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alyssaxuu/screenity is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

Screenity Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to screenity based on common topics and language

  • GitHub repo Kimai 2

    Kimai v2 is a web-based multiuser time-tracking application. Free for everyone: freelancers, agencies, companies, organizations - all can track their times, generate invoices and more. SaaS version available at

  • GitHub repo Video-Hub-App

    Official repository for Video Hub App

  • GitHub repo Instabug

    In-app feedback and bug reporting tool for apps.

  • GitHub repo karmaless

    A karma-free Reddit experience

  • GitHub repo reactjs-media

    The reactjs media is a react package with awesome HTMLMediaElements that are recreated into react components with a good looking UI and fast UX.

  • GitHub repo Kap

    An open-source screen recorder built with web technology

  • GitHub repo libvlc-go

    Go bindings for libVLC and high-level media player interface

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better screenity alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where screenity has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-03-11.
  • I earn a living selling my open source software | 2021-03-11
    I used the Quicktime Player screen-record feature in OS X. Though thanks for the rec.

    Here's another one I like when I want my face and audio in: Screenity (very easy code to work with too).

  • Bug reporting tool that captures Screencast+Narration, JS logs and Network logs and posts to JIRA/Trello/Slack
    Looks Similar to FREE Tool , Have you used the same code?
  • Best and free browser extensions to improve privacy and web experience in 2021 | 2021-01-06
    1. uBlock Origin is an essential addon.

    2. Ninja Cookie - Cookie banners and other annoyances can be blocked with uBlock Origin.

    3. Lastpass - Use your browser's built in manager. Chrome has a custom sync password and Firefox has a master password option. One less extension.

    4. HTTPs everywhere can be avoided if you use Brave, as it automatically upgrades to HTTPs when available. You can set to true in Firefox for a https only browsing experience.

    5. Decentraleyes - Not that useful as it doesn't contain too many cached resources. Use LocalCDN if absolutely insist on using something similar.

    6. Nimbus Screenshot - Screenity ( is open source and much better.

    The more extensions you install, the more people you are trusting not to sell out. Most of these extensions request access to all sites (passwords, cookies, browsing history). Try to keep the number of extensions as low as possible.

    Productivity extensions usually lead to more wastage of time. I do not recommend anything. Use whatever you like.