 Input data can be prepared using the graphical user interface PWGui, by Anton Kokalj
 An alternative graphical user interface (also for WIndows and Mac): BURAI by Satomichi Nishihara (Version 1.3 available here)
 Visualization of the results can be obtained using XCrySDen
 Other visualization software that can produce input data or read output data for Quantum ESPRESSO:
 GDIS
 JICE (online converter available at this link)
 VMD
 VESTA.
 Quantum ESPRESSO plugins (i.e. software that add functionalities by modifying QE code):
 Externally distributed software using Quantum ESPRESSO code:
 thermo_pw: Elastic constants, Vibrational properties in the QuasiHarmonic Approximation
 QEGIPAW: EPR and NMR chemical shifts
 WEST: Electronic excitations with ManyBody Perturbation Theory
 KGEC: Kuboâ€“Greenwood Electrical Conductivity (reference paper)
 External software that can either use QE as a quantum engine, or use QE output data for further processing
 Schrodinger Materials Science Suite
 AiiDA: Automated Interactive Infrastructure and Database for Computational Science
 YAMBO: Electronic excitations with ManyBody Perturbation Theory
 BerkeleyGW: ManyBody Perturbation Theory
 QMCPACK: Quantum Monte Carlo calculations
 ElaStic: Elastic Constants
 XtalOpt: Evolutionary/Genetic Algorithm
 USPEX: Evolutionary/Genetic Algorithm
 CALYPSO: Crystal structure prediction via Particle Swarm Optimization
 PHON: Phonon calculation using the FrozenPhonon approach
 phononpy: Phonon calculation using the FrozenPhonon approach
 WanT: Coherent Transport from Maximally Localized Wannier Functions
 WANNIER90: Maximallylocalized Wannier functions and transport properties
 BoltzTraP: Calculation of transport properties
 AMULET: Dynamical Mean Field Theory calculations
 PYXAID: nonadiabatic Molecular Dynamics (link currently broken)
 NanoTCAD ViDES: Simulation of nanostructured devices
 LOBSTER: a localorbital basisset suite for extracting chemical information from planewave calculations
 CRITIC2: Bader analysis, laplacian of density and potentials, noncovalent interaction plots and much more

Other QE resources found in external sites:
 Virtual NanoLab (VNL) graphical user interface, a free product by QuantumWise
 NanoHub
 ATAT Thermodynamic modeling of alloys (orderdisorder transition, phonons, special quasirandom structures, CALPHAD models, etc.).
(Last updated January 20, 2019)