A stopwatch for Android that increases a counter every time you reset it. I use it when working out so that I don't have to keep in mind the current set number.
A program that shows the number of cycles a piece of code takes, using the RDTSC instruction.
A city builder written in Python. Nothing really to play with currently. :(
A 2D game where you fly in a spaceship, get crystal to power your ship and avoid asteroids and mines. Requires Python 2.x and pysfml2-cython: https://github.com/bastienleonard/pysfml2-cython
This Android program allows you to browse your SD card and select which directories shouldn't be scanned by media players.
This binding allows you to easily access the lm_sensors features from your Python programs, so that you can get or set information such as the speed of the fans or hardware temperature on Linux systems. This is actually a binding for libsensors, the C API from the lm_sensors project.