Houston Alternatives

    Houston is described as 'search engine that indexes every problem that every startup has tried or is trying to solve' and is an website in the Online Services category. There are six alternatives to Houston, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux and Android. The best alternative is AlternativeTo, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to Houston are Product Hunt (Free), switching.software (Free, Open Source), Versus (Free) and SideProjects (Free).

    This page was last updated Jun 25, 2020

    1. AlternativeTo let you find new Windows, Mac, Linux, online and mobile software based on applications you already know instead of useless categories. AlternativeTo is a new approach to finding good software.
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      • Google Chrome
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      Product Hunt is a curation of the best new products, every day. Discover the latest mobile apps, websites, and technology products that everyone's talking about.


    2. switching.software is a grassroots website, that is trying to let people know about ethical and easy-to-use alternatives to well-known websites, apps and other software.
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      When I am exploring alternatives to a product or service, I often to go Google, type "[product] vs ", and just see what it autocompletes. That usually tells me the most popular competitors. If I want to be thorough I'll do the same for the competitors, etc.
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    3. Working on a side project is something a lot of us share. Whether it’s an open source resource, a blog, etc., all ideas, as crazy as they are, have some sort of potential.


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      Alternativebk is a website that offers you alternatives for everything you are looking for in the internet world. We offer a list of what you might use as an alternative to an application, program, or website that you liked at first but didn’t like it later or annoyed you.
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