Top 100 Web2.0
Top 100 Sites
In the Web 2.0 World
Rankings based on “rate of increase in popularity” on social bookmarking sites.
A social utility that connects people, to keep up with friends, upload photos, share links and videos.
YouTube is a way to get your videos to the people who matter to you. Upload, tag and share your videos worldwide.
Free online file conversion.
A personalized start page, with user-defined modules such as calendar, bookmarks, notes, mail readers, RSS feeds etc
A social networking website offering an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music and videos internationally.
Technology weblog about consumer electronics, gadget tips and reviews.
Free web-based encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
In-browser instant messaging program that supports multiple IM services.
An internet radio and music community website and social music platform. Uses a “love it or hate it” system to build a detailed profile of each user’s musical taste.
A social bookmarks manager. Using bookmarklets, you can add bookmarks to your list and categorize them..
Digg is a place for people to discover and share content from anywhere on the web. From the biggest online destinations to the most obscure blog.
Discover new music based on your mood, this free webradio lets you browse music styles and epochs.
|13. File Hippo
Contains freeware, demo and shareware programs to download in several categories. Also features latest updates and most popular downloads..
|14. Remember The Milk
Online to-do list and task manager.
Internet search engine for searching blogs. Also provides popularity indexes.
Video entertainment site, similar to YouTube, but uses its unique “VideoRank” system to serve the best and funniest videos.
Social networking service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected using instant messaging, SMS or a web interface.
Free, weblog publishing system, now owned by Google.
Provides image and video hosting for auctions, live journals, blogs, message boards, personal websites and online photo albums.
|20. Google Docs
Free web-based word processor, spreadsheet and presentation application, which allows you share and collaborate online.
Website where users can post links to content on the web. Votes promote stories to the front page.
Photo sharing website and online community. It was one of the earliest Web 2.0 applications.
MP3s, podcasts and audio channels.
Weebly is a free web creation site. It uses a widget style format, allowing users to create pages with only a few clicks.
Social networking, micro-blogging and lifestreaming service comparable to Twitter.
Internet search engine for video and audio content. Video search engine differs by using speech recognition to listen to the audio component of the video content.
|27. Hi 5
Social networking website, similar to MySpace.
Free Web-based email service. Large amount of storage, with search-oriented interface and a unique ‘conversation view’ similar to an internet forum.
Online “sticky notes” for storing and sharing phone numbers, addresses, birthdays, and other useful bits of information.
Next-generation site for building virtual worlds and games.
|31. My Yahoo!
Yahoo’s personalized start page service. Users can put together all sorts of widgets on one page that update throughout the day.
Create, customize, and share your own social network.
Web browser plugin that allows users to discover and rate webpages, photos, videos, and news articles.
|34. Yahoo Widgets
Yahoo’s software application that lets people run all sorts of widgets on their computer desktops.
|35. Google Reader
Google Reader lets you read and share news feeds from all over the Web.
Personalized Internet start page, with all sorts of widgets that update throughout the day.
Internet start page that you can custom tailor with all sorts of widgets and news feeds.
Web desktop full of widgets and news feeds. Users can save and share their desktops with others.
Web desktop with several productivity and entertainment applications.
Free service for all your journaling and blogging needs, offering photo storage, publishing tools and online communities.
|41. Google Maps
Find places and get directions.
One of the first services to enable people to exhange money online.
|43. Google Calendar
A free web-based calendar.
A little bit like Wikipedia, that lets site owners add wiki elements to their sites and brand them to match.
Lets you put together a live broadcasting network, combining live video broadcasting via a Webcam with live IRC chat.
A wide range of medical articles and diagnosis utilities.
Interesting, bizarre and amusing news stories, divided into categories.
Virtual desktop that lets you store files and collaborate with others online.
Art creators can post their works for others to see and interact with, be it a photograph, written word, or digital creation.
Service that pulls information from different reference sites to provide answers to your questions.