Five-O Police Rating – empowers citizens to rate, review and store the details of their interactions with local law enforcement officers. The system then aggregates all scores for a particular county or police officer and assigns by county and officer a dynamic grade for courtesy and professionalism. Citizens are also able to search incident comments by county, state and officer identification number.
App Factory – allows you to easily convert your scripts into full applications. It works with any script you can run from the command line and allows using custom icons. Make sure that the script contains a proper hashbang at the top such as #!/bin/sh or #!/usr/bin/python. If no hashbang is added the script will not work. App Factory is open source.
Public Domain Review – when something enters the public domain, it is available for anyone to see and use. But quite often it is difficult to know what’s out there and which is the best. What you need is a curated selection and that is what Public Domain Review gives you. Subscribe to be notified of updates to the site.
Pics.io – is a photo collection service where the photos are stored in Google Drive. The company claims that over 9,000 people have signed up for the service. Pics.io library is private, unless you decide to share it. Review photos, then share the best. Supports RAW formats and it is always in full resolution. Pics.io works right in a web browser.
Awesome Mode – enables you to record all screen activity on your jailbroken iPhone. From lock screen, to app switching, to notification center – anything a user sees can be recorded. The Awesome Mode is installed on your device, not into the app, so there’s no need for TestFlight builds or installing an SDK.