Widgipedia is a comprehensive database of widget tools.
Widgets are small, portable applications that are essentially embeddable chunks of code used as plugins for a Graphical User Interface. They are most often utilized as online tools to enhance a particular webpage or blog (tickers, weather, banner ads, etc.) but can also be downloaded for use on a desktop PC or mobile devices like the iPhone and Blackberry.
Although there are many Widget sites, Widgipedia categorizes widgets intuitively according to their use either as web, desktop or device based widgets. It is also highly customizable and provides tools for widget creation and tracking tools for developers.
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