Everyday web designers and developers rely heavily on applications to do their job – a job that is always changing and evolving. This means that there’s always a need for new applications, but with so many apps being released, finding what you need can be an overwhelming task. Thankfully there are websites and blogs out there that find the best apps to make your job easier. Here are 12 that you are guaranteed to find useful for finding new apps.
App Sheriff is a relatively new blog, but is already full of useful reviews and information on the latest apps.
WebAppers is a blog dedicated to share top quality open source resources for web developer and web designer daily.
CreativeApplications.Net is your daily dose of inspiring apps for Mac, PC and iPhone.
Web.AppStorm reviews all the top apps and utilities that can help you work smarter and communicate more effectively. They also round up the better options into convenient lists for you.
Webware believes the future of applications is online delivery and access, and their goal is to tell you about all the best web apps as they are launched.
Lovely pages is a web applications & services directory focused on a minimalist style.
AppStorm brings you not just reviews of great (and not so great) Mac apps, but we also round them up into categorized lists, give you how-to tips and tricks to get more out of them, and combine it with a healthy dose of Mac related news.
W3Avenue in an online blog/publication that provides information on apps and resources for rapid web development.
Useful Tools is a well organized blog that lists useful apps complete with ratings by category.
MakeUseOf is a blog that features cool apps as well as computer tips and downloads that make you more productive.
Web Resources Depot i a consistent source for finding new apps and other useful resources for web designers and developers.
The Museum of Modern Betas has been around since 2004. They showcase brand new web apps, but even if you don’t find something useful here it is fun to look through all of the betas.