Readable / mobile-friendly live coding streams
Some developers broadcast their coding sessions on Twitch. Awesome! But most are hard to follow on mobile screens because of low font size. Interested in curating mobile-friendly coding streams?
Doozyrama Map (now iOS only)
Crowdsourcing map, that reflects people' interaction with the world around (tracks where you literally have been) and contains places added by Experts and people. Alternative to existing Maps.
Cheapest Flight Search Robot
Flight search for digital nomads. Define start and end destination and time range. We send every day a email with cheapest flights in period.
Looking For Group
A social network that focuses on forming groups of a fixed number to execute on big and small ideas, projects, and start-ups.
Decreasing Productivity Alert
How many times you go on a website "just for this thing" and finally you do nothing for hours? This extension would alert you when you're spending too much time on a site based on a list you defined
Collaborative Q&A notepad
As a freelancer, I often have to ask many questions at a time to my clients. Problems: how to keep track of replies and send reminders for missing replies? Solution: a web UI for replies + reminders.
requirement gathering by sharing check list form.
Every time client pitch - "I need android app" and then all questionnaire get started for requirement gathering. A web app where we can specify all questions and share that link with a client.
Highlights from Instapaper + Kindle + Evernote
A simple page that lists all the quotes and wise words I highlighted from Instapaper, Kindle and Evernote, in one place, for inspiration and motivation.
Minimal Viable Page
A product like 500error.co but not just for error pages. It would allow you to create simple pages where you can collect leads by email and get feedback. It could be used as an MVP to evaluate ideas.
Educational resources curation
Community-submitted and community-curated free online resources to learn a skill or toolset. You could also sign up and keep track of your progress of learning a skill.
A web platform for developers to keep (and optionally share) a diary/log of their learnings, like if they were tweeting while working.
Survey Responses Browser
Gather feedback using a Google Form => read each user feedback individually, in a nice-looking full-screen layout, including the gravatar of the person, and a conversation panel to keep it going.
"Next step" for Trello cards
Google Chrome extension that displays the next actionnable step under the title of each card, when visiting a Trello board. The next actionnable step of a card is the first unchecked checklist item.
Snooze a calendar event from mobile
Sometimes I get a bit late on the tasks I scheduled in my calendar, I would like to move some of them to a later free spot. Using a swipe-to-snooze gesture (like Google Inbox) would be great!
500 Error Page to Not Miss Leads
My side projects server crash sometimes over night while I'm sleeping. I want to create a service for 500 error pages where a new user can add his email to get notified when it's back online.
Online security footprint
A service you use to login to any website. This service will document what information is captured by that website and warn users about potentially risky behaviour.
Scheduling solution. Rather than one party picking free times from a list, times are automatically selected and suggested to both or to a group. Integrates w/ calendars & sends automatic emails.
Airbnb for Office Space
As someone who works remotely and travels a lot, I sometimes need a desk in a city for a few days. Businesses could rent spare desks, empty offices or meeting rooms to make extra money.
Daily app usage report & Motivational quote alerts
Task 1. Show motivational quotes of Elon musk, If I open FB while working Task 2. Show details app usage reports like today I spend 32 min on FB. (Or my be we can share reports with friends ...)
Facebook for email (social network in mailbox)
Email has passed through time and still works pretty well. The idea is to leverage this and use it as a real social network. Starting with picture sharing + comments (as it is the first use of mail)