Web 1.0 - That is the “readable” phrase of the www (World Wide Web) with regular data. According to Web 1.0, there is only limited interaction between sites and web users. There the Web 1.0 is simply an information portal where users passively receive information without being given the opportunity to post reviews, comments, and feedback.
Web 2.0 - This is the “User's input/writable” phrase of the www (World Wide Web) with interactive data. If we compare Web 1.0 to Web 2.0, then we find that Web 2.0 allows users to interact with web sites and sites, so it allows users to communicate more freely with each other. Into the Web 2.0 promote participation, participation, and information sharing. These are some examples of Web 2.0 applications like YouTube, Wiki, Flickr, Facebook, and so on.
Web 3.0 - This is the “executable” phrase of www (World Wide Web) with dynamic applications, interactive services, and “machine-to-machine” interaction. According to Web 3.0 is a semantic web which refers to the future. Into the Web 3.0, these computers can decode information like humans and intelligently generate and distribute useful content tailored to the needs of users. A single example of Web 3.0 is TiVo, a digital video recorder. This is a recording program can search the web and read what it finds to you based on your preferences.