I have a few apps available on AppCenter for elementary OS. Check them out!
Collection of apps that I want to make or wish existed for elementary OS. Sketches/wireframes might exist for some of these; if you’re interested in taking one of these on, let me know.
Also note that the names of in-progress apps and concepts are not set in stone, they’re just how I currently refer to them.
Anamorph: De-squeeze anamorphic footage, i.e. that shot with a Moment Anamorphic lens.
Audio: Play audio files. That’s it. Utility for playing downloaded voicemails, personal recordings, etc. without opening up a full-fledged music app.
Codecard: Share snippets of code as a pretty image, e.g. for social media.
Plausible: Native app that wraps up Plausible dashboard data. Would likely need a new name since it’s unofficial.
Rundown: Battery rundown app that waits until the battery is full, then power is unplugged, then it runs benchmarks until the battery dies. Use across hardware for consistent/comparable battery stats. Probably needs to do a variety of work behind the scenes, like loading webpages (WebKitGTK), maybe playing videos, occasionally hitting the CPU.
Webshooter: Your friendly neighborhood website screenshooter. Grab full-size screenshots of web pages at predefined sizes. Great for sharing prototypes.
Backdrop: Small collection of curated wallpapers just for elementary OS. Maybe using an Unsplash collection as a back-end, or just shipping the wallpapers with the app.
Clack: A simple, no-frills notepad sort of app. Just the bare minimum needed to spit some text into a .txt file.
Diffaroo: Get a diff of the filesystem, packages, etc. from a known-good state, i.e. to see changes made from a stock image by an OEM.
Gotham: Selectively force-enable a dark style support third-party apps, like Firefox. Would show a list of apps (perhaps just non-curated ones?), allowing you to toggle dark style support, which could copy the .desktop file and prepend it with an environment variable that followed the elementary dark style. Or something.
Lyra: Get lyrics and meaning for almost any song. Powered by the Genius API. Hook into MPRIS to see what’s playing, but also search for songs/lyrics.
Pixels: A pixel-perfect ruler. Inspired by PixelSnap for Mac.
Pwatypus: Turn PWAs into pinned, integrated web apps. Like Webpin, but leaning more on PWA manifests and focusing on as deep of integration as possible.
Roost: App for Nest smart devices, i.e. thermostat, cams, etc.
Shortlist: Better than wishlists. Pick a small number of items you want. This would likely be more a web service with native front-ends for at least elementary OS and Android.
Stickers: A collection of cute stickers that can be pasted into apps. Ideally featuring Adorbs, maybe any Telegram-compatible stickers?