Reggy is a Chrome extension with an interesting function. It lets us auto-fill the registration forms online. For example, if you want to create a new email account then you have to fill in all of your details such as name, address, mobile number and so on. But Reggy does not fill your real data into online forms. Rather it generates some random data and uses it to fill all kinds of online forms.
With the help of Reggy, we can create accounts with bogus information. In case, you are wondering why would someone create an account with fake information. The answer is very simple – to avoid unnecessary demand of your personal information from some sites. For example, some software sites ask you to create an account before you can download their software. Using Reggy, you can quickly create an account without supplying your real information.
Some of the websites ask for a secondary or alternate email address for the registration to complete. Reggy takes care of this too. It offers random email addresses from a disposable email address service called Mailinator. However since Mailinator has become very popular, some websites have started to reject it. Another disposable email address service provider is Maildrop which is also used by Reggy.
Reggy can generate random information for a user such as the first name, last name, gender, date of birth, address, city, country, ZIP code and mobile number. You can also change this identity at random as you wish. If you are using the aforementioned disposable email addresses then you can click on the Check inbox button to check any email messages. Sometimes you have verify the email address by clicking on a link or enter some code from these email addresses. This is why Reggy is very useful for people who wish to keep their real identity protected.
You can get the Reggy extension for the Chrome web browser from https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/reggy/pnneajlgffpejnabhionnhdfhibijihe.