Looking for something? These are my current apps for iOS and Mac:
History Book automatically saves the content of your browsing history in a privacy-friendly way. You can use it as a personal search engine for webpages you know or as a read-later app.
Vinegar replaces the YouTube player with a minimal HTML
<video> tag. It removes ads, prevents tracking, restores picture-in-picture, and keeps videos playing in the background.
Like Vinegar, Baking Soda replaces custom video players with a
<video> tag. It works on all websites other than YouTube but doesn’t block ads.
Crappy VPN is a menu bar app that makes it easier to create an SSH tunnel proxy.
Search Filter lets you swipe-to-delete search results from domains you don’t like. Deleted search results will stay deleted in subsequent searches. It supports Google and DuckDuckGo.
ActiveTab makes it easier to spot the active tab in Safari by drawing a line below it. It tries to fix the problematic tab design introduced in Safari 15.
AMP Shockwave is a simple Safari extension that redirects AMPs to regular web pages. It’s only 50 lines of code.
Staring is a tiny app that prevents your Mac from sleeping. The source code is available on GitHub.
Time Capsule lets you save web pages as
.webarchive files and search their full-text content. There’s also a web service for syncing your saved pages.