About this site

The Internet Wishlist is a collection of ideas for apps and websites people are wishing for. Think of it like a suggestion box for the future of technology. Ideas range from web to mobile, realistic to imaginary, and helpful to humorous.

In a world of me-too startups, we hope this project inspires entrepreneurs, developers and designers to innovate and build the products and features that people want.

To contribute, post an idea on Twitter and include #theiwl in your tweet.

A project by
Magenta Labs.

I wish a fast payment system was implemented for paywall articles I want to read. I don’t want to commit to lots of different subscriptions.

– @amanda

Posted on Sunday, April 14th 2013

Source twitter.com

I would like to see an Economist-style, long-form analytical blog/magazine for tech to complement the ADHD blogging that exists today.

– @khsieh

Posted on Tuesday, April 2nd 2013

Source twitter.com

Github for music could work just with message boards that allowed very big file uploads. You’d have diff categories: “vocals needed, etc”

– @stevenbjohnson

Posted on Wednesday, March 20th 2013

Source twitter.com

RSS feed-like service where you just get an ePub every Saturday with the latest from your subscriptions.

– @sawyerh

Posted on Wednesday, March 13th 2013

Source twitter.com

What I really want is a standalone app from Twitter for DMs. Like Facebook’s Poke app.

– @anildash

Posted on Wednesday, March 13th 2013

Source twitter.com

Movie theaters should have phone chargers in your seats but they automatically turn your phone off when you plug in.

– @gabebc

Posted on Saturday, March 9th 2013

Source twitter.com

I really want a universal tool that tracks all the stuff I by as it ships to me. I feel like there must 5 boxes swarming toward me right now.


Posted on Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Source twitter.com