ToneDef is a small, but powerful tone dialer application for Android featuring DTMF, blue box, and red box tone generation. Use the keypad, enter a predefined sequence, or select an entry from your contact list. F-Droid is currently the recommended way to install ToneDef.
The app periodically scans your surroundings for potential tracking devices, like AirTags or other Find My devices.
The AirTags and other Find My devices are simple, small and perfect to track Android users! Without tracking warnings, as integrated on iOS, anyone could try to track your behavior by placing an AirTag in your jacket, backpack or car.
With the app you can play a sound on AirTags and find it easily. Afterward, you can view at which locations the device has tracked you. For this we use background location access. All location data never leaves your device
If you no one is trying to track you, the app will never bother you.
Tiddloid Lite, a lightweight version of Tiddloid, is an app to work with locally stored TiddlyWikis. Once have some ideas, you can immediately write them down and save it in a tiddler, and sync the Wiki to your other devices so that you can access these ideas anywhere.
Can create a new local wiki with the latest template. Can import existing Tiddlywikis.
A bot implemented as a Github App which analyzes the interactions a user has had elsewhere on Github and uses sentiment analysis to figure out how toxic the user is likely to be in their interactions with your project.
Uses the Probot framework.
A service that lets you look up the bitting codes for just about every lock manufacturer. Gives you the engineering diagrams and precise measurements for bitting to millimeters. Offers mobile apps where you can photograph keys and it'll decode them for you.
Basic subscription costs $10us a month.
There's a better way: a network of independent microblogs. Short posts like tweets but on your own web site that you control.
Micro.blog is a safe community for microblogs. A timeline to follow friends and discover new posts. Hosting built on open standards.
Simply Noise is an online white, pink, and brown noise generator. Good for sleep, deadening noise, concentration, and stress. There are also apps in the iProduct and Android stores that do the same thing (both $0.99us).
Pushover is a pushnotification site that just gives you an API to work with and a near-universal app that runs on Android or iOS. Add realtime notification to whatever you want with nearly no work. The app's free for a week; after that you have to pay $5us for a perpetual license. You also get 7500 notifications per month per integration.
emcomm system designed for emergency situation use when the communications grid is offline. Dedicated hardware base stations and on-board webapps. Registered users can get access to the data, others cannot. encryption Smartphone app for accessing the services. Supposedly the app is p2p as well. GWOB and Frank Sandborn are involved in the project; good.
DocNow responds to the public's use of social media for chronicling historically significant events as well as demand from scholars, students, and archivists, among others, seeking a user-friendly means of collecting and preserving this type of digital content.
An openstreetmap app for android which keeps tabs on your GPS coordinates and shares your location in an anonymous fashion with a random Target ID and tracking code. Can share with chosen people or the public at large. Can transmit and receive data via SMS.
A personal webapp for tracking your own location. Lets you set up a private location diary or a realtime tracker to share with people you give access to. A phone app for iOS and android is the user front-end. The app can publish GPS coordinates and your phone's status to an arbitrary HTTP API endpoint or MQTT broker if you tell it to. Your location gets plotted on a map. The back-end is called Recorder and is found on github: https://github.com/owntracks/recorder
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