Applications

Cozy is a versatile platform. Through its apps, it has multiple uses. Discover here what our team and the community have built for you.

Calendar

Built by Cozy

Manage your events and alarms. Sync them with your smartphone and your apps.

Contacts

Built by Cozy

Manage your contact books. Sync them with your smartphone and your apps.

Emails

Built by Cozy

Read, send and backup your emails.

Files

Built by Cozy

Your online file-system, synced with your devices.

Blog (Ghost Platform)

Built by Ghost

Share your stories with the world with the Ghost Blogging Platform.

Photos

Built by Cozy Labs

Organize your photos and share them with friends.

Data Browser

Built by Christophe

Browse and visualize all your data (raw format).

Frost

Built by Yannick Lohse

Save a copy of your favorite web pages on Cozy.

HasteBin

Built by Clochix

A simple pastebin, a tool to easily share texts, logs and code.

Import from Google

Built by Cozy Labs

An app to import your data from your Google account.

Konnectors

Built by Cozy Labs

Import data from third party services (Twitter, Jawbone, Github…).

Kresus

Built by Benjamin

Manage your personal finances and link your bills to your bank operations.

KYou

Built by Frank

Improve your health and happiness by quantifying yourself.

Map

Built by Remi Roubin

Open Street Map in your Cozy.

Mstsc

Built by Sylvain

Manage your Windows Desktop remotely through the RDP protocol.

Music

Built by Ronan

Listen to your favorite Music in your Cozy.

Notes

Built by Cozy Labs

Write notes and augment them with data from other apps.

Remote Storage

Built by Romain

A Remote Storage for your Unhosted applications.

Sync

Built by Cozy

Sync your contacts and calendars with your smartphone through CalDAV and CardDAV.

Tasky

Built by Joseph

Super fast and simple tag-based task manager.

Term

Built by Alexandre

A terminal app to watch the internal of your Cozy.

The Lounge

Built by The Lounge

Access to your favorite IRC channels from your Cozy.

Tiddlywiki

Built by Jeremy Ruston

A non-linear personal web notebook.