Your Bookmarklets, On Steroids

Quix is an extensible bookmarklet, that allows you to easily access all your bookmarks and bookmarklets, across all your browsers, while maintaining them in only one spot. All you have to do is remember the shortcut for the bookmarklet, so, basically, it’s like a command line for your browser!

Quix comes with an enormous amount of powerful commands built in: check out the video below, or the first steps guide, after that, check out how to integrate it with your browser, and all the commands that are available by default.

 
Step 1

Drag Quix App

To your Bookmarks Toolbar

Quix

You're done

Once Installed Click
& Run a Command

See some examples


 

No plugins slowing down your browser

A lot of developers and other heavy browser users have noticed it: they use FireFox because it's got these awesome extensions, but it's also these extensions that make FireFox slow, very very slow. And most of the stuff these extensions do, we don't even need on each page load, so wouldn't it be a lot better if we could choose to perform certain commands when we need them?

No need to remember multiple bookmarklets

The solution for a lot of these issues are bookmarklets, but when you've been working with bookmarklets for a while, you'll notice that these bookmarklets are cluttering your browser toolbar, which means you can't find them anymore or spend valuable time looking for the correct bookmarklet. There has to be an easier way right? That's where Quix comes in!

Maintain your bookmarklets in one spot

Quix gives you a simple prompt, which allows you to type easy to remember commands and perform the actions you want to perform when you want to perform them, and not a second later. It comes with a huge set of built in commands, but you can easily extend it by using your own commands file too!

Works Everywhere

Because it's a bookmarklet, it works in any browser, and yes, that includes your phone, for instance your iPhone:

Quix on iPhone

Fully Customizable

Quix works with a commands file. There's a default one, but you can also make your own and override some or all of the commands availble!

To extend Quix, you don't have to be a coder, there's full documentation of how extending it works, read all about the Quix Syntax.

Once you've created your own command file, go to the extend page, and create your own special bookmarklet!