I've been working on my project, Slate, and trying to define the right audience for it. It's currently in a soft release stage where I'm collecting feedback from the initial users and trying to define the path that it should take.
For context, here's what the app is about:
Slate lets you multitask without you having to constantly switch windows.
Image picture-in-picture, but for anything that you'd like.
And you get to open as many windows as you like that stay on-top of what you're doing.
Whether you want to:
- Follow tutorials in real-time as you code or design
- Relax with games as you watch your code compile
- Browse docs as you bring your next project to life
- Or do all of them at the same time!
Then Slate is perfect for you!
And not only that, but Slate also let's you float as-many and any of your favorite websites or local files so you can always stay on top of the things that matter most to you!
That's the base functionality of the app, along with some common use cases.
I know there's a market for this type of an app as apps such as Helium for Mac have shown in the past. And I'm trying to capture a similar audience for Windows by providing a similar but better and a more clean experience with more functionality.
So my question is how should I go about finding the right audience for the app?
Is it something that'll be helpful to or you'd wanna use it?
And I'm not the best at copy-writing, so what am I missing when trying to explain the app?
Your feedback would be appreciated, the positive and the negative.
Also, you can also visit the official site for more details on what the app is and if you'd like to try it out.