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Apps with 'Built-in Commenting System' feature
YouTube is a video-sharing website that allows users to upload, view, and share videos. Reddit (stylized in its logo as reddit) is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. Discover, share and read the best on the web. With Inoreader, content comes to you, the minute it's available. BigBlueButton enables universities and colleges to deliver a high-quality learning experience to remote students. ClickUp is an all-in-one project management platform that eliminates the need of using more than one tool for your organization’s workflow. The Dissenter web browser is built for The People, not advertisers. Block Big Tech ads and trackers by default. Discover a comment section on every URL online. Welcome to the free speech internet. Slite gives your team one place to share ideas, collect knowledge and stay in tune across time and space. Trusted by thousands of flexible and remote teams. This site mimics old YouTube and has the 2008 header and 2009 looking pages. This fixes many problems YouTube has, like lack of customization and community issues. Share your videos around the world. Display Yourself. Previously known as VidBit. Store and library for countless books and audiobooks on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch. Ignite your Creativity on the Social Video Sharing Website focused on fun and the community!. The collaborative design platform. Wireframe, prototype, design online and create design specs in one place. Or create an integration with our API. Connected space for product teams. Handoff designs and styleguides with accurate specs, assets, code snippets—automatically. Git Center is a decentralized hosting platform for Git repositories. We provide several collaboration features such as bug tracking for every project, and private and public repositories for free. Join us by creating a new repository. ReplyBox, a simple, honest comment system. No ads, no dodgy affiliate links, no fluff. A free and open source alternative Reddit front-end focused on privacy. Inspired by the Nitter project.