A very quick recap before going into the topic – You all now what is Google Wave ? – One of the largest clouds of hype seen in recent times in technology. Google Wave is an online tool for real-time communication and collaboration. A wave can be both a conversation and a document where people can discuss and work together using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.
Google Wave are not only used for Increasing Interactivity and Collaborative Learning. Some of the best Use Cases of Google Wave are here – read it.
Using Robots in Google wave is the best way to explore Wave. Here is the huge list of Google Wave Robots that you can add in your contacts and enjoy waving ..
Before getting into the list – You should know How to add Google Wave bots and Google Wave Gadgets.
Huge List of 125 Google Wave Robots –
1. Polly the Pollster (firstname.lastname@example.org): Creates and distributes multiple choice poll questions.
2. Yelpful (email@example.com): Adds an in-wave interface to Yelp.com
3. RSSyBot (firstname.lastname@example.org): Adds an RSS feed to Wave.
4. TwitUsernames (email@example.com): Links @usernames to Twitter.com.
5. Blog bot (firstname.lastname@example.org): Publishes waves to blog posts.
6. Aesthetic Bots Emoticony (email@example.com): Turns smiley faces into images.
7. Sweepy (firstname.lastname@example.org): Removes empty blips.
8. Silly Bots Eliza the Robot Shrink (email@example.com): Talks to you when no one else will.
9. Swedish Chef (firstname.lastname@example.org): Bork bork bork!
10. Flippy (email@example.com): Flips text upside down.
11. Bouncy – (firstname.lastname@example.org) – Bounces users (bots only for now) out of the wave
12. Public – email@example.com – gives a wave the public feature
13. firstname.lastname@example.org – posts the wave to your Blogger blog
14. Emoticony – email@example.com – Turns smiley faces into images.
15, Flippy – firstname.lastname@example.org – flips text upsidedown
16. Kanye West – email@example.com – Kanye West bot… much lulz: Kanye West Public Wave
17. firstname.lastname@example.org – shows a user’s last played song on last.fm
18. Polly – email@example.com – Poll bot
19. Sweepy – firstname.lastname@example.org – Cleans out empty “blips” from your wave
20. Twitusernames – email@example.com – Converts @usernames into Twitter.com urls
21. Eliza – firstname.lastname@example.org – The Google Wave Psychologist
22. Hangman – email@example.com – Play hangman with a bot
23. BotURL – firstname.lastname@example.org – Converts full urls into hyperlinks (which wave seems to do)
24. Yelpful – email@example.com – Adds an in-wave interface to Yelp.com
25. RSSyBot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Adds an RSS feed to Wave.
26. Blog bot – email@example.com – Publishes waves to blog posts.
27. Swedish Chef – firstname.lastname@example.org – Bork bork bork!
28. Wave Alpha – email@example.com – Uses Wolfram Alpha to calculate clever stuff and query Wolfram Alpha.
29. WaveGroupy – firstname.lastname@example.org – A browsable group aggregator for public waves
30. WaveVotely – email@example.com – With a tiny gadget, votely allows you to vote public waves up/down; enabling high-quality content to float up.
31. Wikify – firstname.lastname@example.org – Adds Wikipedia links for topics
32. XMPP – email@example.com – Allows you to subscribe to waves so that your receive notifications via XMPP when users modify them (Confirmed that this works outside the sandbox!)
33. Tweety – firstname.lastname@example.org – Displays your twitter feed in a Wave
34. Skimmy – email@example.com – Similar to Emoticony, but it turns faces into animated images.
35. FML – firstname.lastname@example.org – Upon being added to Wave, it will announce its presence by posting a random FML
36. Piratify – email@example.com – Converts wave text into pirate-speak
37. RickRolley – firstname.lastname@example.org – Rick Roll a wave (please do not use this one in public, god will kill a kitten)
38. Rosy Etta – email@example.com – Translation bot
39. Woot – firstname.lastname@example.org –
40. Wave Moderator – email@example.com
41. ICUBots – firstname.lastname@example.org – Googlewavebots.info’s bot spider
42. Wave Archive – email@example.com
43. Embeddy – firstname.lastname@example.org
44. SlashChuck – email@example.com
45. WP Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org
46. Verse Seeker – email@example.com
47. Wave Email Notifications – firstname.lastname@example.org
48. Quran Wave – email@example.com
49. My Wave ID – firstname.lastname@example.org – Creates a blip at the end of the wave, containing the current wave ID, both in “wave” and full url formats. Can just be taken out of the wave afterwards (only works upon being added).
50. Easy Public – email@example.com
51. ComicSans Killer – firstname.lastname@example.org
52. BaaS – email@example.com
53. Wavy – firstname.lastname@example.org
54. Board Game Geeky – email@example.com – Adds links for capitalised boardgame titles to the appropriate page on http://boardgamegeek.com
56. Wavelet Title Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org
57. Invitation Bot – email@example.com
59. Reflecty – firstname.lastname@example.org
60. Heustoor – email@example.com
63. Contrepwave – firstname.lastname@example.org – French robot 🙂 that diplays all the spoonerisms containing the longest word of a blip (if size >5) / Robot listant les contrepeteries contenant le mot le plus long du blip, si ce mot est plus long que 5 lettres.
64. Eliza – email@example.com – An implementation of the Eliza chatbot borrowed from the NLTK.
65. Rude chatbot – firstname.lastname@example.org – An obnoxious chatbot borrowed from the Natural Language Processing Toolkit.
66. TooAngel Wave – email@example.com – A self learning robot, that will respond to a reply in a more humanoid way
67. Converty – firstname.lastname@example.org – This bot will do in place unit conversions for simple units. Abbreviations not yet supported.
68. Calcbot – email@example.com – This bot will do in place calculations for simple mathematical expressions and allow you to use user defined variables.
69. Cartoony – firstname.lastname@example.org – Replaces the text of every submitted blip with a cartoon balloon that contains the text instead. Colors the balloons based on username.
70. Dice Bot – email@example.com – Dice-rolling bot. Dice Bot will replace XdY (X is the number of dice; Y is the number of sides) with the results of those rolls.
71. Fnordlinky – firstname.lastname@example.org – Replaces “PMID ” with article information from PubMed.
72. Hearty Emobot – email@example.com – Replaces ASCII art with wingding characters.
73. i-cron – firstname.lastname@example.org – Evaluates Python expressions. Looks at blips in event, searches for CALC() macros and executes Python code using exec().
74. IMDbotty – email@example.com – Replaces links to movies/TV shows on IMDb with a gadget that displays basic information (cover, title, rating, etc…).
75. Inbeddable – firstname.lastname@example.org – Converts links to embedded objects
76. Insulty – email@example.com – Information Needed
77. IPA Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Changes normal letters into special characters used for phonetics.
78. Plotzie – email@example.com – Plots sparklines from your data.
79. Simlerbot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Does www.simler.com link formatting (@ links to twitter profiles, # links to twitter searches, ~ links to simler profiles,  links to simler tag page.)
80. Smiley – Smiley_wave@appspot.com – Replaces common ascii smileys with image emoticons.
82. Watexy – email@example.com – Use LaTeX mathematical language in your Waves!
83. Bard Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Play many text adventure games.
84. Roshambo – email@example.com – Play Roshambo (Rock / Paper / Scissors).
84. Groupy – firstname.lastname@example.org – Robot to manage groups.
85. Groupy2 – email@example.com – Robot to manage groups.
86. drop.io – firstname.lastname@example.org – Creates a drop and puts the info into the wave whenever the robot is added as a participant.
87. PlonieBot – email@example.com – Brings wave document editing capabilities to the Plone CMS
88. Poppy – firstname.lastname@example.org – Helps bridge Google Wave conversations to email users outside the Wave.
89. Starify – email@example.com – Lets you star waves, in sort of bookmarking style.
90. Twiliobot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Transforms phone numbers into click-to-call links. If user clicks a link, a call is placed to his phone and to the number in the link. The call can be transcribed and inserted into the wave as text with a link to the audio.
91. Wave Live Messenger – email@example.com – Allows you to chat to your windows live messenger contacts from inside a wave.
92. Rosy Etta – firstname.lastname@example.org – Translator (40 Languages).
93. Aunt Rosie – email@example.com – Translator bot
94. Dr Maps – firstname.lastname@example.org – Updates a wave by inserting a map associated to an address.
95. Dr Weather – email@example.com – Gives the weather for a City
96. Embedded Search Results – firstname.lastname@example.org – Web and Image searches inline.
97. FML Blipper – email@example.com – displays random FML story from www.fmylife.com
98. Grauniady – firstname.lastname@example.org – Searches the latest items from The Guardian for a given phrase.
99. Stocky – email@example.com – Detects stock symbols from a wave and updates it with the live stock price.
100. Wavethingy – firstname.lastname@example.org – Searches Amazon for DVDs and books, and gives the author a cut of any purchases made off the links.
101. Yelpy – email@example.com – Searches Yelp with a user defined location and category.
102. BingyBot – Bingybot@appspot.com – Answers your questions using the Bing.com search engine
103. AmazonBot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Enables social product research and shopping on Amazon.com. Wave participants can share products & reviews with contacts in real-time thanks to automatic queries by the AmazonBot against conversation keywords. The AmazonBot gadget can detect products and return inline product links or a custom full product browser.
104. eBayBot – email@example.com – a Google Wave robot and gadget – which enable social product research, auctions and shopping on ebay.com. Wave participants can share auctions & information with contacts in real-time thanks to automatic queries by the ebayBot against conversation keywords. The eBayBot gadget can detect products and return inline auction and product links or a custom full auction browser.
105. AmazonMP3Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org – a Google Wave robot and gadget – which enables social mp3 music research and shopping on Amazon.com. The AmazonMP3Bot gadget and bot can detect audio products and return inline links based on a Wave conversation or keyword query autodetecting artist name, song title, or album.
106. Bloggy – email@example.com – Information Needed
107. Bit.ly Bot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Shortens the url using bitly.
108. CountColon – email@example.com – Adds text statistics to your blips (words, lines, etc.)
109. Companion Sphere – firstname.lastname@example.org – Collection of geek utils, first working verb is “lookup” for wikipedia/wiktionary one-line descriptions.
110. Chart Bot – email@example.com – Embed charts and diagrams from Google Chart API service.
111. Deciwave – firstname.lastname@example.org – Embed music flash player from GoEar, Jamendo and The Sixty One.
112. JBreakout – email@example.com – Debug utility that reports event triggers.
113. Maison – firstname.lastname@example.org – Makes blips public at http://maison.appspot.com.
114. Multi – email@example.com – A quote collector. Reply a blip you want to quote with ‘quote this’ and randomly display a quote with ‘quote ’. The bot is still being under development but you can try playing with it.
115. Natural Language Processing – firstname.lastname@example.org – Adds blips with NLP analysis.
116. Nokar – email@example.com – Has many features such as translations, image insertion, insert last tweets etc.
117. Posterous-robot – firstname.lastname@example.org – A robot for posterous.com user to post blog in Google Wave. Here is how to write a blog using Google Wave Robot for Posterous.
118. Publisher – email@example.com – A robot that publish the wave as a .js page evryone can see (seems to work only in sandbox)
119. Smiley – firstname.lastname@example.org – Changes the smiley symbols to smiley images.
120. Smiley2 – In Progress – email@example.com – Changes the smiley symbols to smiley images.
121. Style Chart Robot – firstname.lastname@example.org – Inserts a chart into a wave.
122. Read Onlie – email@example.com – Records the original wave content. Whenever it’s edited, the content is replaced with the original. Simple as that.
123. Seekdroid – firstname.lastname@example.org – You can list Robots, add them and find them out, easy to use. In continuous development. Website with all the information seekdroid.appspot.com.
124. Taggy – email@example.com – Recognize #hashtags and add them as tags to the wave.
125. Tocgen – firstname.lastname@example.org – Table of Contents auto-generated and updated based on the h1,h2,h3,h4 in a wave.
If you find any bots left out .. feel free to use the comments section – we will add to the list. If any new bots are introduced then we will be adding it to the list .. so check out !
If someone needs Google Wave Invite – You can ping me on Twitter – @dangerdiabolick or use comments section – 16 Invites left !