Web.AppStorm reviews 100 of their favorite web apps

Web.AppStorm is a regular hangout for me as I learn more about the huge amount of web apps* available out in the vast world of the internet. To make things easier, they released a compilation/roundup of their 100 favorite apps, arranged by the following categories:

  • Files
  • Presentations
  • Bookmarking
  • Diary
  • To-Dos
  • Coding
  • Learning
  • Music
  • Entertainment
  • Writing
  • Email
  • Communications
  • Office
  • Images
  • Notes
  • Project management
  • Money
  • Reading
  • Dashboards
  • Websites
  • Profile pages

Whew that’s a lot! Some apps featured that I use personally (and highly recommend) are:

  • Dropbox (see my previous post on what is it, and how it can be used)
  • Sliderocket
  • Prezi
  • Simplenote
  • Instapaper
  • Carbonmade
  • Be sure to spend a little time to check out these apps and see if they fill a gap in your work or life.

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    *Web apps are apps/programs that run on the web via a browser, meaning that there’s no installation needed, and hence you don’t pay for the software (though you might need to subscribe to the service; and it’s usually subscription based, meaning it’s not a once-off payment). The caveat is that many of these apps require an internet connection and Flash, and if you don’t want Adobe Flash installed (read: John Gruber and Ben Brooks), use Google Chrome to access these sites.

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