images. If you’re working an a project with clients, you can even have them add comments without needing to sign up.

ruttle for individuals is free, paid plans start at 13$/month.

4. siter.io

Freehand design tool, no-code website builder Tags: Design Tools, Website Builder, No-Code PH Launch: 11.07.2022 Upvotes: 1,208▲

Image from Siter.io

Siter.io is a no-code website builder that lets you design and publish websites without code. It works by designing directly in the browser, freehand, using common tools you’re probably already familiar with.

It’s basically Figma (they even have a plugin), except in the end you get a live website. You even host the website directly with them. For anyone tired of Wordpress plugins and fiddly editing, this is an interesting one to check.

Siter.io’s pricing starts at 12$/month.

5. Cycle

Turn product feedback into customer love Tags: Productivity, Tech, No-Code PH Launch: 26.07.2022 Upvotes: 1,087▲

Image from Cycle

Cycle is a product management hub. It lets you capture customer feedback from various sources, connect them your product delivery toolset, and close the loop with customers at each release.

Cycle supports four steps in the customer feedback loop by connecting different tools: Capture customer feedback, connect the docs, collaborate in and outside Cycle, and close the feedback loop at each release. Very nice alliteration… 😄

At writing, Cycle is not yet available (waiting list), but they’re addressing a challenge we know well at Curiosity, so I’m excited to see it when it launches!

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6. TetaCMS

Low-code back-end solution to build amazing products Tags: Productivity, Developer Tools, GitHub PH Launch: 18.07.2022 Upvotes: 969▲

Image from Teta

Teta CMS is a platform with tools to help build applications. It provides a database, User authentication with social OAuth providers, Real-time subscriptions, Custom queries, Auto-generated docs, and an easy-to-use and responsive user interface.

If you’re looking to build and app and want to leave out a lot of the plumbing, Teta might be a good way to go!

Teta offers a free plan (“side projects”). Paid plans start at 12$/app/month.

7. Outverse

Forum and custom space builder, for your community Tags: Web App, Productivity, Community PH Launch: 19.07.2022 Upvotes: 943▲

Image from Outverse

Outverse is a community-management platform. It provides threaded forum-like conversations (like Discourse), custom doc types, and video.

Outverse is not yet released (waiting-list).

8. Laserfocus

Beautiful UX for Salesforce users Tags: Productivity, Sales PH Launch: 05.07.2022 Upvotes: 855▲

Image from Laserfocus

Laserfocus offers a more modern front-end for Salesforce. It aims to simplify sales processes by showing salespeople what they need to focus on and ensuring everything is in Salesforce.

Anyone who’s worked with Salesforce knows it can be a bit overwhelming. Nonetheless, 30$/month seems fairly expensive to me… especially since you still have to buy Salesforce to have a CRM.

Laserfocus offers a free plan for individuals. Paid plans start at 30$/month.

9. The Social App

Monetized Group Chat Tags: Messaging, Platformers, Tech PH Launch: 06.07.2022 Upvotes: 828▲

Image from The Social App

The Social App lets you monetize your followers in a paid chat (as opposed to a paid newsletter). It provides end-to-end encrypted, subscription-based Group Chat with a vanity URL. It’s easy to set up, and offers apps for iOS and Android.

However, if you have a large following you might want to check your options: The Social App takes 15% of subscription revenues.

10. JD Generator

Craft expert job descriptions in seconds Tags: Hiring, Productivity, Marketing PH Launch: 07.07.2022 Upvotes: 789▲

Image from HireQuotient on ProductHunt

JD Generator is an automatic Job Description generator. It’s a free tool offered by HireQuotient, a company that offers SaaS and services to optimize hiring. JD Generator lets you select from a range of jobs and options, and generates a job description you can post online.

It’s free, so what’s not to like!?

Wrap-up

And there they are — the hottest apps on ProductHunt in July!

It’s notable that most them were tools-for-builders (developers and marketers). They were less for the rest of us trying to get work done in an office. That might be the type of app that’s popular on ProductHunt… or maybe it’s a fluke. Let us know what you think in the comments!

Anyway, we hope you found an app or two that help you with your next project. And in the meantime, you can get more productive with Curiosity! 😉

Methodological Note

There are several ways to interpret: “Hottest in the month”. In case you’re wondering, here’s how we put together the list:

  • Check most-upvoted list every day this month (ProductHunt Time Travel)

  • Check upvotes as of the day of collection (1st of the following month)

  • Select 10 apps with the most upvotes

That means the list is slightly biased towards apps that launched earlier in the month (more time to collect votes). However, since it contains apps from the entire month, we feel that small imprecision is acceptable. Upvote counts are from the day we pulled the data.

We also removed any projects related to NFTs, blockchains and Web3. If you’re confused why, check out @web3isgreat or @smdiehl on Twitter.

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