Reveal hidden passwords in your browser
Forgot your password, but your browser knows and autofills it? Convinced that you are typing in the right password, but your browser says it’s wrong? Click the ISeePass bookmarklet to reveal or copy all those hidden passwords from the current page.
Pitch Black Wallpaper
Set a black wallpaper on your Android device
Set a pitch black wallpaper on your Android smartphone or tablet. Make your device look sleek and mysterious, improve battery life, free up some valuable memory, and reduce eyestrain. Just tap a button: Congratulations! It’s a Black Wallpaper!
Create your own beautiful color wallpaper
It’s time to mix red, green, and blue, and create your own beautiful and unique color wallpaper on your Android smartphone or tablet! (You can also try RGB Wallpaper for color therapy, or as a fun tool to play with the kids and teach them colors.)
16 Million Taps
Tap the screen and color relax
16 Million Taps is an app that counts your taps on your phone or tablet. With each touch the screen is filled with a different tint of color, whose RGB color code equals the number of taps so far. 0 is Black, 255 is Blue, 65,280 is Green, and 16,777,216 is White.
Create, copy & share GUIDs with colors
Create GUIDs (globally unique identifiers) on your Android smartphone or tablet. Easily copy any GUID, or send it to other apps (try messaging a strange string of digits to a non-geek friend or family member). Extra: Each ID gets its own color shade!
Test and learn the beeps of your PC
BeepChecker is a tiny portable Windows program that plays the standard Windows beep sounds. It also lets you play custom beeps by generating simple tones on the speaker. Use it to familiarize yourself with the sound of the different standard beeps.
Easily “View Source” on mobile browsers
Easily access the “View Source” feature on mobile (and PC) browsers, and inspect the source code of any webpage. A tiny bookmarklet that doesn’t waste valuable resources, especially on resource constrained mobile devices. No installation required.
Any site in DOS style: just text, no images
View any site on the Internet in a DOS madness style: just (multicolored) text, no images or videos, and a lot of colored rectangles. Focus only on the text, and see how much you can understand without images. Fun or useful? Works on any browser.