We have for you a new list of web apps that will make your life less complicated. Easy to use and more practical, the web apps come in handy more than a CD software that you need to install and will take time. With this thought in mind, we give you a few web apps that caught our attention lately.
We’ll power through with a web app useful for web developers and for those who are passionate about photography. Photoshop lets you use the program without paying or downloading the very expensive software. Even more, it gives you 2 GB of space to save your projects.
In order not to change the registry so abrupt, we present to you iResize app. Taking into account the fact that today, quality pictures come with more and more megapixels, such an app, easy to use and free is more than welcomed. Resizing images will make it easier to send them via e-mail or post them on social networks.
If you wish to change the format of an image, audio or video file, document, archive, Zamzar can do it for you, for free, so long as the file is not bigger than 100 MB (otherwise the service will require payment). After the conversion is done you’ll receive a link where you can download the file in the required format.
An app that is mainly addressed to women, TastyPlanner is truly helpful when it comes to cooking. Besides a large number of recipes, the app allows the user to create and save it, create a meal calendar and a grocery list that can be printed or seen on iPhone.
The last web app we present today is meant to help you keep in shape and healthy. Oobafit is both the nutritionist and gym coach you don’t have the time or resources to see, in one interesting app. When you first sign in you choose your goal (lose weight, invigorate muscles, etc) and then you specify the area you wish to work on. Oobafit then generates a plan of exercises and meals with the help of which you will reach your goal.