PicLens for Upgrading your Web Experience
First of all, I got really stunned by the 3D experience in using the PicLens. You are brought into a 3D interface where a stack of images and videos are displayed together for viewing. Scrolling in the PicLens is a great experience. When scrolling, the stack moves sideways like this picture below:
when you stop scrolling, it slows down and comes align with the screen:
The best thing I enjoy using Piclens is that it supports YoutTube Browsing, while the IP administrator in my office proudly says to them selves “ho..ho..ho.. NO MORE YOUTUBE BROWSING FOR YOU GUYS AT OFFICE HOURS!! HAR!HAR!HARGH!..” Using Piclens enables you to bypass the protected keyword by your office admins for accessing http://www.youtube.com website. Maybe because PicLens does not enter directly to the youtube.com site, so we can say that we all outsmarted the enoying admins and “Let The Videos Roll!!”
Don’t hesitate, and just try it for yourself!
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