- Privacy Redirect for Safari
Privacy Redirect for Safari is a web extension that automatically redirects sites to alternative front-ends like Nitter and Teddit. These front-ends provide users with ways to access the content of popular platforms, without exploiting your private information. Until now, extensions that could redirect to these front-ends were limited to users of Chrome and Firefox. Privacy Redirect for Safari expands this functionality to Apple’s native browser.
txtodo is a minimalist open-source todo list app inspired by Jeff Huang’s One File to Rule Them All and Mac-assed Mac apps like IINA, Sketch, and Safari. It’s available for download on iOS and macOS via the App Store.
Tofu is an easy-to-use, open-source, two-factor authentication app designed specifically for iOS, made by Calle Luks. I adopted it after migrating from Authy, and ended up overhauling its icon system.
SimplyTranslate is a collection of “translation scrapers with interfaces for gemini and the web,” made by metalune. In other words, it’s a privacy-respecting front end for Google Translate, similar to Twitter’s Nitter. Over the course of a couple days – and one synchronous hacking session – I containerized the program to make it easier to deploy on servers worldwide.