Posts Tagged ‘Web apps’

PlayAppleMusic.com is a new web app that allows the playing of Apple Music content from the comfort of a web browser, with users simply needing to log in to get access to their music.

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Users of the the browser-based versions of WhatsApp and Telegram have unknowingly been at risk to hacking after a security research firm uncovered a flaw that could have been used to take control of entire accounts.

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Snapdrop is a free, browser-based cross-platform alternative to AirDrop that lets you transfer files between your computer and mobile devices over WiFi. This is how it works.

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If you happen to be the owner of a touch-screen tablet like the iPad or something similar, and also a big fan of Microsoft’s Office suite of programs, then you probably live under an umbrella of disappointment and are aware of the fact that the Redmond software giants don’t offer any native Office apps for the iPad. There’s been talk of the iPad App Store receiving some official apps from Microsoft, but up until now nothing has come to fruition, leaving some users extremely disappointed and having to look for alternative solutions to satisfy their need to create and edit documents on the go.

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Well it doesn’t get much more morbid than this, does it? TechCrunch Disrupt winner PassMyWill is a new web service which promises to work out when you are longer with this world, and then to take care of all your online passwords and data.

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While primary attention is still being given to desktop apps, we are slowly and steadily seeing focus shift to powerful web apps thanks to the advancement of web browsers and technologies like HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. This is evidenced by OS-level projects like Chrome OS and Joli OS as well as products like Mozilla Prism or the built-in feature on Internet Explorer 9 & Google Chrome which allows users to integrate web applications with the desktop.

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