If you’re like me and spend way more time in front of your monitor than you should (including during the wee hours, with the room lights off), you might lament the lack of a “dark mode” on many websites. Stylish lets you fix this for most popular sites in one fell swoop.
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Chrome/Firefox: Facebook's privacy settings are, quite frankly, a mess. The only thing harder than figuring out what's being shared is deleting all of your activity. Fortunately, there are scripts to help with this.
Chrome/Firefox: Dropbox is a crowd favourite in the file-syncing tool category thanks to no shortage of uses. The site kind of sucks to navigate though. Fortunately, you can make it a little less terrible with Dropbox Plus.
Firefox/Chrome: If you're a heavy Google Reader user, you may well have dozens of articles starred and feeds organised into folders or categories. This simple userscript lets you filter all of those feeds by folder, whether the article is starred, by keyword, or by author or blog so you can quickly bookmark them or save them elsewhere.
Android: Moving from the desktop, where you may have your favourite userscripts set up, to your Android phone, where you're missing all of them, can be painful. TamperMonkey is an Android browser that has full support for userscripts, and allows you to add and manage GreaseMonkey scripts to your Android device.