His app is fun to use, but still a bit rough around the edges and in need of a better user interface. Plus, because it was built before Product Hunt’s forthcoming API became available, it’s not able to actually push your upvotes to Product Hunt as you may expect. Instead, those votes just add your “liked” products to a list of favorites in the app.Product Hunt’s Official App Coming Soon
But while ProducTind is more of an MVP at this point, a more polished version of Product Hunt for mobile is soon on the way.
Hoover says the official Product Hunt app is being built with help from David McKinney, an Australian app designer and developer who previously built apps like Discovr and the Flipcase, and Andreas Klinger, an entrepreneur and developer from Europe known for work in the fields of product analytics and metrics.
Starting today, Product Hunt users are able to sign up to get on the list for early access to the iOS app beta build, before the app launches publicly in the App Store in early to mid-August. You can do so here.
For those unfamiliar with Product Hunt, the site has been gaining steam over the past several months, becoming a daily must-read for those in the tech industry.
While tech news sites – like TechCrunch – offer more of a mix of breaking news, startup launches, fundings and other reviews, Product Hunt is solely focused on the water cooler-like discussions taking place around products, whether brand new or more “new to you.”
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