Here’s a list of 13 Web Apps you might not know about and could help you in your online endeavors. Have fun. 🙂
1. VLC Media Player
VLC Media Player is a highly portable multimedia player and multimedia framework capable of reading most audio and video formats (MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, DivX, MPEG-1, mp3, ogg, aac …) as well as DVDs, Audio CDs VCDs, and various streaming protocols.
Boxee is designed for your TV. To get Boxee on your TV you’ll need to first connect your computer to the TV screen. You’ll most likely need a DVI/VGA to HDMI cable.
3. The Cloud Player
The Cloud Player is a web-based music player that allows you to…
- Find and play all tracks from SoundCloud
- Save playlists to your Google account
- Make smart playlists based on genre
- Share your playlists with your friends
- Collaborate in making playlists
Netvibes is a free web site that lets you personalize your web experience. Take everything that matters to you while online — newspapers, blogs, weather, email, search, videos, photos, social networks, podcasts, widgets, games and funny applications — then bring them together in one single page, your personalized page. Make this page automatically update every time you open it. That’s what netvibes does. And it does so much more.
Cheese uses your webcam to take photos and videos, applies fancy special effects and lets you share the fun with others.
Songbird is an open-source customizable music player that’s under active development.
Wolfram|Alpha is a systematic computational knowledge engine. Wolfram|Alpha allows you to input free-form natural language which then produces very interesting dynamic results. Iz cool.
8. Phoenix Image Editor
Aviary.com’s Phoenix is an online image editor…
From basic image retouching to complex effects, Phoenix delivers the key features of a desktop image editor with the simplicity and accessibility of a web-based application.
9. Sumo Paint
Sumo Paint is a thriving online art community. The primary purpose of the community is to create, share, remix, explore, comment, rate and fave the artwork of its members.
Geany is a small and lightweight Integrated Development Environment. It was developed to provide a small and fast IDE.
Some basic features of Geany include:
- Syntax highlighting
- Code folding
- Symbol name auto-completion
- Construct completion/snippets
- Auto-closing of XML and HTML tags
- Call tipsMany supported filetypes including C, Java, PHP, HTML, Python, Perl, Pascal and more
- Symbol lists
- Code navigation
- Build system to compile and execute your code
- Simple project management
- Plugin interface (see Plugins)
Notely is a collection of online tools designed to help all you crazy busy students out there to organize your hectic lives. Whether you’re in University, College or High School, Notely has the tools to help you get organised and achieve better grades.
eyeos is a web desktop. All you need is a browser. The desktop is in the browser with access to many web apps. Very cool.
eyeos provides functionality for personal use, developers, education, and public administrations like public library networks and other public environments.
MindMeister is an online mind mapping tool. MindMeister brings the concept of mind mapping to the web, using its facilities for real-time collaboration to allow truly global brainstorming sessions.