Taking photos or making beautiful digital artwork is activities most people enjoy doing. Most people have heard of, and might be familiar with, Adobe Photoshop. It’s arguably the most popular image manipulation app around, especially for professionals. However, most people’s image editing needs would be met by apps available right in their browser.
While you won’t have the extensive capabilities Photoshop has, this list of the top eight image editing web apps will likely offer more features than necessary for most people in most instances.
Valentine’s Day is an annual holiday celebrated on February 14th. People exchange tokens of love and affection with beloved fellows. Though people have mixed feelings when Valentine’s Day arrives. Some argue that it has become too commercialized while others believe that it should not be celebrated at all. Those in love want to celebrate their love with pride and glory. This is a special day to observe, which will honor the love of your partners.
Everyone may have their own plans to make Valentine’s Day special; you may intend to send flowers, cakes, cookies, sweets, hampers, and many more gifts but e-cards have their own uniqueness. There are ample choices to be selected from which are also much easier to send quickly.
We’ve rounded up the top ten free websites to send e-cards this Valentine’s.
While many watch the super bowl for the football, many others watch for the creative and often funny commercials. I’m personally not a fan of watching sports as I’d rather play them, but I do enjoy watching the super bowl commercials — usually after the game.
While many of these sites will show essentially the same commercials, it’s the additional features like voting, commenting, video quality and overall presentation that will make the difference. If you missed some or all of the commercials, or if you just want to see them again, here are the top ten sites for watching super bowl commercials online.
We’ve collected the top five reviews, roundups and how-to articles from across the AppStorm network in January. Whether you’re interested in Mac, iPhone, or Web apps, there’s bound to be something you didn’t spot over the course of the month.
Now would be a good time to explore a part of the AppStorm Network you’ve never seen before! Don’t forget, you can always keep track of the whole network via the AppStorm Dashboard.
We all need to take a break from the digital world for awhile and get outside to experience the real world and all it has to offer. Maybe you’re looking for things to do or maybe you’re just looking for ways to enhance the activities you already do; recreation apps like these can make a big difference.
By taking a minute to check your computer before heading outside, you can up your game — no matter what your plans are. These ten great recreation web apps will help you find something to do and make the most of it, or make the most of what you already do!
Sometimes it’s necessary to take a break from work and do something a little more enjoyable — like play games! Of course your employer probably won’t allow you to install a desktop game on your computer but fret not, there are plenty of browser-based games to keep you entertained.
We’ve pulled together ten great browser-based games you should definitely check out.
As most of you may have heard, Haiti was recently devastated by one of the largest earthquakes in its history. This isn’t particularly web app news but what generally follows disasters such as this, is help from around the world. As we all know, help requires money which generally leads to donations.
Thanks to today’s web app technology, donations have become so incredibly simple and easy that not donating is virtually inexcusable. There’s no need for mailing a check or visiting an office to make a donation. From a simple text message to a short online checkout, donating is literally at our fingertips — no matter where you are.
In recognition of the recent Haiti disaster, we’ve rounded up ten sites for quick and painless donating. These have been made possible by the power of web applications, no matter how simple (contact forms, payment gateways, etc).
Cloud computing has started proceeding beyond the hype stage and into the beginning of mainstream adoption. Gartner had included cloud computing in their list of Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2009. They also reported that worldwide cloud services revenue is on pace to surpass $56.3 billion in 2009. As we have just begun 2010, a survey of CIOs and CTOs of various leading companies conducted by Logicalis deduced that cloud computing will dominate focus in 2010. ChromeOS from Google, is a nice model which illustrates the daily use of cloud computing. It is trying to shift the appliance domain to cloud computing and indicates a charm in the field expressed by Google.
In this roundup, we will review some online Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) which are great examples of cloud programming. These solutions can [nearly] replace your desktop IDEs and code editors.
Google Reader is now getting shut down, and a lot has happened in the world of RSS readers since this article was first published in 2010. Check out our brand-new article on the best apps to replace Google Reader, which has a ton of apps you should try out as well as tips for moving your feeds, favorites, and more to new services.
Using a web-based RSS reader allows you to keep up with your online reading, even as you move from computer to computer. Some even offer mobile versions so that you can keep up to date on your phone. There are a variety of different RSS readers available, with different features that you may find useful.
Here are the top ten web-based RSS readers collected from around the web.
There are a few task management web apps that have caught my attention in the past months. Some are in alpha, some in beta and some already available. Their approaches vary greatly as well.
But, in my opinion, they are all going to make a splash in 2010.