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10 Hottest New Apps You Don’t Know Yet (August 2022)

10 Hottest New Apps You Don’t Know Yet (August 2022)

Meet the 10 hottest apps this month — via ProductHunt.

Remember the last time you found a great new app and it saved you a bunch of time? Can you imagine finding 10 of them!? 🤯

We can! Welcome to the latest roundup of the latest-and-greatest apps this month. 😎 ✨

Are you ready? Here come the ten hottest apps in August 2022 according to popular demand on ProductHunt!

Keep reading to discover more about these great new apps!

If you’re into productivity apps, why not download Curiosity for free?

1. Gamma

**Write like a doc, present like a deck **Tags: Design Tools, Web App, Productivity PH Launch: 17.08.2022 Upvotes: 2038 ▲

Image from Gamma on ProductHunt

Gamma is a tool that helps you share and present your work. With this app, you can create engaging presentations, memos, briefs, and docs — with no need to download or install anything, just go online!

And you can also share your creations live or async — perfect for team collaboration!

It has a complimentary Starter plan, and you can also enjoy the Pro version for free during beta.

2. Xnapper

**Take beautiful screenshots instantly **Tags: Design Tools, No-Code, macOS PH Launch: 23.08.2022 Upvotes: 1776 ▲

Image from Xnapper

Xnapper is the tool you were looking for to capture the prettiest screenshots ever! With this app, you can instantly create the perfect customizable screenshot and share it with everyone. The app also allows you to save multiple presets — which can come in handy for regular users.

All features are available for free on a macOS version, apart from removing the watermark — for that, you can now buy the license key at a decent launch discount.

3. DhiWise 2.0

Convert Figma designs into Flutter 3.0 & React code rapidly Tags: Developer Tools, Productivity, Tech PH Launch: 29.08.2022 Upvotes: 1601 ▲

Image from DhiWise 2.0 on ProductHunt

If you are into programming automation, DhiWise 2.0 is the right tool for you. This DevTool generates component-driven code with advanced design management for you to build from basic to advanced apps.

All you need to do is sync your Figma designs with DhiWise and you can already customize your UI properties and manage components — with real-time rendering!

Best of all? The app is free with no trial period.

4. timeOS by Magical

The fastest meeting notes experience for Chrome Tags: Chrome Extensions, Productivity, Calendar PH Launch: 16.08.2022 Upvotes: 1535

Image from timeOS by Magical

Looking for a Chrome Extension that will ease the calendar overload? Look no further: timeOS by Magical is here.

With this productivity app, you can streamline your meeting workflow, see your upcoming meetings, and instantly take notes — directly in Chrome tabs!

Keep an eye out for the launch of the full-service collaborative calendar later this year.

5. earth.fm Browser Extension

Listen to calming nature sounds straight in your browser* *Tags: Health & Fitness, Productivity, Nature PH Launch: 26.08.2022 Upvotes: 1506 ▲y

Image from earth fm on ProductHunt

Earth.fm is a non-profit, free streaming service where you can listen to hundreds of high-quality nature sounds, calm your nervous system, and enhance your focus.

This browser plugin features field recording artists from around the Earth and is a great catch to meditate or relax.

The developers are also creating a fundraising platform for local, grassroots charities that support the conservation and restoration of our natural world.

Worth a try!

Intermission: Curiosity

If you’re into productivity apps, why not download Curiosity for free

Curiosity is a productivity tool that gives you one search tool for all your files and apps. That saves time and lets you avoid frustrating searches.

Curiosity: One search for everything

Curiosity connects with the tools you already use, including your files and messages as well as cloud apps like Dropbox or Slack. Unlike other search apps, it keeps all your data safe on your computer.

Curiosity is available for free on Windows and Mac. You can also get a free trial of Curiosity Pro for unlimited sources and search-in-files.

So why not download Curiosity today?

6. Upword

Transform any content into your knowledge Tags: Chrome Extensions, Productivity, Artificial Intelligence PH Launch: 25.08.2022 Upvotes: 1505 ▲

Image from Upword on ProductHunt

Upword is a summarization tool for knowledge workers. It shortens articles to save you time, increase retention, and enhance your knowledge.

The developers claim that Upword can cut your reading time by 85% and allow you to learn 10x faster.

With a free 7-day trial and a special coupon for the ProductHunt community of 50% off, it sounds worth a try.

**7.*+ Sprig Concept & Usability Testing

**Test concepts and prototypes before you build **Tags: Design Tools, User Experience, UX Design PH Launch: 04.08.2022 Upvotes: 1284 ▲

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Sprig is a product research tool. They launched a new feature: Sprig Concept & Usability Testing that lets you test your ideas, designs, and prototypes in minutes, before you write a line of code.

You can select the participants and conduct unmoderated tests from 14 new templates. This way you can build user-centric products and evaluate the effectiveness of your designs pre- and post-release.

There is a free plan for lightweight research studies, and they also do enterprise custom packages — all to ensure that your product launch will be a success!

8. Viral Post Generator

Write the perfect LinkedIn post with AI Tags: Marketing, Artificial Intelligence, LinkedIn PH Launch: 17.08.2022 Upvotes: 1125 ▲

Image from Viral Post Generator on ProductHunt

Imagine an app that has analyzed more than 100,000 viral posts on LinkedIn and you get the amazing Viral Post Generator. It will create any inspirational post for LinkedIn with the right amount of cringeness — so that you can also go viral online! **🎉

This fun tool is free, and you can use it directly from your browser — it has never been that easy to flourish on LinkedIn.

9. Chptr

Gather, share and hold memories of loved ones lost Tags: Health & Fitness, Community, Network PH Launch: 24.08.2022 Upvotes: 1123 ▲

Image from Chptr on ProductHunt

Chptr is an app to honor and celebrate the lives of those we’ve lost. In social media times, our communities are more spread out than ever, connected digitally, so the usual ways of celebrating one’s life and gathering memories and glories also need to change.

That’s where this Chptr begins. Its goal is to help communities create lasting legacies and tributes for people they love after they die, and to bring people together.

You can invite members of your community to share their stories, photos, or videos of your loved ones, and access insights about them based on their contributions.

The developers advise that all the content is safe and never sold or advertised on.

10. Docusaurus 2.0

Build great docs websites, focus on your content Tags: Productivity, Open Source, Developer Tools PH Launch: 01.08.2022 Upvotes: 1096 ▲

Image from Docusaurus 2.0 on ProductHunt

Docusaurus 2.0 is an app by Meta which allows you to save time and focus on text documents by writing them with MDX and the app will build them into static HTML files ready to be served.

Built using React, this tool is also great for the translation and localization of your docs. As an extra feature, you can maintain all versions of your documents and keep them in sync with new project releases.

All of that for free!

Wrapping up

What a great selection of apps on ProductHunt in August!

While it still has some tools-for-builders, the list also brings great apps for the public in general to improve on productivity and health aspects, including in the community sense. Good to know that this is currently popular on ProductHunt.

We hope you found an app or two that will help you with your next project on the list. Let us know in the comments!

And in the meantime, you can always get more productive with Curiosity! 😉

Methodological note

There are many 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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