Computers were supposed to make our lives easier, right? But they have added more complexity to it. Managing a computer properly is an art in itself. And all the information overload makes it very hard to stay on top of everything.
In this post, I am going to show you 10 great web apps and services that can make life easy for you. You can also have a look at 10 Google Chrome Apps Which Can Enhance Your Productivity .
5+ Web Apps to Make Life Easier:
CloudMagic is a service that “magically finds anything when you need it the most“.
It is basically your personal Google. Lightning fast search for anything related to you. Once you grant it access to your online identities and services like Facebook, Google, Twitter, Evernote etc., it will allow you to find anything in any service. Simple and fast!
Evernote is a simple note taking service that lets you capture anything, anywhere.
One of the biggest appeals of Evernote is that it is everywhere. Windows 8 App, Windows Native App, OS X app, Android app, iOS app, a special iPad app, everyone’s covered!
You can access your notes from any device easily and share them by making them public.
Cubby is a simple cloud storage that is much better than other players out there.
It lets you share any file or folder without changing the storage structure on your hard disk. You get to keep your files the way they are and Cubby automatically syncs them.
The mobile apps allow you to get these anywhere you want easily.
Pulse is a great news reading app that allows you to stay on top of all the news.
You can read all your stories easily on your phone, tablet or browser. You can save stories for later and send them to Pocket or Readability. Sharing is also available within the app.
Readability is a great service that lets you easily read any article in a clean way.
All the ads, strange fonts and unnecessary elements are stripped off and you are left with content. You can save articles for later too.
Diigo is hard to sum up in one sentence. It is a web highlighter, sticky note taker, online bookmarking and annotation tool and a personal learning network.
It is quite easy to use and can be accessed from any platform via browser. Mobile support is not so good for now but it gets the job done.
Duck Duck Go
Duck Duck Go is an alternative search engine that is focused on privacy.
If you feel uneasy by the amount of data that Google has on you and do not like automatic filtering of results, this is a search engine for you.
They do not collect any information about you and keep you and your clicks anonymous.
These are 7 web apps that make it easy for you to be online and manage all the stuff. Do you have any suggestions?