Product hunt is probably your best bet. Most master lists or curated lists are temporary efforts, typically fizzle out over the months.
Unfortunately no, aside from the running list I keep in Notion of new apps as I come across them (nowadays to find stuff to add to Capiche’s product database). Some of those went into this roundup of exciting beta software from January that now much of has launched out of beta.
Product Hunt can be a good place to watch—though a large portion of stuff on there is either very MVP products, new launching of existing products, or product-as-marketing type things with little tools built to promote something else. Still, if you look there for the top over a week or month, that can be a good way to keep tabs on new popular software. Otherwise, Twitter is where I discover most new software as people mention betas and invite-only apps (which feels like a growing trend in promoting new software).
Well then I am putting that together right now and making it public. There are some good lists like NoCodeList but there needs to be more. On it!
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