Venture Spotlight: 28 June 19

I like supporting indie hackers. Here's a couple of awesome projects that independent coders/designers are making. If you like them, show your support by sharing on your social media, subscribing to the author and trying out their free plans.

Fluut by QuantumApp

I discovered this using a new service  It originally comes via Reddit. The Fluut app looks super cool. Quite a lot of work to get it to this state, here's how he built it,

"I'm using a custom back end built with Python's Flask but that's it".  

Yes it is only a promo, but hey looks pretty awesome.  Look at those emoji options - must have quite a bit of logic going on behind-the-scenes. Mean.

⭐️ Subscribe to the Fluut beta here. by Charles

This tool is really awesome and massive time saver. Basically sends me a weekly round-up of my favourite Reddit threads, saving me crap loads of time. The landing page is super cool, I like the design. Charles is doing a great job of bringing this project to life by interacting directly with early customers. He is asking great questions about usability - try it out and help out an indie hacker.

Kingi Gilbert

Kingi Gilbert

Producer. Ex-Saatchi & Saatchi, ex-Video Game Producer. Director Ignite Studios. Studied Entrepreneurship Acceleration @ Wharton, and Advertising & Marketing @ A.U.T.
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