Whether you use Google Chrome or not, you're most certainly familiar with web-apps -- functional sites that you can use in lieu of the apps in your dock. Chrome has made these sites particularly handy by making them easily accessible through your Chrome home screen and easily searchable through the Google Web Store. And, as with any other app store, there are lots of amazing apps in the Google Web Store, and some that are just plain worthless. Here's a round up of the best Chrome apps for Mac users.
Web applications have exploded onto the scene. From web-based word processors available online through services like Google Docs and Office 365, to full-fledged video games like Angry Birds made available in Google Chrome, there's plenty of evidence that the online world is expanding to more than just web browsing. But some users don't want to be stuck inside their browsers. For these people, Automator lets you easily create a fully customizable native application on your Mac based around your favorite web apps.