Microsoft’s office suite:
The age old ‘Microsoft Office’ is the first one on our list. The application has been around for more than 25 years now and is one of the most popular applications. The application was released as a combination of Word, Excell and PowerPoint. The application underwent a lot of upgrades and changes during the 25 years reign. The recent inception of the smart phone and its popularity among the users has paved way for the application to go mobile. The downsized version of the computer application has justified the original application to a lot of extent.
Gmail Mobile Application:-
The use of mobile phones has increased hugely and are dominating the market in the recent years. The popularity of the smart phones has caused a lot of companies to create mobile applications to keep their existence and dominance in the e-world.
The e-mail has officially been a communication tool in almost all offices for years now. All the employees in offices use e-mails for communication. In this case how could Google stay behind in this race? Google launched its Gmail application for smartphones. The application serves the original purpose exactly as it is meant to be. It has actually made receiving e-mails on the go possible.
YouTube is one of the most popular websites on the internet with over 3.25 billion total number of hours of video watched on YouTube each month. YouTube has not only provided entertainment but lessons and also became a platform to become popular amongst the youth. It has been more than a decade now and YouTube is still going strong on the internet.
Not only staying a website but YouTube is now available on the play store as a mobile application as well. The application made YouTube video streaming on the go possible. Now you can also save your favorite YouTube videos for later viewing purposes.
Vanquishing its earlier competitors Facebook rose to power. Since then it has taken over the internet by storm. Everybody knows Facebook, this has to be one of the most widely used website across the globe. Facebook has over 1.79 billion monthly active users. After the inception of smart phones, Facebook was also made available in the application format. The application provides all the features that the website offers in computer mode. Facebook is also one of the most popular application you will find in every smart phone along with YouTube and Gmail.
The acrobat reader was also one of the popular apps that went mobile. Acrobat released its reader application in 2010. The application made it possible to save and read long pdf files easy and on the go. It supports viewing, printing and annotating of PDF files i.e. portable document format files. There are a lot more features on the application which you can check out on the Google’s play store.
Google maps is a web mapping service initiated by Google in 2005. The service has been around for more than a decade now and has been one of the most popular web tool. Google maps first started as a C++ program by brothers Lars and Jens Eilstrup Rasmussen which was later acquired by Google. INC. Google introduces a lot more modules to the maps service like Google Moon, Google Mars, Google sky, Google Ride Finder, Google My Maps and a lot more. The Application is also available for Android and other OS. The application does justice to the original application.
Got a question? Want to seek knowledge? Want data for your project? Well Wikipedia is your answer. Wikipedia has been helping students and knowledge seekers for the past 15 years. Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia that also allows user to add and edit articles and information. Currently, the English Wikipedia includes 5,298,012 articles and it averages 800 new articles per day. The Wikipedia application for Android has about 10 million downloads on Google’s play store.