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Top Five Favorite (not most used) Web Apps:

  1. Gmail
  2. Google+
  3. If-This-Then-That
  4. Google Calendar
  5. Google Reader Feedly

10h
comment Is it pobssible to detect if a web app is selling emails to spammers?
This really isn't answerable, because there's nothing in the web app that would give away whether your email address is for sale. That's all very much behind the scenes and beyond the ken of this site.
2d
comment Changing my Google+ profile page to open on About tab instead of Posts
Please note that we're not Google support. Please read our help center. From what I've seen you won't be able to change your custom G+ URL.
Jul
11
comment Utorrent won't load my torrent
This question appears to be off-topic because it is not about a web application.
Jul
9
comment default gmail account
Possibly related: webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/57273/…
Jul
6
comment Cognito Forms: weebly bug and payments feature
This question appears to be off-topic because it is a customer support question.
Jul
6
comment Twitter Account still logged in friends phone
Change your password.
Jul
6
comment Can I Use Google Play Store's Applications Infromation On My Website?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about the legality of copying information from a web site.
Jul
5
comment How do I reference a cell string to use as a note in another cell?
@Paul: Comments are temporary. You should edit your post to include that information in your question.
Jul
5
comment Why is Facebook saying I'm active if I'm not?
Sounds possibly like it's an issue with the phone app, so is off-topic here. The best thing you can do is to ensure that you're logged off everywhere. In the Android app, at least, you're not logged off unless you specifically do so. I don't know what Facebook's definition of "active" is, but I'll bet that your phone polling in the middle of the night for new content counts.
Jul
5
comment Letter from John Wesley White to Franklin Graham
The "Wayback Machine" at archive.org might be helpful.
Jul
4
comment What is the name of the icon for Google Map street view?
I am the peg man. Koo-koo-ka-choo.
Jul
4
comment Hide sections, pages or text boxes in a Google Drive Document
And the reason there's no answer is probably because it can't (currently) be done.
Jul
4
comment Hide sections, pages or text boxes in a Google Drive Document
Please don't create a duplicate question. Bring attention to the existing one instead, by posting a bounty and/or spreading it on social media.
Jul
3
comment Gmail marks legitimate mail as spam
I don't think that this is the right place for this question. It seems that Webmasters would have been better.
Jun
29
comment Youtube URL parameter - &Feature=[ParameterHere]
You might want to have a look at our help center. These sites work best when questions have (the possibility for) a single, correct answer.
Jun
29
comment Search more efficiently for videos containing specific people?
Is this a question about YouTube, or web search in general? If the latter, it's probably too broad.
Jun
29
comment Youtube URL parameter - &Feature=[ParameterHere]
Please limit yourself to one question per question post. Of course, your first two questions are really rather opinion-oriented and really aren't a good fit here.
Jun
29
comment How to contact Yahoo to get information fixed
Even worse, from what I can see in their Yahoo Local help, you can't report errors unless you're the business owner. The general public can't report errors. Maybe that's your ticket: "Claim" the business and have them call your number to verify. Of course, if it's already claimed you should contact the business and get them to change it. I wish I had better suggestions for you, because that sucks.
Jun
27
comment Google Spreadsheets—Adding a title to cell number 0?
No, you can't do that. Spreadsheets have always been like this. Certainly Microsoft Excel does.
Jun
27
comment Most links don't directly retrieve me to the android App
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about an Android app.