Bots on Botwiki

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Image bots

Bots posting images.

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GIF bots

Bots posting animated GIFs.

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Emoji ✨ bots


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Game bots

These bots are all fun and games.

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Poetry bots

Bots that write and collect poetry.

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Generative bots

Bots that make things.

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Non-English bots

Est-ce que votre bot parle français?

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IoT bots

“Internet of things” bots, practically robots!

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Open source bots

Bots you can use to make more bots.

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Monthly Bot Challenge winners

The best of the best.

Browse by network

Twitter bots

Bots posting on Twitter.

Slack bots

Bots for Slack.

Tumblr bots

Bots posting on Tumblr.

Reddit bots

Bots posting on Reddit.

Facebook bots

Automated Facebook pages.

Facebook Messenger bots

Bots on Facebook’s Messenger app.

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YouTube bots

Bots that post videos on YouTube.

Hype Machine
Snapchat bots

Bots posting on Snapchat.

Kik bots

Bots posting on Kik.

AIM bots

Bots that used to post on AIM.

So what exactly is a “bot”?

Well, it really depends on who you ask:

An Internet bot, also known as web robot, WWW robot or simply bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks over the Internet. Typically, bots perform tasks that are both simple and structurally repetitive, at a much higher rate than would be possible for a human alone.


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Bunch of Twitter usernames that are not controlled by people, but are just robots that are programmed to release the information related to all these different things. And that’s really interesting.

A user experience tester

In essence, an online bot is a program (sometimes simple, sometimes more complex) that does something a human would otherwise do, like post pictures on Tumblr or retweet Tweets about cats.

Bots can be funny, useful, artistic — but also annoying and spammy. This site, and our Botmakers community, are dedicated to the friendlier kind.

Feel free to browse the bots below — by categories or by the network on which they operate, check out the botmaking resources, articles, or just use the search on top of this page, if you’re looking for something specific.