Here are some of my software projects, all of which are free to use and open-source. They've been featured on Kotaku, Chrome Unboxed, XDA, 9to5Google, Wccftech, ComputerWorld, Google’s Project Fugu API showcase, TechRadar, and other places.
Link Cleaner is a web app that removes unnecessary junk from web links in one click, using modern browser APIs for importing and sharing links.
PhotoStack is a batch photo editor with offline support, advanced watermarking, and customizable export options.
ImageShare is a lightweight web app for uploading images. It was originally designed as a replacement for the Nintendo 3DS Image Share Service, accessible through the Nintendo 3DS/2DS Browser, but it also works on many other basic/legacy web browsers.
Share to Mastodon
Share to Mastodon is a browser extension for quickly sharing links and tabs to the Mastodon social network. You can click the Mastodon button in the top bar (or the keyboard shortcut) to share the current tab, or right-click a link on any page.
Peek allows you to preview dozens of types of documents, without downloading them. Just hover over a file's link, and Peek will display an interactive preview instantly. The extension supports PDFs, Office documents, videos, audio, Google Docs links, and more.
Wikipedia Search adds the ability to search Wikipedia straight from the address bar. You can also right-click a selected word or phrase to perform a search.
Wii Shop Channel Music
This plays the Wii Shop Channel theme in the background when you visit a shopping website, like Amazon, eBay, Best Buy, or Google Shopping.
Cobalt is a lightweight operating system based on FreeDOS.
Nexus Tools is an installer for Google's Android SDK Platform Tools package, which includes ADB, Fastboot, and other applications. Nexus Tools is writen in Dart, and can run on Linux, macOS, Windows, Windows Subsystem for Linux, and Chrome OS with a single installation command.