we ran a reader poll, asking for your votes on the top Web products of the year. Thousands of you voted for up to 10 products, from a list of 100 selected by the ReadWriteWeb authors over December.This week
The poll has now closed and we're pleased to present the ReadWriteWeb community's Top 10 Web Products of 2009.
Here is the final top 10:
2. Google Chrome
3. Google Maps
6. iPhone platform
7. Google Apps
8. Adobe AIR
So there you have it, Twitter was the best product of 2009 according to ReadWriteWeb readers! Relatedly, Twitter desktop client TweetDeck made the list at #10.
Google had 3 products in the top 3: Chrome (#2), Maps (#3) and Google Apps (#7). This more than justifies their selection by our editors as Best BigCo of 2009.
Honorable Mentions, #11-25
The following products missed out on the final top 10, but they were all popular picks among our community. Many of them are startup products, so they can be proud to say they're among the top 25 products of 2009 according to our readers. In alphabetical order:
- Android platform
- DropBox (note: DropBox was missing from the original top 100, but we're including in the top 25 due to the number of comment-votes it received on the original post)
- Facebook iPhone app
- Google Voice
- Open Calais
- Wolfram Alpha
That's it, the culmination of our Best Products 2009 series. Hope you all enjoyed it and we look forward to another year of innovation in web technology in 2010!