Today’s Featured Android Apps @ What’s On My PC

November 9, 2019


Today’s Android Apps: 

A Facebook alternative (Swipe for Facebook) – lightweight, highly customizable, and battery friendly, with a strict “no tracking” policy to ensure your privacy is secured; Watch 100+ live TV channels (Pluto TV) and 1000’s of movies and TV shows on-demand, all streaming free; An art drawing game (Paint by Number) to color modern artworks with coloring by numbers…

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Google Drawings – A FREE Web-Based Tool for Creating and Editing Images

There are many good “web-based” applications out there that do not get the credit they deserve. Google Drawings is one of those applications. I have tried many, many “web-based” applications for creating and editing images and I keep going back to Google Drawings.

Google Drawings is like the black sheep of the Google Docs family. It is there and no one sees it. What most people don’t know is that an image you create, with Google Drawings, can be embedded into Google Docs. Google Drawings has all of those hidden powers of a graphic editor, an image editor or a publisher. As a matter of fact, some of the tools, using the layers, remind me of MS-Publisher. I have used Google Docs to create images and backgrounds for blogging, cards, flowcharts, Facebook, etc…

The best way I found to learn how to use Google Drawings is to simply visit the site, start a new blank drawing and start exploring the various menus and start creating an abstract drawing or graphic. If you have some experience with graphic editors, a lot of what you see will make sense.

I am also finding that if you google templates for google drawings, you will find a boatload of templates for many purposes (or use Bing to do the same).

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Photopea – A Perfect (online) Alternative To Photoshop Or Gimp.

This is a great online web alternative to Photoshop or Gimp… If you own a Chromebook, Photopea may be the image editor you are looking for.

Photopea is an advanced image editor, which can work with both raster and vector graphics. You can use it for simple tasks, such as resizing images, as well as complex tasks, such as designing webpages, creating illustrations, processing photographs and more.

Open and edit PSD, XCF, Sketch (Photoshop, Gimp and Sketch) or any other image files. Inspect PSD and Sketch files. Convert Sketch to PSD. Apply photo effects and filters. A perfect alternative to Photoshop or Gimp.

Source: Photopea | Online Photo Editor


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Artweaver Free v7.0.1 – FREE Image Editor

at The Portable Freeware Collection

Artweaver is an image editor that tries to simulate natural brush tools eg. chalk, charcoal, pencils. It supports common image formats such as BMP, GIF, JPEG, PCX, TGA, TIFF, PNG and PSD, in addition to its own format (AWD). Image editing functions includes selection, gradient, crop, fill, transparency, layers, effects (sharpen, blur, emboss, mosaic etc.).

Source: Artweaver Free – The Portable Freeware Collection


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Photopea | FREE Online Image Editor

A FREE online image editor that you may want to take a look at (especially, if you are a Chromebook user)…

Open and edit PSD, XCF, Sketch (Photoshop, Gimp and Sketch) or any other image files. Inspect PSD and Sketch files. Convert Sketch to PSD. Apply photo effects and filters. A perfect alternative to Photoshop or Gimp.

Source: Photopea | Online Image Editor

PicPick – An all-in-one (FREE) program that provides full-featured screen capture, image editor, color picker, color palette, pixel ruler, protractor, crosshair and even whiteboard…

Noticed a new version of PicPick on their site and thought I would give another shout-out for this program. This program is very good, is free and serves as an all-in-one program that provides full-featured screen capture, image editor, color picker, color palette, pixel ruler, protractor, crosshair and even whiteboard…  PicPick is available as a Windows install or portable app.

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SOURCE: PicPick by NGWIN

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week #17-012

Here on this roundup of Geek Squeaks’ you will find the most pirated movies; 13 apps for your smartphone, made to get your butt out of the bed; how to hide (or delete) those annoying Facebook “so called” friends; a new image editor that is  available as a portable app; how to protect your company from email fraud with tips from the FBI; and the TOP TEN best sellers in routers.


Geek Squeaks’ of the Week 17-012

Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week on BitTorrent – The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. ‘John Wick: Chapter 2′ tops the chart this week, followed by ‘Logan’. ‘The Boss Baby’ completes the top three… READ MORE


13 Alarm Clock Apps That Will Get Your Butt Out of Bed – Amid this collection for iOS () and Android (), whether phone or tablet-sized, features can vary wildly. But they all tell the time and get your ass out of bed in the morning. Or after a nap. Some do it gently, some do it harshly, some do it with new-age special effects, and some make you work to wake. Whatever you’re needs, you’ll find them here, all for free… READ MORE

13 Alarm Clock Apps That Will Get Your Butt Out of Bed


How to Hide (or Delete) Your Most Annoying Facebook Friends – Want to break up with one of your Facebook friends? You can unfollow, block, or unfriend that person. Let’s look at all the options… READ MORE

How to Hide (or Unfollow) Your Most Annoying Facebook Friends


Draw, paint and optimize your pictures with NPS Image Editor – NPS Image Editor is an unusual freeware tool which aims to provide the simplicity of Microsoft Paint with far more functionality, including custom brushes, filters and transparency control… READ MORE

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QLED vs. OLED: What’s the Difference? – In the world of visually stunning displays, OLED is the gold standard, but Samsung’s QLED technology is looking to challenge this supremacy… READ MORE


Building a Digital Defense with an Email Fortress – Businesses Beware—Fraudsters want to cash in on digital data, and your vulnerable e-mail account can give them the keys to the kingdom. One of the biggest dangers lurking in your in-box is a version of a phishing scheme.

In this case, the fraudster sends you what appears to be a legitimate e-mail. He may have hacked someone else’s e-mail account to get to you, or he may have “spoofed” an e-mail address making it look real… READ MORE


TOP TEN
Best Sellers In Routers

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