February 20, 2018
Now this is a pretty cool find by ILoveFreeSoftware… Remember WinAmp? Well here is an online version.
Winamp2-js is a free online Winamp music player. It is the web hosted version of the legendary music player Winamp. The look and feel of this player is like the classical Winamp and you can open multiple songs in it from your PC and play them. You can operate it in the same way that you used to operate Winamp… READ MORE
Source: Free Online Winamp Music Player
January 18, 2018
For my Chromebook was looking for a graphic design program and stumbled across Desygner which is an online web app that you use in your web browser. So far, very impressed with what I can do with Desygner. I especially like the idea I can search for and use images that are 100% royalty free and can also use Google search to find images, as well.
Desygner is a free graphic design software with hundreds of ready-made beautiful templates which can easily be tweaked, shared and printed in minutes. Design online and create your own stunning designs from your computer, tablet or phone. Become a Desygner today, and start creating social media posts, header images, banner ads, business documents, marketing materials, and more.
Source: Desygner | Design online from your computer, tablet or phone
August 6, 2017
Noticed on one of my favorite websites, ilovefreesoftware, that they have an article posted up titled, “Free Online Baby Names Generator Websites”.
Names generators are excellent resources not only for your baby; but, for helping with the naming of a cat, dog, turtle, hamster, etc… — LOL. My cat’s name, “Emma Faith Clementine Pumpernickel Boo Boo Robinette”, was not a product of one of these names generator’s, but any of the seven below may have been helpful at the time. I encourage you to visit the site, “ILoveFreeSoftware” where they post daily, a comparative mix and analysis of FREE software products, websites, etc…
Best Little Baby
Baby Name Wizard
Baby Name Genie
SOURCE: ilovefreesoftware – Free Online Baby Names Generator Websites
July 16, 2017
This is sort of a repost of two things that go hand-in-hand… I recently posted the article, “How To Use A Gmail Account To Create Your Own Customized Note-Taking App“; AND ALSO, back in December posted the article, “FireShot – Google Chrome Extension to Take Screenshots“.
My project of customizing and using a Gmail account solely as a note taking app is working better than I ever anticipated and better than the other note-taking apps I was using (such as Evernote, OneNote, and Simplenote). I don’t see me going back to anything else. Just too many benefits with using the Gmail platform…
One benefit that I am taking advantage of is the FREE version of the Fireshot browser extension which allows you to capture an entire web page, the visible part of a page or a specific part of a page (that you can select). Where the benefit to me with this is that Fireshot has an option where you can use Gmail to send whatever it is that you clipped (in the PDF, PNG or JPEG formats). I prefer the PDF format due that after the conversion is made, the links in the captured page are active. Many of the other note taking apps have browser extensions that allow you to clip web site text, pictures, pages, etc… I can now do the same (and better) by using Fireshot to email web content to my Gmail Note Taking account. Fireshot is available as an extension for Firefox, Chrome, Opera or IE.
SOURCES: Fireshot and How To Use A Gmail Account To Create Your Own Customized Note-Taking App
June 28, 2016
I love Evernote; however, after I read this at the Android Authority, I may be going back to OneNote (or some other option)…
Early this morning, the lead devs of Evernote rose from their slumber. They stretched, yawned, looked around and then said to themselves, “You know what? We’ve almost never pissed anybody off. Let’s go ahead and get that squared away, shall we?” And so it came to pass that Evernote decided to increase the prices of both their Plus and Premium plans while at the same time heavily handicapping Basic users to encourage them to subscribe… READ MORE @ Android Authority
May 30, 2016
We all envision the day that we can watch TV online without jumping through a bunch of hoops and give us the same ease of use that we are accustomed to when watching TV at home. USTVnow is an online service that is as close to this vision as it gets; that includes all major terrestrial stations that an American citizen or resident would normally receive. The FREE version gives you LIVE streaming access to stations such as ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, NBC, PBS, and My9 in high resolution for 45 days. After the 45 days, it drops to low resolution. You have the option to upgrade to a paid plan, which includes the aforementioned networks; PLUS, additional top cable TV channels. I tried USTVnow; and, at high resolution, you cannot beat it. I haven’t experienced it at low resolution yet. After I discovered USTVnow, which has been streaming live TV on or before 2012, I was wondering How Is This Legal? Anyhow, thought I would share this with you and let you decide…
May 16, 2016
Multcloud is a web based app where you can bring together multiple cloud drives into one place (such as Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, MEGA, SugarSync, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3 as well as FTP, WebDav, etc.). I use Multcloud to quickly manage my cloud drives to access and transfer my files from one service to another. Today I was informed by AOMEI Technology that MultCloud was upgraded to include a NEW Google Chrome App.
For home based personal account users, the FREE version of Multcloud is awesome when compared to other similar services.
You get (for FREE):
- Access To the Online File Manager
- Cross-File Transfer Capabilities
- Unlimited Cloud Drive Quantity
- A Data Transfer Cap of <10TB
- General Transfer Speeds (which is sufficient for personal use)
If you need more, MultCloud offers a premium service that, in my opinion, cannot be beat.