Wappalyzer uncovers the technologies used on websites. If you're a web developer or just have an interest in software on the web, go ahead and install the browser extension.
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Wappalyzer is open-source. Get the source at GitHub.
I must say @Wappalyzer is one of the hottest tools I've found in forever for discovery and learning.— Jason Scott (@jasonkylescott) February 5, 2014
Sincerely, @Wappalyzer, you are a staple in my internet browsing experience. Can't imagine not having it. Friends' browsers confuse me now.— Mike Purvis (@mikedotexe) December 10, 2013
Whoa! Just saw that @wappalyzer detects versions now.Sweet!— Tom (@tifkin_) February 27, 2013
I have to say, as a web developer, the @wappalyzer Chrome extension is one of my favorite extensions ever.— Justin Wilson (@jwilsjustin) January 31, 2013
just discovered @wappalyzer for chrome. identifies software on the web! magic!— gian tapp (@giantapp) January 28, 2013
just discovered @wappalyzer for firefox.Where have you been all my life?— Andrew McCormick (@buckeye_fan) January 13, 2013
@wappalyzer is really amazing tool for front end development. I became addicted on checking technologies used on the every favorite webpage.— Vladimir Pavlović (@vlad_pavlov) December 23, 2012
I dig it! (Wappalyzer) chrome.google.com/webstore/detai…— GQAdonis (@GQAdonis2008) December 20, 2012
Somehow I only just discovered @wappalyzer and now I'm revisiting all 7,583 of my favorite websites & designer portfolios— Sara Rasmussen (@sararasmussn) September 28, 2012