There are so many applications which are useful for Steemit users and owners of steem or steem power, that I can’t possibly list them all. Below I am listing at least 17 of my favourite steemit related applications and websites.
I will simply list the links. Please feel to visit the links and explore. You are welcome to describe the features of any link or add a picture in your comments. Users will find that useful.
Do you have a favourite steemit application or website? Tell me about it, in the comments below, with a link and photo! I will thank you.
Are you the developer of one of the applications listed? What didn’t I say, that you would have said?. Please let us have your comments!
Are you developing a steemit application? Please tell us all about it.
Do you need a new steemit application? What features would you like to be included?
Many of you will see that these links are incredibly useful. It was hard work putting the list together. Please don’t forget to upvote if find this blog useful.
A note to all commenters - and a gentle warning to comment spammers.
Before you comment, please upvote this post. You will participate in the curation rewards by upvoting. You don’t need to comment to get a curation reward. The sooner you vote, the bigger your share of the curation reward. Early voters get more.
The comments section is for those who would like to join in the discussion by adding something useful to me or to other readers. Before you comment, please think “Is what I am writing going to be useful to other readers?”. If the answer is “Yes”, then I love you. I will vote you. I might check your other posts. I might decide to follow you.
If you have nothing particularly useful to say, then, no problem, don’t say anything. Just vote. I will still love you for your vote. You don’t need to tell me you voted. I can easily see who voted, who followed, who flagged and who re-steemed. There’s no need to mention it in a comment. I check everyone who votes anyway.
If you are a comment-spammer, then this is not the place for you. Don’t write things like “Great post bro”, “Good post about steemit, thanks for sharing” or “Thanks for the really useful information”. If that’s how you feel, just up-vote. Comments like this don’t add anything to the discussion. They will be perceived by me and by other readers as spam, and you have a high risk that I or some of my followers will criticise you, or flag you.
Please don’t request follow for follow, vote for vote, or post non related links or memes. Keep everything relevant to the topic of this blog.
My top steemit links and applications
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Of all the sites mentioned, the best and most useful for me is the following. You can find out almost anything about an account, like who voted, where your curation reward comes from, or many other useful things.