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25 No-Code Apps and Tools to help build your next Startup

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  1. Build apps for every platform, without code ✨

    Ask HN: Repair and Maintenance App about over 1 year ago:

    Yes, I think no-code solution can work easily for this use case. There are no of solutions you can try and see which one fits best in your use case.,, etc works best for web apps. If you need Mobile Apps, then you can try using or Thunkable/GlideApps etc.
  2. Build voice apps in your browser without coding

  3. All-in-one workspace. One tool for your whole team. Write, plan, and get organized.

    [Question] Which tools do you use to organize your day? about 5 days ago

    I use Notion to plan my weekly goal and tactics. Then I use Ahero to timeblock my day.
  4. An all-in-one solution to sell your work and grow your audience.

    What's this style of website called? about about 1 month ago

    Or a bit inspired by
  5. A free, fast and friendly way to accept donations 💰

    What are some alternatives to Gumroad? about 29 days ago

    Hello! I have been slowly growing an online business that uses Gumroad to facilitate the sale of my products. Unfortunantly, the fees (10 percent) of Gumroad are too much for me long-term. I have been looking at, but it seems too much like a donations platform. seems pretty good as a minimalistic alternative to Gumroad, but it hasn't been around for that long.
  6. Powerful but easy to use, drag-and-drop mobile app builder.

    Am searching for a partner who can help me with an app idea about about 2 months ago:

    OP you don't need to know coding at all to make app. Try something like App Inventor Thunkable.
  7. Bringing immersive commerce to the next billion Indians

  8. Send lightning fast video messages, see responses live or whenever it's convenient. Get closer to the ones you love with video communication.

  9. Substack makes it simple for a writer to start an email newsletter that makes money from subscriptions.

    Ask HN: Is there an app for reading newsletters? about about 1 month ago:

    I like the Substack app - for all the substack newsletters. is pretty good. I just wish I could plug in RSS and other syndication feeds, and make it easy to migrate subscriptions from my mail inbox to the reader.
  10. MemberSpace lets users create online course, training program, or other business idea inside existing Squarespace website.

  11. MailChimp is the best way to design, send, and share email newsletters.

    Can't login with Chrome about 23 days ago

    I lied, it does work in incognito. Found the culprit which is an extension that turns off you being counted by Google Analytics when visiting sites. However, I didn't have it 'on' for so not sure what the issue could have been.
  12. Learn to build and launch your startup in 30 days, for free

    I built a PDF Merger using no-code tools - about almost 2 years ago: are like the best for premium tutorials & on your specific tools like Airtable and so for free tutorials.
  13. The Website Builder for Startups

    Visit website freemium $25.0 / Monthly

    MicroSaaS - a way to wealth for builders and hustlers about about 1 year ago: is a tool that helps manage projects and all that good stuff. Many people plan their website content on Notion for their new website or landing page. Then one day, one guy, how's about building a tool that takes that content and turns into a website quickly. BOOM -> was born. This tool solves a few sound problems: simple to spin up a website through Notion without spending extra effort and...
  14. Text editor + file transfer + svn + CSS + Terminal + Books + More = Whoah. Welcome to Coda. Grow beautiful code.

    I'm a Teenage Engineering fanboy! about 12 months ago:

    They also recently collaborated with Panic on Playdate, a handheld gaming console that features super simple black & white graphics and a hand crank. Oh yeah, and you don't really buy games for it, the system connects to wifi and games are sent to the thing willy nilly. Check it out!
  15. Simple, responsive one-page site creator.

    freemium $9.0 / Annually (Pro Lite)

    Issue with logging onto a website about 12 days ago

    Then go back to and test it there.
  16. Connect the apps you use everyday to automate your work and be more productive. 1000+ apps and easy integrations - get started in minutes.

  17. Building tech is slow and expensive. Bubble is the most powerful no-code platform for creating digital products.

    Which service for native iOS app that will support video chat... about about 5 hours ago

    I saw that has 2 plugins for those things but it's unclear if that's the right choice for a native app. I'm new to no code (I'm a designer though so not unfamiliar with those types of tools). Any suggestions about what would work for me? Thanks for reading!
  18. Airtable works like a spreadsheet but gives you the power of a database to organize anything. Sign up for free.

    How to store notes from article research? about 11 days ago

    I use Airtable to record and organize my sources. I wrote about it a little more in-depth here and this is what my current swipe file looks like.
  19. An intuitive no-code conversational apps builder that combines the benefits of conversational interface with rich UI elements.

    freemium €30.0 / Monthly

  20. Build dynamic, responsive websites in your browser. Launch with a click. Or export your squeaky-clean code to host wherever you'd like. Discover the professional website builder made for designers.

    Wordpress to React about about 12 hours ago:

    To be fair to Webflow ( ), its main site is accessible and it's a fully developed tool used by many.
  21. Create beautiful, next-generation online forms with Typeform, the form & survey builder that makes asking questions easy & human on any device. Try it FREE!

    How well validate your idea before launching? about about 1 month ago:

    Create a customer survey to collect insight on Typeform.
  22. Generate a website from 📗 Google Sheets

    paid $348.0 / Annually (Basic / 1 domain)

    Ask HN: What are interesting ways to use apps like Airtable... about over 1 year ago:

    You can use it to curate listicles. Imagine your marketing department needs to create a list of websites that have run their PR campaign. They can keep that data in Airtable or Google Sheets. The developer then displays on a simple webpage in a card like There are sites like & that automate this feature. You can also create custom apps with it....
  23. Universe makes it easy for you to create events, sell tickets, and get discovered by your biggest fans, at the touch of a button.

    An Introduction to GraphQL on Replit about about 2 years ago:

    Next, we'll want to create our own endpoint, since being restricted to data from is limiting. There are several server-side GraphQL frameworks. Some extremely popular examples are express-graphql for Node (running Express) and Graphene for Python servers. Alternatively, there are several all-in-one solutions like Prisma or Hasura that come with databases included.
  24. Squarespace is the easiest way for anyone to create an exceptional website. Pages, galleries, blogs, e-commerce, domains, hosting, analytics, 24/7 support - all included.

    Horse pics: now with anatomical cutaway! about 1 day ago

    Are you selling this on your account?