Wappalyzer

Identify the software used on the websites you visit

#5 Product of the WeekMay 03, 2015
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Olivier El Mekki@oelmekki · maker
I was first thinking: "cool, a quicker way than looking at html or js console". Then I saw you can actually click names in the list and see top sites using this tech, graphs of usage over time and other data. Wow.
Violeta NedkovaHunter@violetanedkova · Creative Rebel Coach
@oelmekki Dude, I didn't even know this until now!
David Iwanow@davidiwanow · Global SEO Manager @ Schibsted
@oelmekki agreed that is pretty damn cool otherwise it's just a list, really love the interaction possible without a paid account
Violeta NedkovaHunter@violetanedkova · Creative Rebel Coach
"Wappalyzer is a browser extension that uncovers the technologies used on websites. It detects content management systems, eCommerce platforms, web servers, JavaScript frameworks, analytics tools and many more." --> Basically, it's a LOT of fun for everyone.
Paul Shapiro@fighto · Director of Strategy & Innovation
I like http://builtwith.com better.
Violeta NedkovaHunter@violetanedkova · Creative Rebel Coach
@fighto Having the extension is quite handy though... unless builtwith has one too? Honestly, I would never go to a site and start poking around what sites are made of. But with the extension it's just there in my browser, and I can't help looking. :D
Blaine Hatab@blainehatab · Co-founder, Open Minded Innovations
@fighto @v4violetta Builtwith has a chrome extension, it's great. Gotta check this out though just to see.
Violeta NedkovaHunter@violetanedkova · Creative Rebel Coach
@fighto @blainehatab Didn't know that! eeek, FOMO.
Scott Wall@scottwall0 · Professional Services Reporting Engineer
Ghostly and datanyze do this too.
David Iwanow@davidiwanow · Global SEO Manager @ Schibsted
@scottwall0 Ah yes I must look at Ghostly again used to use it a heap when doing analytics audits
Scott Wall@scottwall0 · Professional Services Reporting Engineer
@scottwall0 *ghostery. My bad
Dave Park@daveparkhere · Learning stuff by trying new projects
i was thinking the same about Ghostery. anyone know how this differs?
Zac Davies@zacdavies · Customer Success Manager @ Mentorloop
@scottwall0 Ghostly is a rad record label :) http://www.ghostly.com/