As the U.S. presidential campaign rounds the home stretch, all political parties are hoping for large turnouts — which means registering people to vote. Fortunately, there’s a bot for that, and it’s on this week’s list of top 5 bots.

So, register to vote, watch the final presidential debate on Wednesday evening, and head to the polls on November 8!

Here are the five most popular bots this past week, as they appear on Botlist:


HelloVote bot5. HelloVote

HelloVote is the chatbot that helps you register to vote! Simply enter your number on this page or text HELLO to 384-387, and HelloVote will guide you through the process and help take care of filling out the voter registration form for your state. It’s as simple as sending a few texts! (Data and message rates may apply. Text STOP to 384-387 to stop all messages.)

Available on Messenger


DoNotPay Housing bot4. DoNotPay Housing

A bot to help the homeless and evicted fight for housing.

Available on web


Azkarbot3. Azkarbot

This bot reminds Muslims when it’s time for morning and evening prayers and suggests readings.

Available on Messenger


icon8bot2. icon8bot

Icon8 is an artificial intelligence-powered bot that turns your selfies into pieces of art. Snap a selfie, apply a style, and share your new look with friends. Icon8 is inspired by the world’s greatest artists and designers so that you can enjoy their works, too.

Available on Messenger, Telegram


Casey Neistat bot1. Casey Neistat Bot

Chat with Casey Neistat and ask him questions. Check out his videos, what gear he uses, his advice, and more.

Available on Messenger

Popularity of the top 5 bots on Botlist is based on web traffic to individual bots’ pages appearing on the site, which currently lists more than 11,000 bots. The bot directory says it receives more than 200 submissions each week and tests their purpose, functionality, content, and overall quality before accepting them. This week’s rankings were for the period October 10-16, 2016.

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