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1-click Install Web Apps

Chose from FREE 450+ 1-click install web apps

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A web application or web app is a client–server computer program which the user runs in a web browser. Actually, we are using web apps all the time when we are checking out Email online or go to the Banking site to look at our transactions. Millions of small businesses use the Internet as a cost-effective communications channel. It lets them exchange information with their target market and make fast, secure transactions using E-commerce web apps. They allow users to interact with the company using online forms, content management systems, shopping carts and more.
In other areas the applications allow YOUsers to create documents, share information, collaborate on projects, and work on common documents regardless of location or device. This is pretty cool considering that all applications are absolutely free and you’ll need to buy only your Domain and Web Hosting Plan which gives you not only the option to chose from 450+ 1-click install apps but also to have Professional Email and Your Own Website!
ITsecura gives you the option to Demo some of the most popular web apps and discover a new world of great possibilities; from E-commerce and Customer Relation Management to Content Management System, blogs and Social Networks. You even can run your own YouTube and share your videos without any limitations!



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What are the steps to install Web Apps with ITsecura Hosting account

1. Choose your Domain (skip this step if you want to transfer your domain or already have one registered)
2. Chose your Web Hosting Plan
3. Log into your cPanel account
4 Type in the top search field “Softaculous” and click on “Softaculous Apps Installer”
5. Find the Web Apps you want to install, click “Install Now”, create your “User Name” and “Password” with which you’ll log in into your Web App later, hit “Install”. Done!
6. After installation follow provided administrative URL and log in with your credentials. Enjoy!

Where can I look at the list of all available Web Apps?

You can check the list of all 450+ FREE 1-click install Web Apps HERE

What is a Web App?

A web application is any computer program that performs a specific function by using a web browser as its client. The application can be as simple as a message board or a contact form on a website or as complex as a word processor or a multi-player mobile gaming app that you download to your phone.

What Is a Client?

The “client” is used in client-server environment to refer to the program the person uses to run the application. A client-server environment is one in which multiple computers share information such as entering information into a database. The “client” is the application used to enter the information, and the ‘server’ is the application used to store the information.

How Long Have Web Applications Been Around?

Web applications have been around since before the World Wide Web gained mainstream popularity. For example, Larry Wall developed Perl, a popular server-side scripting language, in 1987. That was seven years before the internet really started gaining popularity outside of academic and technology circles.
The first mainstream web applications were relatively simple, but the late 90s saw a push toward more complex web applications. Nowadays, millions of Americans use web application to file their income taxes online, perform online banking tasks, stay in touch with friends and loved ones and so much more.

What Are the Benefits of Using Web Applications?

A web application relieves the developer of the responsibility of building a client for a specific type of computer or a specific operating system, so anyone can use the application along as they have internet access. Since the client runs in a web browser, the user could be using an IBM-compatible or a Mac. They can be running Windows XP or Windows Vista. They can even be using Internet Explorer or Firefox, though some applications require a specific Web browser.