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Name
Description
MRR/$
Business Model
Source
100 $100/mo
A website that shows picture posts from Reddit
Source: Reddit
135
300 $300/mo
A basic website that lets you dress a cat on screen by dragging cloths on it
Source: Reddit
134
80 $80/mo
A website that lets people copy & paste text faces like (ง ͠° ͟ل͜ ͡°)ง. Revenue comes from ads
Source: Reddit
133
160 $160/mo
Given the floorplan of an apartment and location of a WIFI router, this Android app visualizes how the WIFI electromagnetic waves propagate
Source: HackerNews
132
2,200 $2,200/mo
Software for pet business owners. Features include online customer portals, vaccination record upload, marketing automation, etc. Customizable for animal types and breeds
Source: HackerNews
131
N/A
Simple and fully featured mail server / SMTP service, without many complex options
Source: Submitted by founder :)
130
12,000 $12,000/mo
A Google Sheets addon to easily import data from Amazon FBA to Google Sheets, replacing tedious manual data entry
129
N/A
Desktop app that allows users to manual/auto test most common browsers. Target users are those who don't want to use the similar cloud-based services
Source: HackerNews
128
N/A
Software to run digital signage on Raspberry Pi. It's easy to install and provides intuitive web UI to manage digital signage
Source: HackerNews
127
600 $600/mo
A fun online typing game with a community site
Source: HackerNews
126
42,000 $42,000/mo
Subscription service that let users and businesses easily fund climate projects, such as tree planting. It charges 12.5% out of users' fund
125
1,000 $1,000/mo
An accurate battery meter for Windows. It provides accurate remaining time estimation, notifications, and various custom settings
Source: HackerNews
124
1,000 $1,000/mo
A blog about growing business and startups, and failure experiences, written by an entrepreneur who sold online business at age 26 for over $1 million. Making money by ads and affiliate sales
Source: HackerNews
123
15 $15/mo
A WordPress blog documenting the process of getting a professional engineering license in Canada. Making money by Adsense and affiliate sales
Source: HackerNews
122
425 $425/mo
Breville Coffee Grinder's impeller wears out easily and is hard to buy. This page sells a 3D-printed version of the impeller
Source: HackerNews
121
15,000 $15,000/mo
Provides API for location services, such as API for reverse geocoding (translate a location description to latitude & longitude)
120
1,000 $1,000/mo
Chrome extension to provide CRM and marketing automation right in Gmail. Features include auto follow up, handy shortcuts, analytics, etc
119
500 $500/mo
A web app to plan for future cashflow. Users input transactions and income, and it visualizes future cashflow, monthly breakdown, etc
118
700,000 $700,000/mo
Amazon listing optimization service, including high-quality product images & videos, description for better conversion, etc
117
5,000 $5,000/mo
Marketing automation, with focus on LinkedIn lead generation
Source: Medium
116
85,000 $85,000/mo
Fully managed WordPress hosting
115
150,000 $150,000/mo
Online mindmap drawer; also provides features like collaborative editing and Kanban board task management
Source: TechCrunch
114
1,000 $1,000/mo
An app to schedule and repeat social media content
113
1,000 $1,000/mo
No-code website builder, designed for startup use cases (full site, landing page, idea validation, etc)
Source: Landen
112
11,500 $11,500/mo
Employee time tracking and other productivity monitoring tools, as well as payroll & invoices
Source: Hubstaff
111
3,300 $3,300/mo
On-demand graphic design & web development
110
20,000 $20,000/mo
Provides mobile app remote logger, crash reports, and in-app user feedback tool, helping mobile app developers to find & fix issues faster
109