One App to Rule Them All
Easy-to-use web apps that help you manage all your photos, email accounts, social networks and more…
Cloud storage services limit the free space available to users, so you may be using multiple accounts for your needs. Otixo brings them all under one URL for easier management.
Supports Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, SkyDrive, SugarSync, Picasa, Ubuntu One, OwnCloud, Amazon S3, Facebook, Huddle and FTP servers.
Allows users to rename, delete, download and upload files, as well as copy-paste files and folders from one cloud storage to other. ‘Preview’ feature lets you open a file to view it, usually using Google Docs. However, there are no editing options. Can create custom links to share a file or folder with your friends or open to the public. Searches all your cloud drives from one place – an extremely handy feature. Free plan includes 2GB of bandwidth usage per month. Unlimited usage for $4.99 per month.
Are your photos scattered all across the internet on different image-hosting services and social networks? Try Everpix, a solution that allows you to view all your pictures in a single place. Supports Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Picasa, Email and iOS devices. It even works for the pictures you are tagged in Facebook, and not just the ones you upload. Automatically arranges images by year or service. Allows users to download photos, share them, or apply basic edits like rotating the picture. Can create custom albums to share, while keeping other albums and photos private. The only downside? It’s a paid service, costing $4.99 a month or $40 a year. But there’s a one-month trial period, so give it a go and see if it’s worth your money.
There’s no shortage of web apps to access all your social networks from one place, but we particularly like GrabInbox for its simple interface and no-nonsense functionality. Supports unlimited Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn accounts and Facebook Pages. Clean interface. Sidebar lets you toggle between different services, as well as displays updates and notifications for messages or mentions. Allows users to schedule messages to be sent at a later date, as well as cross-post the update to all accounts. Supports analytics for your social networks, such as the number of retweets a particular update has received.
Pulse redefines the experience of reading news by aggregating articles from different publications, and presenting them in an easy-to-browse design. Supports myriad news websites, including Indian resources, and can import RSS feeds from anywhere. Also supports Tumblrs, Facebook pages and Flickr groups, all available through its built-in search. Creates a beautiful mosaic of photos and headlines which is a pleasure to browse. Readymade bouquets of sites available based on your interests. Allows you to make your own groups. For example, you can make a section for India news by using the ‘add content’ button to append your favourite sites. Works on any browser, as well as on iOS, Android and Kindle devices.
How do you talk to your Facebook friends, GTalk pals and Skype buddies at the same time? Meet IMO.im, a one-stop shop for all your instant messaging needs.
Supports MSN, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, Facebook, AIM, ICQ, Jabber, Hyves, VKontakte and Steam. But requires Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn login initially.
All your contacts show up in a sidebar, while the main chat window lets you open as many conversations as you want, each with its own tab.
Allows you to send files, initiate audio or video calls, check history or play games with your friends.
Lets you create conference rooms and add friends from different networks into it; in effect creating crossnetwork group chat.
Comes with its own social network to let you make new friends and broadcast your thoughts.
Alternion aggregates everything – emails, contacts, photos, social networks. and even online videos. Perhaps the best ‘universal inbox’, it supports Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook/Hotmail, and any other IMAP or POP service. Allows for a unified inbox, as well as the ability to check each email account individually. However, it doesn’t support threaded conversations so each email appears separately and not as a chain. Smartly brings in contacts from different social networks to create a unified address book. Lets users access direct messages from Twitter. Currently supports over 220 services, including Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Flickr, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. ‘Photos’ and ‘Videos’ tabs aggregate content from all the accounts you connect. News Feed brings in all the updates from your social networks. Search function allows you to look up anything across your accounts instantly.
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