Quoth lets you discover quotes that match with the content of your photos.
30k shows how many days you have lived out of the 30,000 days that it thinks you get to live in your life.
Discover Meals helps you find meals for the ingredients that you already have with yourself.
Factourism lets you discover new and interesting facts with sources on the web.
Founder Rewind has a collection of early days interviews of famous founders for you to watch.
Neighbourly lets you ask local questions and get answers for them from your neighbors.
Soundbrew allows you to look for music tracks related to your chosen tags.
Nothing Private tells whether you are safe or not in the incognito windows in your browser.
RoutineHub helps find and use new Siri Shortcuts for your iOS based device.
Shortcut Hub lets you discover new shortcuts that you can use with Siri on your Apple devices.
No More Google gives you alternatives to most used Google services so you don’t need to depend on Google.
Mactracker shows information about all the Apple products ever released.
Flush lets you easily find a public toilet around you from its large crowdsourced toilets database.
Flagfox shows the current website’s server location and helps you find many other information about it right inside your browser.
Handlescout notifies you when your favorite username becomes available for you to use on Twitter.
Wirepool is a crowdsourced collection of Wi-Fi passwords for many places around the world.
zap! lets you have a quick lookup on what you copy in Chrome on your computer.
Got some Bitcoin and want to know where you can spend them? Accepting will show you the places that accept Bitcoin.