Written by: Talha Javed
A Web application (Web app) is an application program that is stored on a remote server and delivered over the Internet through a browser interface. So you don't need a flashy gadget to access these apps. All you need a simple desktop computer, internet and a browser software.
There are so many categories of these apps present on web. Some of the useful apps that I use daily and I want to share them with The Truth readers are below:
Note: Reviews of these web apps are not my own words. These reviews are from different websites, because I’m not a writer I’m just a Computer Guy but I dig these apps so much so these reviews are so much right about them:
Google Docs, Sheets and Slides are a free, web-based word processor, spreadsheet program, and a presentation program respectively, all part of an office suite offered by Google within its Google Drive service. It was formerly a storage service as well, but has since been replaced by Google Drive. It allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating with other users live.
Passpack Pro is an excellent password manager with a competitive collection of features that will encourage you to pick up better security practices with stronger logins and passwords. Passpack Pro differentiates itself with collaborative features that allow you to share secure login methods with family and coworkers. To get up and running, download the Passpack toolbar to your internet browser and surf the web as you normally would. When you log into protected sites, Passpack saves your information. You don't have to manually enter your username and password on your next visit to that site.
Google Keep is a note taking application developed by Google. Google Keep has several features including color coding notes, inserting images, creating lists, geo-fencing, shareable notes, and search by color. Users can set time or location-based reminders for notes.
The tutorials and how-tos of these apps can be found on these links:
Google Keep: Google Keep Help