Try out “FlexClip” a new powerful online video maker to develop quality videos for any purpose…

Some key features of FlexClip:

  • All online; no software to download.
  • Easy & free to use.
  • Choose from a wide range of high-resolution photos, video footages, and music.
  • A clean storyboard allows everyone to trim video, insert text, add music, and record screen with a few clicks.
  • Export videos in different aspect ratios and resolutions including 1080p, 720p, and 480p.

Source: FlexClip – Free Online Video Maker

Play Solitaire In Your Web Browser at Full Screen with No Distractions

of Klondike Solitaire games available on the internet that you can play in your browser; but, it is hard to find one that is ad free, until now. You need to check out, Solitaire Online.

Online Solitaire

Solitaire Online is one of the nicest looking Solitaire games I’ve come across that can be played full screen in your browser without any ads glaring nearby.

Game Features:

Unlimited undo option (‘CTRL’ + ‘Z’ option for Computer Geeks).

Retry function that allows you to start new game with same cards at start.

Auto move cards by double clicking them or single RMB click. – Animated gameplay with on/off option.

You can play offline. – Different themes, backgrounds and card backs to choose from.

Klondike Solitaire for 1 and 3 card draws and Spider (1 suit, 2 and 4 suits).

Auto flip cars on/off option.

Support two language options: English, Polish.

Cut The Cord For Philo? You tell me…

Here at “What’s On My PC”, I have been looking over the online TV services. One service you may want to look at is “Philo“. If you can live without the news and sports, for $20 a month (can cancel anytime) and stream up to 3 devices, Philo is a very reasonable cost effective option; OR, could combo this with another service to patch in the news, sports, etc… You tell me. Is Philo a good option?

Source: Welcome to Philo

Raindrop.io – All In One Bookmarks and Collections Manager

There are many options to store your bookmarks; but, Raindrop.io has to be best. Here at “What’s On My PC” I have been focused on finding something to store collections of things I am specifically focused on. For example, I may be looking at a collection of Android apps to post about on the blog. Typically, I could create a folder in my bookmark manager, label it Android apps, and just bookmark it; BUT, I wanted something that had a more modern visual appeal to it that would allow me to customize it to my liking.

I think I found what I have been looking for with Raindrop.io… It allows me to store my regular bookmarks; has the option to create collections; has modern visual features; has mobile platform options; has browser extensions; and, it allows me to customize the appearance. What more could I want?


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Use Flipboard To Collect The Things That Matter To You

I have been in a mode looking at web apps (with mobile sharing support) that will allow me to create collections of things (from the web). For example, I visit Amazon a lot looking for tech products, and often focus on specific items. As a result, I needed a means to collect what I am specifically looking for into specific collections, categories or titles. There are many applications out there to do this, BUT it dawned on me there is one app that can do this easily (with its’ excellent web browser extension and mobile app support) and it is Flipboard.

Flipboard has been around awhile and is probably one of the most attractive, and most popular applications out there. It is typically used by people as a news app where the news topics are created into a magazine like interface. As a matter of fact, each news topic is created in a magazine (or category) of its’ own that you can add to. The one feature that dawned on me is that you can create your own magazines (or topics or categories). For example, I was looking for hiking boots. I created a magazine called hiking boots and when I came across something of interest (using the Flipboard browser extension) I would add that interest to the hiking boots magazine (or category). I can add my own description or note and even share the magazine publicly (or just keep it private). What is really cool about this is that once you do this, the end result of your findings is presented in a really beautiful type of interface, like what you would actually see in a magazine. The biggest problem I ran into, after saving stuff to Flipboard, was finding where Flipboard was saving “my stuff” or my magazines. To get to “your stuff”, look under your profile where “your stuff” or magazines are presented in a very nice interface.

In summary, with Flipboard you can:

  • Read stories from the best publishers – Find your favorite publishers like the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, the Washington Post, Axios, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone and thousands more.
  • Curate your perspective – Collect stories around specific themes and add them to personal magazines
  • Stay informed – Keep up with the latest news with breaking news alerts and go in depth into the issues that matter to you
  • Dive deep into your passions – Discover personalized stories that interest you

Source: Flipboard


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