Georgy Alaverdyan ✪

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This idea is hilarious. Someone will do the smooth-talk for you, but what are you gonna do on the date?

However, it might be quite a profitable start-up.
@GeorgyBuns Haha thank you so much. Well, at least you get to the date and have a bigger chance to practice. If you would have given up in the talking part, you would have lost anyway.

Secondly, if you're actually good at the talking even online, you might have gotten bored of it.. let's face it, at one point, those very early decisions are quite boilerplate, as important as they are.
Hi.

What's the difference between you and Taplink?
@GeorgyBuns Hi there are quite a few biolink concepts out there that we aim to differentiate from, as per the answer above we have a fully responsive design, allow descriptions, tabs and additional statistics that not all the competitors have. I hope this helps and hope to have you sign up :-)
@ErikJa of course it is illegal. The question is it possible to post such startups on Betalist?
The idea is really nice: creating various social media posts, scan the docs and more by using AI and APIs.

Though, I do recommend the devs to work a lot on their product and UX/UI design — currently, it’s quite bad. The templates themselves aren’t better too.

Anyway, the idea behind the product is good.
Hi, Adriaan!

First, when I saw this, I thought that it’s used as an email forwarding service but actually, it’s way more interesting.

I focus on mobile users on my website — I think most of them have email app installed such as Gmail. If they don’t or they are on PC, then they will get their email provider page. I might be wrong on this, so if I am then Adriaan’s product will come in handy.

Though, I don’t think that this is the best solution but Adriaan offers some kind of it at least.
@GeorgyBuns Thanks for your comment! Indeed, it is different than a forwarding service. It actually opens the email compose view directly, for the email clients that supports this. You can also copy the email and use your default configured email client (as on mobile).

"I think most of them have email app installed such as Gmail."
This is the problem, since we don't know this and there is no option for us to know this beforehand. So, if someone uses webmail, for example Yahoo!, it doesn't make sense to open Gmail app. This is the same on mobile and desktop websites.

If you really want to open the default email client on mobile, you could do something with Javascript maybe? Like, opening the default mailto-link and behavior on mobile and open the mailto.id link/page on desktop? You could even load the mailto.id page in a modal and iframe, so the visitor stays on your website and doesn't have to open a new tab.

Let me know if I can help you with anything!
@88media I still think the solution feels like a workaround, though that’s still a great idea!

As for the mobile, well, I have Gmail installed on my smartphone so whenever I clicked mailto: link, I always opened Gmail. To be more precise, the system asked what I want to open, then I clicked Gmail.

I guess the solution comes from knowing who your target audience is. Though, I would love to know the stats.

Modal and iframe solution sounds fancy, I like the idea!
I’m a sucker for no-code tools as a current no-code developer.

Designware seemed to be a great app when I first saw it here but I disappointed quite fast when I checked their website and product features. Don’t get me wrong: the idea of no-code visual editors is great. It seems to me that designers can make websites easily on Designware. This product heavily resembles Webflow and Webflow is really great.

Though Designware’s comes with a caveat — it’s just for websites, not apps. I hope I’m wrong about it but after checking the website I didn’t find any really useful features that can be used in apps. Indeed, you can export your website to various platforms. Truly, magnificent! But in the end, it doesn’t make any sense.
Designware’s website doesn’t showcase any possible apps, what you can do. The Features page just shows that you can build websites, just visual stuff. There are no native app features like recording audio, uploading content, push notifications, et cetera. Moreover, I’m not sure that there is API support. Maybe there are no forms and stuff like that.

Again, Designware can be a great solution for some people who want to create websites without a lot of stuff going on the backend side. I’m not sure that there are components (re-usable blocks) but I guess the devs will add this feature later. If so, then people can create more complicated stuff than just static websites. However, I didn’t find any CMS support.

In the end, Designware’s website doesn’t do a good job of explaining how the product works.

The pricing is overpriced in my humble opinion — considering what features you get for this price.

I wish all the best to Designware’s team. You can create a rock-solid product, just a push a little bit more in the development and make the website more meaningful and user friendly explanation-wise.
@GeorgyBuns also, for some unknown reason, the loading times are quite long and there is no scroll bar (???) on the website.
Hi @GeorgyBuns, I'm Andrew, a founder at Designware and a fellow designer. Thanks so much for giving our platform a spin—we really appreciate your time and feedback. A bunch of what you referenced are things we're actively working on around the clock—gotta love startup life!

Like many new platforms, we chose a dedicated entry point (easy/robust design options in our case) that lay a strong foundation to build on our goal of true no-code apps and platforms (and which are not just derivatives of limited templates).

In the very near term you'll see big speed gains, re-usable components, interactive states, and other cool design options. In the coming weeks and months we'll be unveiling lots of example projects, additional templates, and utilities like forms, user inputs, integrations, dynamic databases/the CMS, etc. In the meantime our users have been making good use of low-code blocks to integrate whatever they like, and producing their app prototypes, MVPs, kiosks, websites, etc.

Thanks again for giving it a go, and I sincerely hope we can help you out down the road!
@AndrewDesignwre thanks for the comprehensive reply. I think it will be better for you to mention all of that on your website and state that you are still evolving. Cross-platform app and website creation is a killer feature, though I would love considering to use your service if there will be API and databases support.

Can you give me any ideas of what kind of mobile apps can be created with current Designware?

I wish you all the best — no-code tools are a great thing and it’s the future. I’m glad that no-code tools got a brand new life while the idea of no-code is not new.

Also, the idea to you: I don’t think you’ll make a backend stuff for Designware designers, so maybe you can create some guides on Bubble/Integromat + Designware.
It seems to me spammers flooded the entire discussion. Dunno if they are random dwellers or the devs paid for these bots.

Anyway, why it’s named Makeroid here because it’s Kodular — probably it was a WIP name.

The website and product’s design are bad, like a lot, but in the end, it seems that Kodular allows people to create Android apps without coding. This is really cool, no-code tools are great.

Also, bruh, don’t use robot voices in your videos. Man, that’s such a cringe.
@GeorgyBuns Thanks for your feedback! A lot has changed since we posted this here. Makeroid has been officially renamed to Kodular. We are also in the process of updating the website design. However, the product design has been refreshed!

You can also visit apps.new to create a new app instantly!
@PavitraGolchha thanks for the reply. It’s nice that you didn’t abandon the page here, but you should definitely update it.

What about the apps made with Kodular? Your website and social media state that dozens of apps were created on Kodular. However, there is no showcase page or featured apps section. I couldn’t find any apps made with Kodular. So these statements feel quite fishy and too pompous, not gonna lie.
@GeorgyBuns Sure, I will forward that to the team so that we keep that in mind while redesigning the website.

Thanks again for your valuable feedback!
@PavitraGolchha you are welcome. Still, is there any way to check the apps made with Kodular?
@GeorgyBuns also, for some unknown reason, the loading times are quite long and there is no scroll bar (???) on the website.
Hi @GeorgyBuns, I'm Andrew, a founder at Designware and a fellow designer. Thanks so much for giving our platform a spin—we really appreciate your time and feedback. A bunch of what you referenced are things we're actively working on around the clock—gotta love startup life!

Like many new platforms, we chose a dedicated entry point (easy/robust design options in our case) that lay a strong foundation to build on our goal of true no-code apps and platforms (and which are not just derivatives of limited templates).

In the very near term you'll see big speed gains, re-usable components, interactive states, and other cool design options. In the coming weeks and months we'll be unveiling lots of example projects, additional templates, and utilities like forms, user inputs, integrations, dynamic databases/the CMS, etc. In the meantime our users have been making good use of low-code blocks to integrate whatever they like, and producing their app prototypes, MVPs, kiosks, websites, etc.

Thanks again for giving it a go, and I sincerely hope we can help you out down the road!
@AndrewDesignwre thanks for the comprehensive reply. I think it will be better for you to mention all of that on your website and state that you are still evolving. Cross-platform app and website creation is a killer feature, though I would love considering to use your service if there will be API and databases support.

Can you give me any ideas of what kind of mobile apps can be created with current Designware?

I wish you all the best — no-code tools are a great thing and it’s the future. I’m glad that no-code tools got a brand new life while the idea of no-code is not new.

Also, the idea to you: I don’t think you’ll make a backend stuff for Designware designers, so maybe you can create some guides on Bubble/Integromat + Designware.
@PavitraGolchha thanks for the reply. It’s nice that you didn’t abandon the page here, but you should definitely update it.

What about the apps made with Kodular? Your website and social media state that dozens of apps were created on Kodular. However, there is no showcase page or featured apps section. I couldn’t find any apps made with Kodular. So these statements feel quite fishy and too pompous, not gonna lie.
@GeorgyBuns Sure, I will forward that to the team so that we keep that in mind while redesigning the website.

Thanks again for your valuable feedback!
@PavitraGolchha you are welcome. Still, is there any way to check the apps made with Kodular?
@88media I still think the solution feels like a workaround, though that’s still a great idea!

As for the mobile, well, I have Gmail installed on my smartphone so whenever I clicked mailto: link, I always opened Gmail. To be more precise, the system asked what I want to open, then I clicked Gmail.

I guess the solution comes from knowing who your target audience is. Though, I would love to know the stats.

Modal and iframe solution sounds fancy, I like the idea!
@AndrewDesignwre thanks for the comprehensive reply. I think it will be better for you to mention all of that on your website and state that you are still evolving. Cross-platform app and website creation is a killer feature, though I would love considering to use your service if there will be API and databases support.

Can you give me any ideas of what kind of mobile apps can be created with current Designware?

I wish you all the best — no-code tools are a great thing and it’s the future. I’m glad that no-code tools got a brand new life while the idea of no-code is not new.

Also, the idea to you: I don’t think you’ll make a backend stuff for Designware designers, so maybe you can create some guides on Bubble/Integromat + Designware.
@PavitraGolchha you are welcome. Still, is there any way to check the apps made with Kodular?
Hey, Raj! The idea behind b|ver is really nice, though I’m worried about privacy — can you tell us more about it? Also, how to pronounce b|ver? What’s the point of “|” symbol in the name?
I think the idea is great, though the website doesn't have a “Pricing” section — maybe for registered users only.

The main disadvantage and why I think the service is almost useless is inability to export subtitles. Again, there might be a feature like that but I've got a feeling that uses cannot export subtitles from the FAQ. Because of that I think there is no reason to use the service. Maybe those who use Instagram and Tiktok will find it useful, but for YouTube creators it is useless for sure — also 128mb limit is ridiculous.
Hey @GeorgyBuns 💜

Thank you so much for your feedback, it means the world to us.

Firstly, welcome to the Editr community 🎉

You’re correct, pricing information is on the application but you do have to sign in to view it. We will definitely add a pricing page to the website soon as it will be handy for people to know prices before they try us out.

Our PRO subscription is $12 PCM but if you select a yearly subscription you get 20% off making the price only $9.60 a month! With the PRO subscription you get the following:
- 100 minutes
- Autogenerated subtitles
- Edit, style and reposition subtitles
- Resize for socials
- Remove Editr watermark
- Download SRT files

That’s a very good point you make Georgy. I’m delighted to be able to let you know that Editr now allows you to export subtitles (as SRT files) 🙌🏼 This feature is available on our PRO subscription. We have just released this feature and I have now updated the FAQ’s to reflect this 😊

We agree with you Georgy, our upload limit does need to increase - 128MB is too small. I’ll discuss with the team and get back to you with our new upload limit next week.

Thanks again for the detailed feedback and for giving us the opportunity to improve Editr. We promise to continue to be responsive to feedback 💜

Best wishes,
Farah
@FarahAziz95 it's nice that you gave a thorough reply. Still, I don't understand why you have a time limit and how much does it cost to get additional time. What's the point of monthly subscription if you actually have limited time usage?

Though, subtitles export is a nice and must have feature — it's great that you added it. Should be there from the start, but still. The upload limit, again, not for long videos.
Hello @GeorgyBuns 💜

We currently have 3 different types of subscriptions with varying limits on the number of minutes per months, I have listed these below.

1. Free subscription (10 minutes PCM)
2. Pro subscription (100 minutes PCM)
3. Bespoke subscription (this package is tailored to your needs)

Through speaking with content creators and discussing with our users, we found out that the vast majority of individuals will not require more than 100 minutes of video per month.

Business's are more likely to need more than 100 minutes per month. For this reason, we have a plan which allows us to tailor the subscription package to meet the needs of each business.

Thanks again for the feedback 😊

@FarahAziz95 it's nice that you gave a thorough reply. Still, I don't understand why you have a time limit and how much does it cost to get additional time. What's the point of monthly subscription if you actually have limited time usage?

Though, subtitles export is a nice and must have feature — it's great that you added it. Should be there from the start, but still. The upload limit, again, not for long videos.
Hello @GeorgyBuns 💜

We currently have 3 different types of subscriptions with varying limits on the number of minutes per months, I have listed these below.

1. Free subscription (10 minutes PCM)
2. Pro subscription (100 minutes PCM)
3. Bespoke subscription (this package is tailored to your needs)

Through speaking with content creators and discussing with our users, we found out that the vast majority of individuals will not require more than 100 minutes of video per month.

Business's are more likely to need more than 100 minutes per month. For this reason, we have a plan which allows us to tailor the subscription package to meet the needs of each business.

Thanks again for the feedback 😊

The idea is really cool and neat, I would love to try out your service in the future.

That being said, your website needs more presentational value: there is just one screenshot of the service — it would be better to see a bunch of screenshots of the UI, a video explaining how the service works and, of course, an example of a free course.
Hi, Emre!

Sounds like a great product! How do you keep the app free? Usually live chat services cost quite a buck.

Also, how hard is to implement your live chat in a Webflow website? What about Carrd?
@GeorgyBuns Hi, Georgy!

FreeChat is not a too sophisticated standalone live chat tool like Intercom. Instead, it aims to make it easy and affordable for small business owners to connect all messaging apps in one chat window for customer support.

It works like a bridge between a business's messaging channels. All in one reach.

As for integration with Webflow, you'll only need to copy and paste the given code snippet before the closing of the </body> tag. Project Settings > Custom Code > Footer Code

Pasting the code before the closing of the </body> tag will work for any website.

I’ve never used Calendly but I know about it — I wanted to add it on my website (I’m a freelancer) to manage new clients more efficiently in the future. TidyCal sounds good but from the reviews I see that it has some flaws.

Though, I’m gonna use only Google Meet or Zoom, so it sounds like a great deal.

Still, I would like to learn more about TidyCal’s limitations.

Also, how hard is to add TidyCal in a Webflow website? What about Carrd? Notion?

Plus, you mentioned that you have Zapier integration — do you provide API that can be used externally, e.g. no easy integration (Zaps), but it’s possible for users to add integrations in Integromat and n8n by themselves?

What does Reduced branding means?

That being said, I would LOVE to use TidyCal especially if I can easily add it in a Webflow website, connect to Integromat or n8n, and, the most killer feature, be able to customize the design — at least to match brand colors. Though, full customization is much-much appreciated.

Again, I’m gonna trying the product nevertheless!
@GeorgyBuns didn’t instead what an app by AppSumo means. Now I know about AppSumo’s app store. Maybe I’m gonna sell my own app there too haha 👀
@GeorgyBuns Hey Georgy, great questions!

With TidyCal, each booking page comes with embeddable code for you to use! So yes, Webflow, Carrd & Notion should all work!

Unfortunately we don't have an API yet, just the Zapier integration.

And reduced branding means that with the $19 lifetime deal, our logos & branding are smaller - they're just slightly bigger & more visible on the free plan.

Let me know if you have any other questions! Feel free to DM me on Twitter too @lukecannon727
@lukecannon727 Thanks for the reply! I’m really hyped about the ease of use!

Can you tell me an approximate date when you want to release the API for public use? I would love to use services other than Zapier (it’s great too!).

Also, I do not mind smaller branding but I wonder if there would be an option to disable it enyirely — maybe some people would prefer that.

I’ll contact you on Twitter for sure :)
@GeorgyBuns Hey Georgy! We don't have a public API on our roadmap at the moment, so unfortunately I don't have a date, but I'll make not of the request!

And good note about the branding. It's mostly removed on the paid plan, but impossible to remove in some areas, for example, the root URL of your booking page :)
@lukecannon727 thanks a lot for the clarifications! I’ll definitely leave a review!

Are you gonna have Affiliate programme? Just curious 👀
@GeorgyBuns we actually already have one! It’s through AppSumo, which lets you be an affiliate for any product listed on AppSumo. If you’d like, let’s continue the convo on Twitter!
@lukecannon727 thanks for the reply again!

I don’t have any more questions but I’ll ask you if I have any! 😊
@GeorgyBuns didn’t instead what an app by AppSumo means. Now I know about AppSumo’s app store. Maybe I’m gonna sell my own app there too haha 👀
@lukecannon727 Thanks for the reply! I’m really hyped about the ease of use!

Can you tell me an approximate date when you want to release the API for public use? I would love to use services other than Zapier (it’s great too!).

Also, I do not mind smaller branding but I wonder if there would be an option to disable it enyirely — maybe some people would prefer that.

I’ll contact you on Twitter for sure :)
@GeorgyBuns Hey Georgy! We don't have a public API on our roadmap at the moment, so unfortunately I don't have a date, but I'll make not of the request!

And good note about the branding. It's mostly removed on the paid plan, but impossible to remove in some areas, for example, the root URL of your booking page :)
@lukecannon727 thanks a lot for the clarifications! I’ll definitely leave a review!

Are you gonna have Affiliate programme? Just curious 👀
@GeorgyBuns we actually already have one! It’s through AppSumo, which lets you be an affiliate for any product listed on AppSumo. If you’d like, let’s continue the convo on Twitter!
@lukecannon727 thanks for the reply again!

I don’t have any more questions but I’ll ask you if I have any! 😊
@lukecannon727 thanks a lot for the clarifications! I’ll definitely leave a review!

Are you gonna have Affiliate programme? Just curious 👀
@GeorgyBuns we actually already have one! It’s through AppSumo, which lets you be an affiliate for any product listed on AppSumo. If you’d like, let’s continue the convo on Twitter!
@lukecannon727 thanks for the reply again!

I don’t have any more questions but I’ll ask you if I have any! 😊
@lukecannon727 thanks for the reply again!

I don’t have any more questions but I’ll ask you if I have any! 😊
Hi Eric!

Mapspot looks superb! Waiting for your launch!

Though, I’m curious if it is possible to use custom maps not Google Maps or whatever you use. Not only it can help people from countries like China (Google Maps are not that good there) and Russia (Yandex Maps are better as far as I know) but it will allow to create interactive maps for videogames, movies, etc.

Actually, I’m looking for a no-code to to create such maps for videogames so I really hope that your service allows to do that!
Looks really sweet!

Execuse me for a stupid question but I want to clarify: this API is for people who want to create fintech products, correct? For example, I want to create a loan app to give loans (obviously!). Is it possible to create a virtual bank? Like a wallet or something?

Also, do you support Russia and CIS countries?
The website looks real nice on mobile — I think it's even more awesome on desktop 😎

As for the app, well, I think it can be useful and also useable only by people with large screens. I think most laptops, maybe, except 17 inch screen ones, are no good for it.

Plus, a free version or a YouTube video at least would be awesome. Maybe an interactive browser demo is a good idea too.

Wish all the best with the app! Looks fancy!
@GeorgyDesign - no it is not based on Jarvis, however both Jarvis and Skripts use the same GPT-3 technology to generate marketing copy.