Originally written in Dec 2014, updated as needed. If you're trying to panda a HIT, or keep an eye on some of your favorite requesters' HIT lists, you may want a tool that can automatically refresh a webpage without you having to keep manually hitting the refresh button or F5. Here are some of the current options - not comprehensive (there's way too many bad/buggy/broken auto-refresh things out there), just what currently appears to me to be the best. Be aware that if you have too many mturk pages being reloaded/refreshed in any of the various ways (including userscripts such as HIT Scraper and Turkmaster), you need to slow down and spread out the refresh intervals, or you'll get 'max page requests' errors from mturk. I've included links to a few resources from the creators of the now-defunct 'mturkhitstream' site (their site may be gone, but fortunately their videos and blog are still available). Except where specifically stated otherwise, this is talking about browsers for desktops/laptops running Windows/Mac/Linux. Mobile possibilities are more limited; the browsers available for mobile OSes that call themselves by the same names as desktop-OS browsers don't have the same features.