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15 Tools for Startup Rookie

Second collection of tools for startups. In the first one – 10 Essential Tools for Startups I’ve introduced you with the tools I use building my first startup Refe. In this list I’ve collected tools that will help you in the process of planning, building and launching your startup.

Tools for business plans, legal contracts and efficient team management. Most of the tools are essential for startups no matter if it is an early stage, mid-size or rapidly growing startup you will have to expand your team, handle more customers and grow the user base. These tools will make your job easier.


Track your business and personal finances from a single, intuitive, free application.


Docracy the web’s only open collection of legal contracts and the best way to negotiate and sign documents online.


Beta List provides an overview of upcoming internet startups. Discover and get early access to the future.


Launchrock lets you set up a pre-launch landing page to gauge interest and collect customer sign-ups before you take your startup live. You can use it to determine how well a given product or service will perform.


Wrike is a project management app helps us fluidly collaborate with our colleagues in the office and across the world.


Save time by using Zapier to automate tasks between web apps. For example: it can automatically create Wrike tasks from received emails, and add events to your calendar without you lifting a finger.


Basecamp makes it easy for people in different roles with different responsibilities to communicate and work together.



Enloop allows you create a comprehensive startup business plan for free, and it helps forecast your success. Enloop also offers paid plans for more features.


Build, publish, and A/B test landing pages without needing all the tech savvy.


Guerrilla usability testing software for designers and developers.

Desk’s intuitive user interface and powerful features make solving customers’ problems more efficient for the entire company.

Join Me is a simple-to-use teleconferencing application that allows you to review documents and designs, train staff, do product demonstrations – basically to get everyone apprised of company updates.


Boomerang for Gmail lets you take control of when you send and receive email messages.


HipChat is hosted group chat and video chat built for teams. Supercharge real- time collaboration with persistent chat rooms, file sharing, and screen sharing.


If you can’t afford to hire an accountant, then you should know that Expensify is one of the top tools for startups at the moment.

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