No matter what you’re working on, you can guarantee that there’s a cool app, resource, or service that will help you do it faster, better, and cheaper. And so every month we post this roundup of the most exciting new tools we’ve found in the previous four weeks.
This month, the AI revolution continues with tons of tools backed by AI. But that’s not all; you’ll also find business apps, marketing tools, and services to help you grow a startup. Enjoy!
The Org is a new way of attracting top talent to your startup. Use it to showcase your existing team, show candidates where they fit, and highlight the roles you have available.
Fibery is a streamlined, all-in-one solution for guiding your startup from idea to MVP. Manage your project using a roadmap, CRM, research, and feedback tools.
Ordinary Prompts for Ordinary People
Ordinary Prompts for Ordinary People is a collection of ChatGPT prompts to help maximize the use you get out of AI. Explore prompts, upvote, and collect the prompts that work best for you.
Sociality is a marketing platform for managing your social media channels. It allows you to schedule content, analyze performance, and monitor your competitors.
Swimm is a streamlined method of documenting internal code and making it searchable inside an IDE. You can share notes across development teams and keep everything in sync.
WebWave is a no-code drag-and-drop website builder that doesn’t rely on grids to layout elements. Designs are fully responsive and can be animated.
BlogHunch is a brand-new blogging platform. It’s SEO-optimized and based on a no-code design tool, so you can express yourself exactly as you’d like to without worrying about server stuff.
Rayst is a browser extension for Chrome that lets you see the facts behind websites. You can see their technology stack, traffic, funding, and more.
Morise is an AI-powered tool to help you conquer YouTube. It uses data drawn from the most successful YouTube channels so you, too, can go viral.
GhostWrite is a simple tool that uses AI to compose emails for you. So whether you’re quitting a job or applying for a promotion, it’s an excellent way to hit the right tone.
Week is a task management tool with many features to help you control your work life. Create tasks, tag them for different projects, view your day, and see how you perform over the week.
Ivory is a brand new social media client for Mastodon from the makers of the universally-loved Tweetbot. It’s currently early-access and iOS only.
Mirror is a flexible platform for publishing content using web3 technologies. For example, publish a blog, creative writing, and community updates, and tie it together with Ethereum.
Fonty.io is a handy little tool for analyzing the fonts being used on a website. Simply enter the URL, and the site will spit out the fonts, and their weights, and styles.
Slope is a payment solution for businesses that provides flexible payment solutions for B2B transactions. In addition, there’s built-in fraud prevention, and it’s easy to integrate into existing payment flows.
Humanic is a service that allows you to uncover the sign-ups that never convert, so you can focus on the ones that do.
ToolJet is an open-source platform for developing internal tools. The low-code app constructor has built-in UI components, a drag-and-drop builder, and linked multi-page apps.
Pais is a new family of fonts from Latinotype that contains 36 styles and weights ranging from Thin to Black.
Kodezi is a helpful tool for coders that debugs, corrects, and guides your programming, so you produce higher-quality code.
Astro is a web framework that has just been released in version 2. It is designed to work with the tools you already use, like React and Vue.