Name: Picmonkey En Espanol
File size: 24 MB
Date added: November 19, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1521
Downloads last week: 71
Product ranking: ★★★★★
Picmonkey En Espanol

Picmonkey En Espanol

What’s new in this version: * v1.03 – Squashing bugs!* Login or register to sync your Picmonkey En Espanol between your phone and!* Ban songs and artists* New visuals!* Access your channel history* Personalized channel recommendations.
Picmonkey En Espanol comes as a ZIP file but installs and uninstalls cleanly.
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RSS feeds provide users with the ability to easily follow Web Picmonkey En Espanol sources. One of the most popular RSS feed readers is Google’s Reader program. Picmonkey En Espanol for Mac is a freeware RSS reader that works exclusively with Google’s program. After the installation completes, the application opens to a rather basic but Picmonkey En Espanol menu. The menu does lack any graphics akin to modern programs, but its buttons and options are easily identified. After taking the user’s Google sign-in information, the application displays the feeds in a large window. The left side contains subfolders to restrict the stories by category, which is a welcome feature on an RSS reader application. The program does function well, but brings up little text from the linked story. However, the application’s exclusive link to Google Reader is unfortunate since Google recently announced it will end Reader later this year–meaning the application will not be usable in the near future.